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Burn Permits Burn permits are required for any fire that is not a campfire or outdoor fireplace. Burn barrels are not permitted in the Township and open air burning (such as campfires and outdoor fireplaces) is not allowed in built-up areas. For everyone’s safety and enjoyment, please ensure that all open air fires conform to the Township By-law. Burn permits can only be issued by the Fire Department at the Bridgenorth Fire Hall (833 Ward Street). For more information, call...

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Recommencement of Construction for Buckhorn Bridges

Single Lane Road Closure – March 2017 through May 2017 Please be advised that the rehabilitation of the Lower Buckhorn Lake Bridge (Township of Selwyn) and the Trent Canal Bridge (Municipality of Trent Lakes), both located on County Road 23 approximately 500 meters south of County Road 36 within the Village of Buckhorn in the County of Peterborough, will recommence on Wednesday March 1st, 2017. It is anticipated that these works are to be completed by Friday May 19th, 2017. Please note that the timelines are approximate and will vary dependent upon weather and other factors. Work on...

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Household Hazardous Waste Depot now at Selwyn Township Dump

…….but make sure you have your Dump Card with you..  The Smith Landfill is for the use of Selwyn residents ONLY!!

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Fill Your Closet For Less…..at the Thrift Shop

Find new clothing for men, women, and children at AMAZING prices! Donate your gently used clothes to help your community and the environment. Proceeds fund Chemong Community Care and the Public Library. Open Wednesday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Thursday 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Located in the Chemung Community Care Building, Robert E. Young Complex, 549 Ennis Road in Ennismore

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New Economic Development Committee Approved for Selwyn

At a Special Event to discuss Economic Development for Bridgenorth and surrounding area, held October 23, 2013 at the Bridgenorth Library Community Hall, a decision was made that the BBA should ask Selwyn Council to create an Economic Development Advisory Committee.   At the Selwyn Township Council meeting, held this week on November 26, 2013, Council approved a motion, three votes to two‚Ķ..Sherry Senis, Andy Mitchell, and Donna Ballantyne voted to support the motion:   Moved by Sherry Senis Seconded by Andy Mitchell Motion that Council approve, in principle, the establishment of...

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