Notices

Indoor Scavenger HuntCounty of Renfrew Declares State of Emergency on March 30 2020 due to COVID-19Coronavirus - COVID-19 InformationMNRF Issues Water Conditions Statement - Water Safety Notice for Pembroke District on March 30th 2020Message from the Mayor and Council - Laurentian Valley Flooding Event Response Service Level PolicyTOWNSHIP OF LAURENTIAN VALLEY FLOODING EVENT RESPONSE LEVEL OF SERVICE POLICYMarch 29, 2020 Press Release from the Ottawa River Regulation Planning BoardCOVID-19 Video from Renfrew County Paramedic Services - Please Stay Home and Help Keep Them SafeNotice of Application for Official Plan Amendment (OPA#14) File No. O-2020-01 and Zoning By-law Amendment File No. Z-2020-04OPP Notice: Theft Prevention for Small Businesses that Are Closed due to COVID-19Public Notice: Mayor's Message - COVID-19Notice: Emergency Funding Available Through Ontario WorksJob Opportunity - Student GIS/Asset Management Technician Job Opportunity - Student LabourerPublic Notice: Social Services Relief FundHelp for Businesses Impacted by COVID-19 PandemicPublic Notice - Think Before you Flush, Toilets are not Trash CansOpen Air Burning Fire Ban in EffectPaying Taxes Online Through Bank - Set Up InstructionsNotice of Application for Zoning By-law Amendment File No. Z2020 03 and Postponement of March 17 2020 Public MeetingService Concierge - Digital Workshops Postponed Until Further Notice due to COVID-19Media Release: Collection Schedules 2020-2021Public Notice: 2020 Reduced LoadingSpecial Council MeetingPre-Authorized PaymentVolunteer with the Township of Laurentian ValleyTownship of Laurentian Valley Operational ReviewPUBLIC NOTICE PESTICIDE USECommunity Improvement Plan

Fire Department


The Laurentian Valley Fire Department strives to promote a “fire safe” community. SMOKE ALARMS save LIVES! Do yours work? Check and change batteries regularly! GREEN CARTS are NOT to be used for ASHES! This creates a fire hazard. Cold ashes are to be disposed of in regular garbage by placing them in a plastic bag or cardboard box.

For non-emergency info contact the Fire Department at 613-735-1358

Burning Permits

Ratepayers are required to obtain a burning permit from the Municipal Office, located at 460 Witt Road, before igniting any fire.