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Municipal Election Candidate Nominations Resume

Posted on Thursday, May 26, 2022 08:06 AM

Please be advised that as of May 26th, the Township will resume accepting Nominations for municipal election candidates and third party advertisers at Town Hall. 

Nominations were briefly paused during the Emergency Declaration while power was being restored to Town Hall. 

If you have any questions, please contact the Clerks Department at 905-852-9181 ext. 209 or

Municipal Election Candidate Nominations Paused

Posted on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 10:05 AM

Please be advised that due to the Declaration of a Municipal Emergency, as a result of the May 21st storm, the Township is unable to accept Candidate and Third Party Nominations for the 2022 Municipal Election. The Clerks Department will resume accepting Nominations on May 26th when Town Hall is scheduled to reopen.

Please contact 905-852-9181 ext. 209 for more information.

Uxbridge Public Library Resumes Regular Service

Posted on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 09:49 AM

Power has been restored to the Uxbridge Public Library and they are open for regular operations. The Library has free wifi and charging stations for electronic devices. The library is open 10am -5pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. The Library is open 10am-8pm Tuesday and Thursday. Closed on Sundays.

Important health, well water, waste disposal and road closure information in response to storm

Posted on Monday, May 23, 2022 05:02 PM

The Regional Municipality of Durham is sharing important information for residents affected by the recent storm, including road closures, food safety tips, well water safety, and the safe disposal of yard waste at the Waste Management Facilities (WMFs).

Health information:

Food safety
For residents whose refrigerators were impacted due to power outages, ensure that any food above 4 degrees Celsius is discarded. When in doubt, throw it out. More information is available on the Durham Region Health...

Unsafe Buildings Due to Storm Damage

Posted on Sunday, May 22, 2022 07:46 PM

As a result of our recent severe weather Building Inspectors have been assessing damaged buildings, and the Chief Building Official will be posting Orders as required.   

If a building has a posted 'Order Prohibiting Occupancy', the building must not be occupied until the Order has been rescinded.

Alternatively an 'Unsafe Order' may be issued to notify the owner that remedial work to the building is required, however the structure is in no immediate danger to occupants.

Recipients of either...

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