💦 OUTDOOR WATER RESTRICTION STILL IN EFFECT - For All Residents/Properties Connected to the Chalk River Water System - See Below for details. 💦

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.

Term Position - Labourer / Equipement Operator with the Town of Laurentian Hills.  Click HERE for details.  Closes May 6th.


The Town will be performing sanitary sewer main cleaning within the Village of Chalk River Monday to Friday from 7:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. until May 3, 2024.   While crews are working on your street you may:
1 Hear gurgling sounds from your toilets and drains.
2 Air pressure in the sewer can cause water to splash out through your toilets, sinks and drains.

While we are working in your area, we suggest you take the following precautions:

1 Close the lids on all toilets.
2 Avoid using washroom facilities when crews are within sight of your home.
3 Place towels around base of toilets to absorb any overflowing water. 
4 Plug or cover all drains and sinks.

If water does overflow a fixture, immediately contact the representative on site to prevent further overflowing. 
Please take note that  the Town of Laurentian Hills will be conducting routine maintenance and flushing of fire hydrants in Chalk River in APRIL and will continue until finished.  Any questions or concerns can be directed to 613-584-3114.

RENFREW COUNTY 55+ Summer Games - May 3- May 31, 2024 Click HERE for more details. Registration HERE  to Join the OSGA HERE  and Waiver HERE

Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry - Pembroke District - Watershed Condition Statement - FLOOD WATCH - Dated April 15, 2024 - HERE

Laurentian Hills  in conjunction with the City of Pembroke, Petawawa, Town of Deep River, Township of Laurentian Valley, Townships of  Admaston/Bromley, North Algona Wilberforce, and Whitewater Region developed a Joint Community Safety & Well-Being Plan.
The Community safety and Well-being plan is a collaborative effort with neighboring municipalities including police, First Nations, community partners and members of the community to remove barriers and improve access to the social determinants of health and well-being so that every community member can realize their unique talents and potential in a safe, inclusive and nurturing environment. The primary goal of the plan is to identify and address the root causes of safety and well-being issues in a community. The plan identifies strategies and interventions aimed at reducing risks factors and improve the overall well-being of our communities.  Click HERE for the Plan.
If you would like an accessible copy, please contact the municipal office 613-584-3114

Bulletin from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry Re: Watershed Conditions Statement - Water Safety Pembroke District - April 4, 2024 HERE
Bulletin from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry Re: Watershed Conditions Statement - Water Safety Pembroke District- March 8, 2024 - HERE

Important Notification regarding Interim Tax Billing Due Dates - HERE

Superior Court of Justice Decision CV-23-87 - Click HERE

OUTDOOR WATER RESTRICTION REMAINS IN EFFECT For all Residents/Properties Connected to the Chalk River Water System. - HERE

NOTICE - Please be advised that the Forestry Road Bridge that is owned by the Department of National Defence requires repairs and will remain closed until further notice.  There will be no through traffic using the bridge.

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 requires municipalities to address the needs of those within their community with disabilities.  The Town is seeking your assistance to help us identify barriers for persons with disabilities in buildings and facilities owned and operated by the Town.  Are you facing accessibility challenges in the Town? We want to hear from you! We want your feedback so that we can improve our services and make them more accessible. Please forward your concerns to or call the municipal office at 613-584-3114.

Town of Laurentian Hills
34465 Highway 17, RR#1
Deep River, Ontario
K0J 1P0

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

Phone: 613-584-3114
Fax: 613-584-3285