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NORTH GRENVILLE – This year marks the 25th anniversary of North Grenville as an amalgamated Municipality. Born out of the infamous ice storm of 1998 when the historic Oxford-on-Rideau Township, Town of Kemptville and Township of South Gower were merged through the Province of Ontario to create the Municipality of North Grenville.
NORTH GRENVILLE - The North Grenville Public Library is excited to announce the addition of new outdoor equipment available for loan. Thanks to the 2022 ParticipACTION prize money, the Library has been able to purchase Bocce ball sets, pickleball sets, tennis rackets and balls, KanJam kits and even a metal detector.
The Dennison Bridge will be closed to traffic from August 28th until its completion on October 20th, 2023. The bridge is located on Dennison Road just South of County Road 18 and North of the train tracks.
A detour will be put in place for the duration of the work and will utilize County Road 18, to Bedell Road, and back to Dennison Road. (Please refer to map below).
North Grenville – Mayor Peckford and Council, along with a small number of senior staff, joined more than 2,400 participants at the Association of Municipalities of Ontario's 2023 AMO Conference at RBC Place London and the DoubleTree by Hilton in London, Ontario from August 20 to 23.
North Grenville, August 21, – Mayor Peckford and Council, along with senior staff will join more than 2,000 participants at the Association of Municipalities of Ontario's 2023 AMO Conference at RBC Place London and the DoubleTree by Hilton in London, Ontario August 20 to 23.
A Message from the North Grenville Police Services Board
NORTH GRENVILLE – As families prepare for students to go back to school, the North Grenville Police Services Board is reminding everyone to be safe as they travel to and from school – whether it be by active travel (walk or bike), car or by bus.
Public Notice: The North Grenville Municipal flags have been lowered to mark the passing of Honourable James K. Bartleman, who served as the 27th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario from 2002 to 2007.
North Grenville’s Council has appointed Karen Dunlop as its new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Her appointment is effective today.
NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – Earlier today, ParticipACTION announced that the Municipality of North Grenville has been crowned Ontario’s Most Active Community as part of the 2023 Community Challenge. This is the second year in a row North Grenville has won the provincial title, following being crowned as Canada’s most active community in 2021.