Township Meetings and Community Events Calendar
The Events Calendar displays all meetings and events in the Township.
Hover your mouse over a day to see events, and click on a day to reveal event details below the calendar.
Meeting agendas will appear in the event details when they are available
Switch between the calendar and list view, and filter events using the dropdown menu to browse events and event details as you desire.
A complete archive of Council Agendas and Minutes can be accessed on the Council Minutes and Agendas page, and archives for Township committees and task forces can be accessed on the Committtees / Task Forces page.
The Bulletin Board lists items that are relavant over longer durations and/or are continually important for public reference.
These listings, and the information within, are generally changed infrequently.
Seasonal items may be re-occurring as relavant, such as general winter snow plough notices.
Photo Wall and Gallery
The Photo Wall is just a glimpse of some of the great photos in our North Frontenac Photo Gallery.
The photos on the Photo Wall, and in the background of the website (seen only on desktop and tablet computers), are changed to match the Summer and Winter seasons.
Follow the large orange link at the bottom of the Photo Wall to view the Photo Gallery and see our complete collection of photos from throughout the township and community.
We welcome everyone to submit their outstanding photos for us to include into the gallery.
Simply email your photos and a description to [email protected]
North Frontenac Community Resource
North and Central Frontenac Recreation and Activity Guide
North and Central Frontenac Area Seniors Health and Fitness Guide
MNR Fire Smart Manual
MNR Fire Smart Landscaping
DFO Shoreline Protection Guide
Four Seasons, More Reasons...
Due to the higher than normal spring run-off, several Roads / Lanes in the Township are flooded. Use your discretion and travel at a reduced speed. Please slow down and drive with caution. In case of an emergency call 9-1-1. Roads Department (613) 479-2374.
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WHEREAS seniors have contributed and continue to contribute immensely to the life and vibrancy of this community;
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Due to the higher than normal spring run-off, several Roads / Lanes in the Township are flooded.
Use your discretion and travel at a reduced speed.
Please slow down and drive with caution.
In case of an emergency call 9-1-1
Roads Department...Continue Reading
Welcome to Our New Website
Get started by viewing the See What's New page.
Browse around and get familiar with the new layout and new content, including maps, visualizations, document archives and more.
The Help page offers several video demonstrating the various features.
It is likely that over the next few weeks we will be making minor adjustments. If you spot any errors or problems please let us know by completing the feedback form on the Feedback page.
Mississippi Valley Conservation
Visit the Mississippi Valley Conservation website for Advisories and Warnings, and further information about the MVC's initiatives.
Visit the Quinte Conservation website for Advisories and Warnings, and further information about the QC's initiatives.
Adopt A Highway
The Township of North Frontenac's Adopt - A - Highway Program has been established as a public service program for participants to enhance the local litter collection activities of the municipality by picking litter along a municipal highway / road rights-of-way.
Scent Free Zones
Because some people may be negatively affected by certain scents, the municipal office and all municipal buildings, excluding community halls, are designated as scent free zones.
Current Wildlife Concerns
Ticks are known to carry Lyme Disease, and they are present in Southern Ontario. Read more info from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care website.
White Nose Syndrome is a virus affecting a large number of bats in Ontario. It appears as a white fungus around the noses of bats. Read more info from the Ministry of Natural Resources website.
The Emerald Ash Borer is a highly destructive insect that attacks and kills ash trees. Read more info from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency website.
Protecting the Lakes from Invasive Species
The OPP's current policy for all OPP Marine Operators and watercraft:
"Marine members are reminded that any OPP vessels should be cleaned with a 10% household bleach solution (1 part bleach to 9 parts water) when removed from a lake containing invasive species before being launched into another lake.
Any water in the bilge should be drained back into the lake before transport to another area.
Any weeds or other vegetation should be removed from the trailer and out drive before transport commences to any other location."
More info at OPP.ca
Your Civic Address
It is important that to keep proper sight lines to your blue civic address sign, and obstruction-free access to your property, so that in the event of an emergency your property can be readily located and accessed by emergency services.
Civic addresses are purchased at a rate of $100 ($40 for replacements). After the township installs a civic address sign, it is no longer the property of the township, and it becomes the responsibility of the property owner to maintain and replace in the event of a missing or damaged sign.
Particularly in winter, it is important to keep your sign visible and your driveway clear.
Be aware of your civic address number and street name. Always make sure all occupants and visiting guests are aware of this address as well.
Your Water Well
Use it, maintain it or abandon it
When it comes to wells the best policy is "use it, maintain it, or abandon it". Why? Because an old, unused or improperly maintained well can be a direct path for contaminants to reach your source of drinking water or your neighbours'.
In eastern Ontario, we have many unused wells dotting the countryside. These old wells are a threat to our health and safety. Besides the risk to our drinking water supply and groundwater, unused wells also pose a physical hazard to people and animals.
Well water protection begins at home. Old wells must be properly abandoned; plugged and sealed in a process called decommissioning. Just filling the well with debris or stones does not create a proper seal and will not prevent the flow of contaminated runoff or surface water into the well and from there into our groundwater supplies.
In fact, in Ontario, wells that are not used or maintained for future use, are legally required by the Ministry of the Environment to be decommissioned by the well owner. So, if you have an old well on your property that won't be used again, you must have it properly sealed as soon as possible. If you have a well that you're not using now, but might use in the future, you must maintain it like any other working well. Protecting our groundwater is everyone's responsibility.
Each well and its surroundings are unique. A licensed well contractor will know the proper method of decommissioning your old well. Work on wells in Ontario must be carried out by a licensed well technician/well contractor licensed under the Ontario Water Resources Act.
There are many excellent sources of information available about wells. For information on best practices for protecting your well visit www.wellwise.ca or the Ontario Groundwater Association at www.ogwa.ca.
Grants are available to assist landowners located near sources of municipal drinking water with the cost of well decommissioning. To find out about these grants or to learn more about wells and groundwater protection efforts in your area, visit your local source protection group.
Links for More Information
Algonquin First Nations Land Claim Negotiations
Information about all the land claims can be acquired at www.ontario.ca/landclaims. For information about the Algonquin Land Claim go to http://www.ontario.ca/aboriginal/algonquin-land-claim. Please contact Shelly Dumouchel if you have further questions.
Shelly Dumouchel, Program and Community Liaison Assistant, (613) 732-8081
This map shows Proposed Settlement Lands in North Frontenac as part of the Draft Algonquin Land Claim Descriptive Plan. Click on a parcel to find more info including a link to a detailed report.
Canada's Economic Action Plan
Read more information about the Economic Action Plan on the Canada's Economic Action Plan website
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