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Volunteer with the Township of Laurentian Valley

Become a Volunteer and Grow with Us!

Volunteers are the backbone to our community. Our volunteers are invaluable to the Township of Laurentian Valley, fostering our community's recreation and special events. Become a part of an amazing group of volunteers who share their time, skills and enthusiasm with one of our many services and programs the Township offers. There are a wide range of volunteer opportunities for you to choose from. 

Open Air Burning Fire Ban in Effect

Media Release

Township of Laurentian Valley

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                 July 5, 2019

On July 5, 2019 Tim Sutcliffe, Fire Chief issued a fire ban on open burns in the Township of Laurentian Valley. Recreational Burning is still permitted at this time. Continue to check our website and facebook page for updates.  

All current permit holders of open air burning are asked not to burn during this fire ban.  No Open Air permits will be issued until further notice.

The Burning By-law (2015-09-040) can be found on our website.

Please check our website to see when the fire ban will be lifted at www.lvtownship.ca

If you have further questions please contact the Township Office at 613-735-6291.

Dean Sauriol

CAO/Clerk

Online Burning Permits

The Council of the Township of Laurentian Valley recently passed By-Law 2015-09-040, a by-law to regulate the setting of fires within the Township of Laurentian Valley. This bylaw becomes effective as of January 1, 2016. Click here to see a copy of this by-law.

Online burning permits will be available starting January 1, 2016.

Online Pet Licence

All residents must purchase an annual licence for their dogs and cats.  Landlords, please notify your tenants.  Pet tags are sold onlline or at the Township Office at a discounted rate before the end of March.  Tags can be delivered if you are disabled and unable to attend the office. 

Sterilized Pets: before March 31st - $15; after March 31st - $25

Unsterilized Pets: before March 31st $20; after March 31st - $30

After March 31st Officials will be going door to door to ensure registration requirements have been met.  The cost will then be $10 more per tag.  If you are unable to register your dog at the door, a notice will be left to purchase tags at the municipal office within a specified time.  Failure to comply will result in a fine of $120 plus full purchase price of the tag!

If you require a dog tag for a Service Dog, please bring the certificate produced from a recognized training establishment to the Township Office.

If you own a farm that is registered with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food please come into the Township Office to purchase your pet tags at the farm rate of $20 (entitles you up to five (5) pet tags).