Welcome to the Town of Laurentian Hills
Laurentian Hills is a community full of innovation and world-class opportunities. Add in a gorgeous natural environment along the
historic Ottawa River, and this is a town full of potential for living, working and entrepreneurship.
Virtual Special Meeting of Council 28 July - HERE Click HERE for the link via Youtube
NOTICE: Playground Reopening - Please be advised that the forecasted inclement weather may delay the cleaning and the reopening of the playgrounds. Thank you for your patience.
We want you back, but first we have to clean!
The Town of Laurentian Hills’ playgrounds are scheduled to be deep cleaned and sanitized and will reopen on Thursday July 24th. We thank for your patience as we work towards safely re-opening our playgrounds.
Covid-19 Testing dates, places and times (August) - HERE
Medical Officer of Health Dr. Robert Cushman – Mandatory wearing of masks. Video HERE
Mandatory Masks In Enclosed Public Spaces - HERE
Municipal Office Re-Opening on July 14, 2020 - Details HERE
Proposed 2020 Budget - HERE
Beach Guidelines during COVID-19 - HERE
Public Notice – Recreation Fire Ban is being lifted as of 2:00 p.m. Friday 5 June, 2020.
The Laurentian Hills Fire Chief, Kevin Waito is lifting the fire ban that was implemented on May 27, 2020 and is now permitting recreational/camp fires. The Town’s Open Air Burning By-law No. 08-14 is still in effect and must be adhered to. HERE
Millers Road Fees - HERE
Millers Road Landfill fees HERE
The Baggs Road Landfill is open to the public and will now accept cash.
Press Release - Renfrew County and District Health Unit regarding Face Masks - HERE
POSTPONED - Household Hazardous Waste Day and Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Day is postponed.
June 4, 2020 - COVID-19 Case Summary for Renfrew County and District - HERE
Support for Small Business Tennants and Landords Now Available HERE
County Trails Open with a Reminder to Use Physical Distancing HERE
Certain Businesses Allowed to Reopen Under Strict Safety Guidelines HERE
Ontario Establishes Key Partnerships to Make Home Learning More Accessible HERE
Ontario Unveils Guiding Principles to Reopen the Province HERE
Ontario Helping Businesses Overcome the Unique Challenges Created by COVID-19 HERE
Renfrew County and District Health Unit - HERE
Talking to Friends and Family about COVID-19 - HERE
What you need to know about COVID-19 Testing - HERE
If You Need to Call 911 - What to Know - HERE
Renfrew County Virtual Triage and Assessment Centre Information - HERE
Renfrew County Virtual Triage and Assessment Centre at 1-844-727-6404 to connect with care and support from a nurse practitioner, family physician and/or community paramedic. Full details: https://www.drdh.org/newsroom/?newsid=3088
New pandemic healthcare service: Renfrew County Virtual Triage and Assessment Centre - Click HERE
Deep River District Hospital - News Release - April 14 - HERE
ONTARIO ENHANCING PUBLIC REPORTING ON COVID-19. For updates - Click HERE
Government of Ontario: https://www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus
Government of Canada: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html
Renfrew County Health Unit - Immediate Release regarding COVID-19 - March 31, 2020 - Click HERE
News Release - COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Town of Laurentian Hills, ON – March 16, 2020 - HERE
COVID-19 Ontario Ministry of Health information HERE
Novel Coronavirus in Renfrew County information sheet HERE and Self Monitoring Fact Sheet HERE
Renfrew County Housing Corporation Offers Support - Grant to Help Reduce Risk of Low-Income Homeowners from Becoming Homeless HERE
Click HERE for the County of Renfrew Official Plan
Bulletin from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry regarding Watershed Contitions - HERE
Media Release from the County of Renfrew - 3,000 Opportunity for Student Entrepreneurs - HERE
🚛 Recycling Pick-Up 🚛
Recycling Calendar for September 2019 to August 2020 HERE
Residents who have their garbage picked up on Tuesday will have their recycling picked up on Wednesday.
Residents who have their garbage picked up on Friday will have their recycling picked up on Thursday.
Garbage Information regarding our two (2) bag limit HERE
(NOT AVAILABLE) Lending Hub - The Town currently has the following summer / winter equipment available to lend out to our residents: - Snowshoes and Golf Clubs - Assortment of sizes (children to adult) - Nordic walking poles, pickle ball sets, water mat, kayaks, paddleboards and life jackets. To sign for the equipment you must be 18 years of age and provide proof of ID. The equipment and lending forms are located at the Municipal office 34465 Highway 17 Monday to Friday from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm.
Taxes - Your INTERIM bill is mailed out at the end of January. The first installment is due the third week in February and the second installment is due the third week of May. Your FINAL bill is mailed out at the end of July. The first installment is due the third week of August and the second installment is due the third week of October.
Property taxes are based on the assessment of your property. If you have questions regarding your property assessment, contact the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation at 1-866-296-6722.
How to Pay Taxes - Taxes can be paid online (at participating banks), by cheque, at Scotiabank, Bank of Montreal, the Credit Union, by mail or by cash or cheque at the Town office. We also provide the option for monthly pre-authorized payment. Click here for a pre-authorized form
Application for a permit to construct or demolish - Click HERE
Application for a permit to construct septic system - Click HERE
WaterTesting Bottles - Water Testing bottles are available at the Town office for residents with a well. We are the drop off location. Drop off your water samples between September to March is Tuesday and Wednesday only. April to August drop off is Monday through Thursday. Same day your water is taken it must be submitted the same day.
Volunteer's Needed - If you are interested in volunteering to have your water tested for lead, please contact the office at 613-584-3114. Water Testing is for Residents and Businesses connected to the Chalk River water system.
Fire Hydrant Maintenance - The Town conducts routine maintenance and flushing of fire hydrants during different times of the year. The Town will post hydrant flushing in the local paper, the North Renfrew Times. Questions or concerns can be directed to: 613-584-3114.