April 18, 2018 – The snow and ice accumulation over the last several days raises the possibility of flooding in parts of the Rideau system as warmer conditions arrive on Friday.
April 18, 2018 – Parks Canada's project to repair the historic Burritts Rapids Swing Bridge is progressing well. The bridge was partially disassembled and moved to a shop in Merrickville for repairs. As part of these repairs the steel components will be sandblasted, reshaped, and repainted. Similarly, repairs will also be done on the mechanical components of the bridge. It is currently anticipated that these repairs will be complete and that the bridge will be ready to return to Burritts Rapids at the end of April.
The Municipality of North Grenville and the North Grenville Chamber of Commerce are excited to announce that they have partnered to host the first annual North Grenville Breakfast Banquet. The Banquet will be held on May 18, 2018 from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the North Grenville Municipal Centre. This event will replace the annual Economic Development Appreciation Breakfast hosted by the Municipality in previous years.
Are you interested in running for Municipal Council? Do you have questions about what being a Councillor involves or how to run an election campaign? The answer to these questions and many more will be provided at a free information session on Thursday, April 26 at 6:00 p.m. at the North Grenville Municipal Centre (285 County Road 44).
The North Grenville Civic Awards Advisory Committee is seeking nominations for outstanding individuals and groups who volunteer in service to our citizens and community to be honoured with a 2018 Civic Award.
The Municipality of North Grenville is now accepting applications for the Rideau-Sanders-Prescott Community Improvement Plan (CIP) Façade, Landscape and Signage Grant Program.
Our Live, Explore and PLAY brochure provides residents with information regarding municipal recreation programs, other helpful municipal information, and information regarding local sports and special interest organizations.
KEMPTVILLE — A plume of steam rises above Kemptville’s Agroforestry Educational Centre, a sure-fire indicator the formerly idled maple facility is back in operation and welcoming the public after four years in mothballs.