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Public Notices

The Township of Armour strives to generate relevant and timely news information that relates to the public. For more information, please select any of the links in the menu.

COUNCIL & CORPORATE NOTICES

  
Pickerel & Jack Lake Bridge Replacement  Detour Map
Federal Election All Candidates Meeting  September 17, 2019
Blue Sky Net  Take the Internet Speed Test
Health Unit Public Beach Water Testing
Roads Department  2019 Road Construction Projects
Thanksgiving Day  October 14, 2019
Federal Election  October 21, 2019
   
Cannabis Provisions  By-law #32-2018
Cannabis Retail Sales By-law #22-2019
Cannabis Legalization  Ontario Legislation Information
  Federal Legislation Information 
Almaguin Highlands OPP  2017-2019 Action Plan
Armour Township History Book  Making the Past Visible 

                                                  
  
               

FINANCE DEPARTMENT

Refusal of RBC Internet Payments - Effective April 15, 2018
Preauthorized Payment Plan Application

       

LANDFILL & RECYCLING

2019 Summer Flyer       
2019 Landfill Pass       
Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays        
Clear Bags - Frequently Asked Questions

 

PLANNING DEPARTMENT

Public Meeting:  Minor Variance Application - 576 Doe Lake Peninsula - September 24, 2019 @ 6:30 pm
Public Meeting:  Rezoning Application - Lot 14, Con 10 - September 24, 2019 @ 6:45 pm

               

ROADS DEPARTMENT

Load Restrictions on Township Bridges
Proudfoot Bridge Weight Restriction  
              
           

ARMOUR, RYERSON, BURK'S FALLS AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

Agricultural Society Website                 
                

COMMUNITY BUS

If you're planning a holiday party and need a safe ride home for your guests, please consider hiring the Burk's Falls and Community Bus.  It will cover the area from South River to Novar and from Magnetawan to Kearney.  Please contact Lisa at 705-382-1870 for booking.

FIRE DEPARTMENT        

Fire Rating - No Daytime Burning Permitted April 1 to October 31      
Prohibited Use Notice - Propane Fired Outdoor Gas Fire Pit 
Open Air Burning Explanation & FAQ - May 2016                   

                                              
                                                  

Open Air Burning and Incinerators, including burn barrels with 3/8” mesh as lid allowed starting at 6pm and completely out by 10am.
Only environmentally friendly products may be burned.
Camp Fires are allowed for cooking and warmth at anytime       

NO FIREWORKS
NO OPEN BURNING
NO INCINERATORS

With the rating being at high you may still have an enclosed fire, surrounded of stone, brick or metal that is not bigger than 2 feet.
Burning Must be after 6pm, supervised with appropriate tools and water supply and only for the purpose of heating and cooking.
All fire must be completely out by 10 a.m.
 
CAUTION MUST BE USED as conditions are dry with little rain in the forecast. 
            

DAYTIME BURNING IS NOT PERMITTED FROM APRIL 1 TO OCTOBER 31
    
       
         

KATRINE COMMUNITY CENTRE

Katrine Community Centre Facebook Page

               

        

PROVINCIAL & FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES 

FLOOD FORECASTING

MNRF Flood Forecasting and Warning Program - Parry Sound District            
North Bay Mattawa Conservation Authority - Flood Forecasting and Updates

FOREST FIRES

Forest Fire Updates & Interactive Fire Map      

BEAR WISE PROGRAM

  • Keep Bears out of your neighbourhood
  • What to do if you encounter a bear        
  • IN AN IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY: Dial 911.
  • To REPORT BEAR PROBLEMS: Contact the MNRF Bear Reporting Line: 1-866-514-2327 (TTY) 705-945-7641. 
  • VISIT THE BEAR WISE WEBSITE provided by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. (OMNRF). Seeing a bear is not an emergency or is it a bear problem.    
  • If you feel you are in an emergency situation you may opt to call 911 for the Ontario Provincial Police. NOTE: If a bear is rummaging through your garbage or eating seed out of a bird feeder, this is not an emergency. After the bear leaves the area, clean up the garbage and put the bird feeder(s) away until the snow flies.

HEALTH UNIT NEWS RELEASES - For more info, call 1-800-563-2808.        

Blue Green Algae Found in Three Mile Lake - August 30, 2019
Tick Tests Positive for Lyme Disease - June 21, 2019

Smoke-Free Ontario Act - Children's Playgrounds

Smoke-Free Ontario Act - Community Recreational Facilities
Smoke-Free Ontario Act - Sporting Areas
Flood Information:  Keeping Food and Water Safe  - May 1, 2019

Sharps Found In the Community - Fact Sheet

Blue Green Algae Found in Pickerel Lake and Three Mile Lake - August 16, 2018

North Bay Flu Clinic - November 13, 2017

Get the Flu Shot - November 1, 2017
World Breast Feeding Week - October 1, 2017

Blue Green Algae Found in Pickerel Lake - September 29, 2017

Blue Green Algae Found in Lake Bernard - August 31, 2017

Blue Green Algae Found in Lake Nosbonsing - July 28, 2017

Nutrition Month Healthy Crunch - March 7, 2017

Healthy Aging Events - November 7 & November 14, 2016

Tick Tests Positive for Lyme Disease - November 2, 2016

Get the Flu Shot - October 31, 2016

Blue Green Algae found in Lake Nipissing - August 26, 2016

Blue Green Algae found in Jack Lake - August 4, 2016

Whooping Cough Update - June 30, 2016

Blue Green Algae found in Whalley Lake - June 29, 2016

Blue Green Algae found in Lake Nipissing - June 29, 2016

Whooping Cough - June 27, 2016