The residents of the Town of Gananoque are hereby notified that the Provincial Government has adopted Ontario Regulation 194/14 which requires all building owners to install carbon monoxide alarms. For further details please see the attached Communique issued by the Fire Marshal's Office..
The Public Works and Public Utilities Department will be repairing two valves at the intersection of William Street North and Forsyth Street. William Street North will be closed to local traffic only from Georgiana Street to Forsyth Street. We ask residents to avoid this area during the construction. It is anticipated the repairs will take a couple days to complete. Thank you for your ongoing support and patience.
BRUSH AND LUMBER WILL BE PICKED UP THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 27th TO 31st Please ensure lumber is no longer than six foot lengths and placed at the curb by 7:00 A.M. on October 27th. Lumber must be “clean” as in non-painted and non- treated. Materials put out after this time will be subject to by-law enforcement.
Leaves and yard waste are not to be put at the edge of the street or alley until the days specified for each ward.
FALL CLEANUP LEAVES and YARD WASTE
For us to provide an equal cost effective and efficient service to all Town Residents, we ask that you place leaves and yard waste at the edge of the street or alley NO LATER THAN 7:00 A.M. on the DATE BELOW for each ward.
ALL LEAVES MUST BE IN BIODEGRADEABLE BAGS NO LOOSE LEAVES WILL BE PICKED UP
- West Ward (all west of the King Street Bridge) - November 3rd
- South Ward (all south of King Street & east of the King Street Bridge) - November 10th
- North Ward (all north of King Street & east of the King Street Bridge) - November 17th
In order to maintain the efficiency of the above schedule, each street and alley will be picked up ONLY ONCE during the above mentioned schedule. Materials that are put out after this time will be subject to by-law enforcement.
The works yard will remain open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8-noon until November 29th.
This service is for RESIDENTS ONLY.
No contractors or construction materials allowed
Town staff will be repairing a watermain break in the 100 block of Pine Street today. Residents are asked to avoid the area. Thank you for your continued support!
The Utilities Division would like to notify their customers they are currently in the process of flushing watermains. If you experience discoloured water during the flushing, we recommend you run your tap for 5 minutes or until it runs clear. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact our office at 382-2149 extension 1611.
The office of the Accessibility Dicrectorate of Ontario have given notice that they are seeking nominations for an Accessibility Champion for the David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility. For further details please visit their site at http://www.citizenship.gov.on.ca/english/citizenship/honours/onley.shtml.