January 19, 2018 – As part of the project to repair and rehabilitate the Burritts Rapids Swing Bridge the bridge is now scheduled to close on January 31, 2018, weather permitting. At that time the contractor will be removing the bridge from site and transporting it to an area shop in order to undertake the needed repairs. A further update will be shared with the community closer to January 31st in order to confirm the date of the closure.
Rideau Valley Conservation Authority - January 12, 2018 – With unusually warm temperatures melting much of the snow cover, water levels are rising throughout the Rideau watershed bringing on unstable ice conditions.
Kemptville, ON (January 2, 2018) – Choice Hotels Canada, Canada’s largest hotel franchisor, today announced the development of a new build Comfort Inn & Suites in Kemptville, Ontario.
December 22, 2017 – The project to repair and rehabilitate the Burritts Rapids Swing Bridge is underway and area residents can expect to begin seeing additional activity at site in the coming weeks. On December 27th and 28th there will be intermittent closures during the day as the contractor will be taking measurements of the bridge, its components, and the abutments.
The Spectator Entertainment Guide features upcoming events at the North Grenville Municipal Centre. Click below to view or download the January/February edition!
Our Live, Explore and Play brochure provides residents with information regarding municipal recreation programs and other helpful municipal information; events and activities at the North Grenville Public Library; and information regarding local (not-for-profit) sports and special interest organizations.
Municipality of North Grenville Water Pollution Control Plant and Sanitary Pump Station Optimization and Expansion Class Environmental Assessment Update
The Municipality of North Grenville has initiated a Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) Update to evaluate alternatives to optimize and expand the Municipality’s Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) and Bridge Street Sanitary Pumping Station.
In response to the articles published in this week’s edition of the North Grenville Times regarding Kemptville Campus, I wish to advise residents of North Grenville that it was not my intention to suggest that no representation had been sent to the Province or that letter(s) to that affect did not exist. Rather, and from the Municipality’s perspective, it was important to reassure residents of North Grenville that the agreement in principle announced by Minister Leal and I was, and continues to be, intact.