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Monthly SnapShot - April 2024

Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2024 02:44 PM

Office Closure - Easter 2024

Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2024 09:28 AM

The Township of Amaranth Municipal Office will be closed from Friday, March 29th, 2024 to Monday, April 1st, 2024 and will resume regular operating hours Tuesday, April 2nd at 8:30am.

Council and staff would like to wish residents a very happy and safe Easter weekend.

Public Notice - Sunday Gun Hunting

Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2024 09:20 AM

Council of The Township of Amaranth has supported Sunday Gun Hunting within the Township. 

This will not be formally implemented or allowed until the Provincial Regulation has been officially updated.

Council of the Township of Amaranth recognizes that hunting in Ontario is regulated by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and individual municipalities may decide to permit Sunday gun hunting. Council has notified the Ministry of the support and authorization of Sunday Gun Hunt within...

Yard Waste Collection Begins April 2024

Posted on Thursday, March 21, 2024 09:24 AM

Yard waste season begins in April!

Collection for Yard Waste Week A: Orangeville & Yard Waste Rural areas begins the week of April 1st.

Residents in Rural areas must call GFL at 1-888-941-3345 ext. 1 one week in advance to be added to the collection list.

Yard Waste Week B: Urban areas of Grand Valley, Shelburne and rural subdivisions begins the week of April 8th.

Place yard waste at the curb by Monday at 7AM of your scheduled week to ensure collection. Collection of yard waste starts at the...

Credit Valley Conservation Water Safety Statement - March 8, 2024

Posted on Friday, March 08, 2024 01:54 PM

Environment Canada and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry’s (MNRF) Surface Water Monitoring Centre (SWMC) is forecasting significant rainfall for Friday through Saturday with amounts ranging from 20 to 40mm or higher.
Flooding along the Credit River or its major tributaries is not expected. However, near saturated soil conditions and the anticipated significant rainfalls may cause some low lying areas to experience higher flows and water levels. As a result, local streams and rivers...

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