Environment Canada has issued a winter storm warning for our region. The Department of Public Works has reviewed the warning and declared a significant weather event for the Municipality of North Grenville.
As part of the consultation process, two discussion forums have been established to enable residents to gain insight into the budgeting process and fully understand the current revenue and expenditure picture for the Municipality.
The Skate & Helmet Lending Library at the North Grenville Municipal Centre is expanding, thanks to a generous sponsorship by Canadian Tire Kemptville. Twenty new helmets and twenty-four pairs of skates are being added to support increased demand for this important program.
Kristin Strackerjan, a candidate in the 2018 North Grenville Municipal election, has accepted an appointment to the role of Councillor following the resignation of Councillor Craig McCormick.
Following a competitive Request for Proposal process, the Municipality of North Grenville is pleased to announce that local firm Catered Affairs has been awarded a long-term lease for the Kemptville Campus cafeteria.
Hydro One will be conducting forestry operations on the Oxford Mills F1,2,3 distribution line in 2019.
North Grenville, ON – With the legalization of cannabis in October, the Smoke Free Ontario Act was changed to include new regulations regarding vaping and cannabis, in addition to tobacco. The new regulations touch on multiple public spaces including Municipally-owned sporting and recreational facilities such as playgrounds, sports fields and the Municipal Centre.
Below are some highlights from the regular Municipality of North Grenville Council Meeting held on Monday, January 14, 2019: