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Posted Tuesday, October 19, 2021

LogoNOTICE WATER CONSUMERS The fourth instalment of the 2021 water, sewer and refuse collection billing is due October 29th, 2021. A 1.25% penalty is imposed monthly on overdue accounts. ================================================== AVIS CONSOMMATEURS D'EAU Le troisième versement du compte d'eau, d'égout et de déchets pour 2021 est payable le 29 octobre, 2021. Une pénalité de 1.25% est imposée chaque mois sur les paiements tardifs. Les Jones T...

Posted Monday, October 18, 2021

overnight parkingPublic Notice OVERNIGHT PARKING ON MUNICIPAL STREETS November 1, 2021 to April 30, 2022 Pursuant to By-Law 88-54 overnight parking is prohibited on municipal streets from November 1st to April 30th, 1:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. of any year. A municipal street is deemed to include the full sixty-six (66) foot right-of-way which runs from the front lot line on one side of the street to the front lot line on the opposite side of the street. Township work crews would appreciate you observing the fol...

Posted Thursday, October 14, 2021

cemeteryNOTICE: Cemetery Clean Up The Township of Chapleau will conduct a fall cleaning of the municipal cemeteries on or after October 22, 2021 and dispose of all lot decorations in accordance with the Cemetery By-Law. Lot decorations include all structures, ornaments, candles, or other embellishments with the exception of headstones, monuments and markers. Please ensure all items of value are collected prior to this date. RAPPEL: Nettoyage des cimetières Le canton de Chapleau pr...

Posted Friday, September 17, 2021

splashPadPlease note the splash pad will be closed for the winter season effective Tuesdayday September 21, 2021. Réjean Raymond, CIT, CGT Director of Leisure and Cultural Services Township of Chapleau 20 Pine Street, P.O. Box 129 Chapleau, ON P0M 1K0

Posted Thursday, September 16, 2021

bearFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/ POUR DIFFUSION IMMÉDIATE Bear Sightings/ Présence d’ours September 16th, 2021 – Chapleau, ON - The Township of Chapleau is asking residents to be aware of bear sightings and take the necessary steps to avoid attracting them. Bears will take advantage of easy food sources such as garbage, bird food, odours from barbecues and ripe fruit left on trees or the ground. Removing these attractants can help keep bears out of the area. The Township wishes to advise the c...

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