Municipal Communication to Residents

Mayor Ted Lojko

Support Services

How Can We Help you? - GanStayatHome – GanSew - GanVolunteers

  • GanStayatHome is set up to help residents who are self-quarantined due to age or compromised immunity or who have recently traveled out of Canada, a Gananoque phone line and email address has been made available to establish a coordinated service.  
  • Call 613 382-2149 ext.1128 or email
  • GanSews is looking for volunteers to assist in sewing face masks and protective gowns. There is also a requirement to cut material for the masks and gowns and to deliver the completed products. If you can cut, sew or donate, call 613 382-2149 ext.1128 or email You will be put in touch with the local group in charge of this product.
  • GanVolunteers can register with the Town by sending their name and telephone number to or by calling 613-382-2149, extension 1128.  Please clearly leave your name, telephone number and that you wish to be a volunteer, you will be contacted within 24hrs

United Way Leeds & Grenville launches COVID Vaccination Transportation Program

United Way Leeds & Grenville (UWLG) is pleased to announce, in coordination with Lanark Leeds & Grenville Health Unit, a program that will assist residents of Leeds & Grenville (without available transportation) to get to the Vaccination Centres to receive their COVID-19 Vaccination. Details below.

UWLG Media Release - COVID Transportation Program - April 15 2021

CPHC Gananoque Community Family Health Team 

Food Bank

Call for Volunteers -

Brush, Yard Waste, and Garbage Collection

Fire Department

Chief Howard is reminding residents, while you are at home please ensure that your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms are in working order. Practice your fire escape plan!

  • Fire Pit Permit applications and inspections may be delayed.

Please reach out to your local fire department with any questions.

Gananoque Fire Service - 613-382-3334

Gananoque Fire Service - Outdoor Fireplace Regulations


Parks, Recreation, and Marina

  • Municipal Parks, Trails, Dog Park and Playgrounds remain open for the public to walk, however, the public must use precautions including social-distancing
    and no gathering.
  • Municipal Amenities such as the skateboard park, BMX park, soccer field, baseball diamonds, picnic areas and picnic tables are closed and not to be used.
  • Municipal Marina has been deemed a non-essential service as declared by the Province and is therefore closed until further notice. For marina inquiries or questions please contact 613-382-2149 ext.1414.
  • Boat Launches remain open as per Provincial Regulations.


  • Utility bills will be mailed out in late April.
  • You can pay your bill at your bank, through online banking, by cheque through the mail, or by joining a pre-authorized payment plan.
  • For further information email Traci at