September 25, 2019
Transportation Master Plan available for Public Comment
The Municipality of North Grenville has completed a Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and Commuter Cycling Plan, and invites the public to provide feedback. The plans were developed to establish strategic direction to meet the long-term development needs of the transportation network as North Grenville accommodates mobility for future growth.
The Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of North Grenville intends to consider passing a by-law to remove the 'h" Holding symbol from the zoning on the lands described below at a special Council Meeting in Meeting Room 2 on Floor 2 on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. at the North Grenville Municipal Centre (285 County Road 44).
La cérémonie de lever du drapeau franco-ontarien / Raising of the Franco-Ontarian Flag
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Le mercredi 25 septembre 2019 à 11h00, une cérémonie de levée du drapeau franco-ontarien aura lieu au Centre municipal de North Grenville, au 285, route 44, à Kemptville, en Ontario.
For Immediate Release Friday, September 20, 2019
Task Force on Affordable Housing – Interim Report presented
The Task Force on Affordable Housing identified and put forward 17 recommendations in its Interim Report and will present its final report to the Committee of the Whole in February 2020. The Task Force was created to examine the current state of affordable rental housing and home ownership, identify gaps and opportunities and identify actions the Municipality can take to increase options and access to affordable housing.
Concerning a proposed zoning by-law amendment application for a portion of 382 Townline Road (application #ZBA-03-19)
Committee of Adjustment received an application (A-08-19).
North Grenville Council is holding a Water Rate Discussion Forum on Wednesday, September 25 beginning at 6:30 pm at the Municipal Centre. This is part of a series of monthly Discussion Forums that North Grenville’s Municipal Council is convening to hear directly from residents on issues that affect them.
In June, the North Grenville Police Services Board (PSB) launched the 2019 Community Survey to gather input from the public to help identify local priorities for the delivery of police services in the Municipality. However, after 6 weeks, the survey received less than 250 responses which is not enough to be considered statistically significant.