Notices

Public Works Tenders 2019Public Meeting on Ottawa River Water Levels and Spring 2019 Flooding to be held on Saturday June 22, 2019Notice of Construction: HWY 148 CPR Overhead Bridge RemovalRequest for Proposal - Operational ReviewMedia Advisory - Algonquin Trail SurveyNotice of Application for Minor Variance File No. MV2019-01 and June 18, 2019 Public MeetingINFORMATION FOR LAURENTIAN VALLEY RESIDENTS ALONG THE OTTAWA RIVER - PROJECTED WATER LEVEL RATE OF DECREASE INFORMATION AS OF 5 PM JUNE 6, 2019Thank You! To All Who Assisted the Township with the 2019 Flooding EventFLOOD IMPACTED RESIDENTS AND PROPERTY OWNERS ARE REQUESTED TO REGISTER TO ASSIST THE TOWNSHIP WITH NEEDS ASSESSMENT FOR WHERE HELP IS REQUIRED WITH FLOOD CLEAN-UPOttawa River boating ban lifted on May 30 2019 by the Federal Minister of Transporation in sections near Laurentian Valley and other areasNotice of Application of Zoning By-law Amendment File No. Z2019-03 and Public Meeting of June 18, 2019News Release - IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR FLOOD IMPACTED RESIDENTS AND PROPERTY OWNERS ON REGISTRATION FOR ASSISTANCECleanup Kits from the Red Cross Available for Laurentian Valley Residents Impacted by FloodingAttention Business Owners! Sign up for our Business StudyVolunteer with the Township of Laurentian ValleyOpen Air & Recreational Fire Ban LiftedPUBLIC NOTICE - FLOOD 2019 UPDATEMNRF Flood Warning Extended for Pembroke District - Issued on May 9, 2019Community Improvement PlanImportant Press Release from the Ottawa River Regulating Committee Issued on May 3 2019Notice of Public Meeting - Proposed Building Permit Fees ChangesNews Release from County of Renfrew: Support Available for Residents Impacted by the FloodMedia Release - Laurentian Valley Flood UpdatePublic Notice - Ministry of Transportation Communication on Hazley Bay and Des Allumettes BridgesNotice that the Township of Laurentian Valley has declared an Emergency due to Flooding on April 27, 2019Renfrew County and District Health Unit Media Release on April 26, 2019 - Reminder to make sure your drinking water well is safe before using in flooded areasAvailability of Sandbags and Sand Supplies in Laurentian ValleyCatch the Ace Lottery Every Thursday in Laurentian Valley!Sandbagging TipsNotice of Application of Zoning By-law Amendment File No. Z2019-02 and Public Meeting of April 16, 2019Notice of April 2, 2019 Public Meeting for a Community Improvement Plan for the Township of Laurentian ValleyPetawawa, Pembroke and Laurentian Valley - Receiving Waste Collection Schedule SoonSpecial Council Meeting

Pet Winter Weather Care

 
Even with fur coats, pets need to be protected from the cold.  Exposure to harsh conditions can cause serious illness or death to animals, particularly during periods of freezing rain and rapid tempature fluctuations.
 
Ontarios law require that animals receive adequate shelter and care.  Willful failure to do so could lead to prosecution and fine, jail sentence or prohibition from owning animals.
 
Here are some tips to follow to keep your pets safe during the winter months:
  • NEVER LEAVE YOUR PET ALONE IN A COLD CAR. Cars retain cold temperatures, acting like refrigerators, which can cause your pet to freeze to death.
  • KEEP YOUR PETS WARM. If it’s too cold for you to stay outside, it’s too cold for your pet. Although some breeds can withstand colder temperatures, it is important to supply adequate housing. View our Ideal Doghouse brochure.
  • KEEP ANIMALS AWAY FROM PUDDLES. They may contain ethylene glycol found in antifreeze which can be fatal if ingested.
  • KEEP YOUR PETS AWAY FROM BODIES OF WATER. With melting ice and rising water levels, lakes, ponds, and rivers can be extremely dangerous for you and your pet.
  • WIPE YOUR PET’S PAWS AND TUMMY. Salt and ice melt can irritate and burn, and also be fatal if ingested.
  • ANIMALS SEEK WARMTH UNDER VEHICLE HOODS. Try knocking on the hood of your car to scare them away before starting the engine.
  • A WARM PLACE TO SLEEP. Ensure your pet has a thick and, cozy bed or blanket, located off the cold floor and away from drafts.
  • DRESS FOR THE WEATHER. Use pet booties and winter sweaters designed for animals to help keep your pets warm during outdoor excursions.
  • PREPARE AN EMERGENCY PET SURVIVAL KIT. You never know when a storm might prevent you from being able to leave the house for extended periods. Having an emergency pet survival kit could save a life. 

Source: Ontario SPCA