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WELCOME TO THE TOWN OF LAURENTIAN HILLS
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Town of Laurentian Hills
34465 Highway 17, RR#1
Deep River, Ontario
K0J 1P0

Phone: 613-584-3114
Fax: 613-584-3285
Email: info@laurentianhills.ca

Office Hours:
Monday to Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
Closed weekends and holidays

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.

WHAT'S NEW

๐Ÿš›  RECYCLING PICK UP CHANGES  ๐Ÿš›

NEW SHORT TERM RECYCLING CALENDAR - HERE

Effective July 17th the Town's Recycling pickup will alternate between containers one week (plastic and glass) and fibres the other week (carboard and paper)  Pick ups will now be done weekly on Wednesdays and Thursdays as outlined below.  

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. 

Dual stream pick up is tentatively scheduled to resume in September (more details to come).

Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians - Application Support Presentations - HERE

๐Ÿ‘จ‍๐Ÿ‘ฉ‍๐Ÿ‘ง‍๐Ÿ‘ฆ  NEW Early ON Calendar for the month July HERE

๐Ÿ‘จ‍๐Ÿ‘ฉ‍๐Ÿ‘ง‍๐Ÿ‘ฆ  Boys and Girls Summer Adventure - Free Program - HERE

Ontario Renovates Program Now Closed - HERE

2019 Municipal Budget - HERE

Rural Innovation Initiative - Info Sessions - HERE

Sandbag Disposal information HERE

Sand / Sandbags / Emergency / Road washout  613-584-3865

Canadian Red Cross (for beneficiaries to call to register) 1-800-863-6582 or Register On-line HERE You can receive up to $600.00 per family for basic assistance. 

THE OTTAWA RIVER REGULATING COMMITTEE (ORRC)

http://www.ottawariver.ca/river-levels-flows.php

MEDIA ALERT, Support Available for Residents Impacted by the Flood HERE

Red Cross will be providing support for people who are in need, who have been evacuated and need accommodations up to the first 72 hours. Individuals in need of support from Red Cross are asked to call 1-866-637-4263.

Residents are welcome to go to 33 Blimkie Street in Chalk River or 240 Bass Lake Road in Point Alexander to fill sandbags to be utilized for prevention and protection of your property.  Use of these facilities is at your own risk.

Sandbag Filling Tips - HERE

ONTARIO DISASTER RECOVERY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – PROVINCE OPEN FOR FUNDING

Self Assessment Ontario Disaster Assistance Fund HERE

Disaster Recover Assistance Program Application 

https://www.ontario.ca/page/apply-disaster-recovery-assistance

MNRF SURFACE WATER MONITORING

https://www.ontario.ca/page/surface-water-monitoring

Flood Water Safety - For your Drinking Water- HERE

Renfrew County and District Health Unit Information Re: Private Wells and Septic Systems

     - Private Well Disinfection HERE
     - Caring for your well during and after a flood HERE
     - What you should know about flooded septic systems HERE

County of Renfrew: Flood Preparation and Recovery HERE

Students + Business Idea + $3,000 Award = Summer Company Program - HERE

Changes to tipping fees for Miller Road Landfill - HERE and HERE

Volunteer's Needed - Water Testing for Residents and Businesses connected to the Chalk River water system HERE

Renfrew County Want You: Seeking Employees from Ottawa-Gatineau and Beyond - HERE

The Draft Strategic Plan HERE  Strategic Plan Questionnaire HERE 

Homeownership Assistance Program for County of Renfrew Residents to Access Funding Prospective First-Time Home Buyers HERE  Fact Sheet and Application Package HERE

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.

Memorial Tree Program - The Memorial tree program provides residents with the opportunity to honor loved ones, families or groups by having a tree with a memorial plaque installed on municipal property.  The Memorial tree program and application can be found HERE or by calling the office at 613-584-3114.

Bench Program - The Memorial bench program provides residents with the opportunity to honor loved ones, families or groups by having a bench with a memorial plaque installed on municipal property.  Memorial bench program and application can be found HERE or by calling the office at 613-584-3114.

Donation Policy - HERE

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, by cheque, at Scotiabank, the Credit Union, by mail or by cash at the Town office.  We also provide the option for monthly pre-authorized paymentClick here for a pre-authorized form

Application for a permit to construct or demolish - Please click HERE for Permit

Sewage System Installer Information  - Please Click HERE for Sewage System Installer Information

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.

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.

County of Renfrew - AECL Restructuring Presentation - HERE