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Notice of Passing of Zoning By-Law Amendment Z2020-02Notice of Passing of Zoning By-Law Amendment Z2020-03Job Opportunity - Community Development Officer Virtual Regular Council and Planning Act Public Meetings - May 19, 2020 (HOW TO ATTEND)Recreation Fire Ban Lifted, Open Air Burn Ban Remains at this TimeApply Now for Agri-Food Open for E-Business Funding2020 Load Restrictions - Lifted May 11, 2020Health and Safety Association Guidance Documents for Workplaces During the COVID-19 OutbreakList of Essential Workplaces and How to Request A Temporary Rule or Regulation ChangeMNRF Issues Water Conditions Statement - Water Safety Notice for the Ottawa River within Renfrew County issued on April 29th 2020Service Concierge Digital Media Program goes Virtual with Online Workshops!April 9, 2020 Press Release from the Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board - EXPECTING MINOR FLOODING ON THE OTTAWA RIVER (Fort-Coulonge to the Montreal Region)Spring Freshet Update from the Township of Laurentian Valley issued April 8 2020Renfrew County COVID-19 Business Impact Survey TestCounty of Renfrew Declares State of Emergency on March 30 2020 due to COVID-19Coronavirus - COVID-19 InformationMessage from the Mayor and Council - Laurentian Valley Flooding Event Response Service Level PolicyTOWNSHIP OF LAURENTIAN VALLEY FLOODING EVENT RESPONSE LEVEL OF SERVICE POLICYCOVID-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-2020-04Help for Businesses Impacted by COVID-19 PandemicPublic Notice - Think Before you Flush, Toilets are not Trash CansNotice of Application for Zoning By-law Amendment File No. Z2020 03 and Postponement of March 17 2020 Public MeetingPre-Authorized PaymentVolunteer with the Township of Laurentian ValleyTownship of Laurentian Valley Operational ReviewPUBLIC NOTICE PESTICIDE USECommunity Improvement Plan

Adopt-A-Road Program

The Township of Laurentian Valley’s Adopt-A-Road Program has been established as a public service program, for volunteers to enhance the local litter collection activities of the Township, by picking up litter along Municipal Rights-of-Way.  It is a way for environmentally conscious citizens to make a personal contribution to a cleaner and more beautiful environment.

Under the program, a group or an individual agrees to adopt a section of Township Road Right-of-Way and keep it clean, by picking up litter at least 2 (two) times per year.  Litter pick-up can only occur during daylight hours (1 hour after sunrise and 1 hour before sunset) and in favourable weather conditions.

The Municipality will provide safety information/training, safety vests, applicable signage, trash bags and remove/dispose of filled trash bags.

In addition, a sign will be erected to acknowledge the group’s or individual’s efforts.

For more information on the program refer to the attached pamphlet and agreement.

Mark Behm
Public Works Manager
Telephone:613-735-6291
Email: Mark Behm

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