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Taylor Rd. Bridge CLOSED effective immediately

SOUTH DUNDAS – Effective July 26, 2021, Taylor Road Bridge will close to all traffic due to severe structural damage. The decision comes after a recent inspection from Keystone Bridge Management Corp. found the main bridge structure failing in key areas. During the 2021 Budget deliberations South Dundas Council moved forward with the biannual OSIM […]

Sod-turning marks construction of Morrisburg roundabout

MORRISBURG, Ontario – Local dignitaries officially marked the creation of the new $4.9-million Morrisburg roundabout at a Thursday sod-turning event amidst all of the construction. The roundabout and its associated streetscaping components will ease traffic congestion at the South Dundas hub, while improving aesthetics at the busy intersection of County Roads 31 and 2. Coco […]

Increased Availability of COVID-19 Vaccines through July and August

The Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU) is informing the public that there are many COVID-19 vaccines available at its clinics throughout the remainder of July and August. Individuals who need their 1st or 2nd dose can get their vaccine by booking an appointment through the Provincial booking system, attending a walk-in clinic (no appointment needed), […]

Individuals Booked for a Second Dose on or After August 28 Must Reschedule to an Earlier Date

The Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU) is informing the public that mass COVID-19 vaccination clinics are expected to conclude by August 27th, 2021. As a result, over 16,000 individuals will need to bump up their second dose appointments. Thanks to ample vaccine supply and accelerated second dose appointments for all individuals aged 12 years and […]

Ontario Moving to Step Three of Roadmap to Reopen on July 16

TORONTO — With key public health and health care indicators continuing to improve and the provincewide vaccination rate surpassing the targets outlined in the province’s Roadmap to Reopen, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health the Ontario government is moving the province into Step Three of the Roadmap to Reopen at 12:01 a.m. […]

Iroquois Beach Reopened

PUBLIC NOTICE | Iroquois Beach Please note the Iroquois public beach advisory is lifted as of July 9, 2021. Bacterial water analysis revealed bacterial levels were within recommended limits established by the Ministry of Health.   Swimming lessons will resume in Iroquois starting July 12. Head to our website to sign up for the next […]

Level I Low Water Condition Maintained for South Nation River Watershed

Despite the rain received in the month of June, South Nation Conservation’s (SNC) Water Response Team upheld a Level 1 Low Water Condition for its entire watershed in Eastern Ontario on June 30, 2021. Due to a drier than usual spring and the lack of precipitation, conditions in the South Nation River Watershed meet the […]

Attention those needing a 1st dose vaccine at youth 12 to 17

Individuals Without a first Dose Appointment and Local Youth 12 to 17 Years Old Can Receive Their COVID-19 Vaccine at EOHU Vaccination Clinics Without an Appointment The Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU) is pleased to announce that individuals who have not yet received their 1st dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and local youth 12 to 17 […]

Water Rates are changing for Morrisburg & Iroquois users

On July 1, 2021 the water rate will increase by $7.50/per month ($42.82/month for a typical residential unit and small commercial user) and the water capital levy will increase by $0.23/m3 ($1.03/m3 for all users). These rates were approved at the June 14, 2021 Special Council Meeting where Council also approved the 2021 Water/Wastewater Budgets. Read the budget here: 2021 Water […]

Statement from Mayor Steven Byvelds

The Municipality is expressing our sincerest sympathies and sadness at the devastating news of the discovery of 751 unmarked graves at a cemetery near the former Marieval Indian Residential School in Saskatchewan. This heartbreaking news, so soon after the remains of 215 Indigenous children in British Columbia were found, is a reminder to reinforce our […]

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