West Grey police service board meeting scheduled for May 29
Posted on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 07:34 AM
WEST GREY, ON—A remote police service board meeting will be held on May 29 at 9 a.m.
To join follow this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83182074840?pwd=cDZKU04zUVhwZnZFYWtlTHo3VW1Cdz09
The meeting can also be attended by phoning in at 1-647-558-0588 and using the meeting ID: 831 8207 4840 and password: 353707
West Grey opens trails, green spaces with physical distancing
Posted on Friday, May 22, 2020 07:33 AM
WEST GREY, ON— Following provincial guidelines, guidance from Bruce Grey Public Health Unit and in consultation with the municipality’s Emergency Control Group, the Municipality of West Grey will open green spaces and trails this weekend. The public is reminded that there are still several safety precautions to follow, including physical distancing and limiting gatherings to five or less people. Washrooms, play structures and various facilities are still closed.
“It is essential that West...
West Grey fire ban lifted
Posted on Friday, May 15, 2020 07:32 AM
WEST GREY, ON—The fire ban, issued for the Municipality of West Grey is now lifted.
The West Grey Fire Chief would like to caution people to take care when burning as conditions are still favourable for grass fires, due to the amount of dead grass from winter kill.
Burn Permits are available at the Office of the Fire Chief for the Municipality of West Grey 179 George St. West in Durham.
Remember to call—519.369.2505—before you burn.
West Grey to host COVID-19 remote roundtable
Posted on Monday, April 27, 2020 07:30 AM
WEST GREY, ON—The Municipality of West Grey will host a roundtable to provide information on the COVID-19 pandemic and answer questions West Grey residents might have.
West Grey Mayor Christine Robinson, Grey County Warden Paul McQueen, MPP Bill Walker, MP Alex Ruff and Grey Bruce medical officer of health Dr. Ian Arra will participate in this roundtable by providing updates. They will then move to answering submitted questions.
“We know there are many questions out there about COVID-19 and the impact...
County secures land in Durham for Rockwood rebuild
Posted on Thursday, April 23, 2020 07:29 AM
GREY COUNTY, ON—Grey County is securing 32 acres of land in Durham for the redevelopment and expansion of the Rockwood Terrace long-term care home. Acquiring the land is a significant step forward in the redevelopment project. Currently the provincial target for project completion is 2025.
The new property, located directly behind the existing Rockwood Terrace, is being acquired in a land exchange for the Grey County quarry. County Council officially approved the exchange at the April 23 County Council...