Beginning Tuesday, June 16, 2020, the Municipal Centre will again be open to the public with new hours (9:00 am – 4:00 pm). This decision is in response to the latest announcement by Premier Ford giving our region the green light to move into Stage 2 of the Province’s reopening plan.
“We are looking forward to offering in-person services again at the Municipal Centre, via temporary kiosks in the main lobby,” said Mayor Nancy Peckford. “Staff are working to ensure the health and safety of the public and employees. It will be a time of transition for everyone, so we ask for the community’s patience. Our number one priority as we gradually reopen is to continue to limit the spread of the virus”.
Residents will be greeted via temporary kiosks in the Main Lobby. Visitors are asked to follow the markers to maintain a 2-metre distance and wait outside until their turn. Given the new temporary set up, we are limiting the number of people inside to 1 person at a time. We appreciate your continued patience and co-operation during this time.
Residents and businesses can continue to access Municipal services by phone, email and online.
The Municipality is also in the process of reviewing the new guidelines and restrictions regarding opening recreational facilities including the outdoor pool. More information will be provided in the coming weeks.
For more information visit www.northgrenville.ca/coronavirus.
Payment Options (Property Tax and Water/Sewer Bills):
Residents can continue to pay their Property Tax and Water and Sewer bills with personal cheques sent by mail or dropped off in the locked mailbox outside the main entrance of the North Grenville Municipal Centre (285 CR44). Payments can be paid at most banks or via internet or telephone banking. Credit card payments are accepted through online services on our website www.northgrenville.ca.
Payments will also be accepted in person at the Municipal Centre.
If you are inquiring about water meter sales or utility bill clarification, please call 613-258-9569 ext. 159 or email email@example.com.
Permits, Dog licenses and bag tags:
Residents are encouraged to purchase burn permits and dog licenses online. Bag tags can be purchased online and at registered vendors (list of vendors available on www.northgrenville.ca). Payments will also be accepted in person at the Municipal Centre.
Building and Planning:
Permit applications are available on the Municipal website and can be filed digitally by e-mail or a hard copy dropped off in the locked mailbox outside the main entrance of the North Grenville Municipal Centre (285 CR44). Inquiries and consultation can be made by phone, e-mail or by appointment. Call or e-mail to book an on-site inspection.
Public meetings for Planning applications continue to be held online via www.northgrenville.ca.
Marriage licenses and Commissioner of Oath: Available by appointment.
For the most up-to-date guidelines for the use of North Grenville Recreational Amenities, visit www.northgrenville.ca/coronavirus
The North Grenville Fire Hall remains closed to the public at this time.
Residents with a by-law inquiry or complaint can call 613-258-9569 ext 206, email firstname.lastname@example.org or register a complaint using the online form at www.northgrenville.ca.
Health Unit well water sample bottles: Not currently available at the Municipal Centre.