Posted on Thursday, March 25, 2021 01:00 PM
During the week of March 29th, Shepley Road Maintenance will move north on Graham Sideroad and continue replacing road crossing culverts to prepare for resurfacing of Graham Sideroad later this year. As a result, Graham Sideroad (between Road 7 East & County Road 8) will be closed to all but local traffic for approximately two weeks. A construction notice has been mailed to residents and businesses in the affected area and should be received this week.
Posted on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 10:15 AM
The Town of Kingsville is currently accepting applications for its Communities in Bloom Committee to serve for the remainder of the 2018-2022 Council term.
The Communities in Bloom Committee works with the municipality, businesses and individuals to prepare the Town for the annual Communities in Bloom Judges’ Tour. Residents and business owners with a passion for enhancing the environment and a strong sense of community pride are an excellent fit for this committee.
Interested applicants can...
Posted on Monday, March 22, 2021 04:45 AM
The Town of Kingsville is improving services by offering the convenience of paperless billing. By enrolling in paperless billing, residents and property owners agree to receive an electronic copy of their tax and/or water bill instead of a conventional paper form. Benefits and features of paperless billing include:
- Email notification when the bill is ready
- The ability to see bills faster than when sent through regular mail
- The ability to save or print a PDF version of the bill
- Reduced paper waste...
Posted on Friday, March 12, 2021 09:45 AM
In advance of Graham Sideroad resurfacing later this year, Shepley Road Maintenance will begin replacing culvert road crossings the week of March 15th (weather permitting). As a result, Graham Sideroad (between County Road 18 and Road 7 East) will be closed to all but local traffic for approximately two weeks. The road will be closed entirely at each culvert location during replacement.
Posted on Tuesday, March 09, 2021 07:00 AM
The Main Street Development review committee was formed in early 2020 to identify key issues that impact Main Street East between Heritage Road and Kratz Side Road. Over the past several months, the committee has met in various sub-committees to discuss different topics and formulate several draft recommendations for consideration in five key areas:
- Urban Design
- Zoning/Landscaping/Signage and,
- Policy Review
These recommendations will be presented at a Public Open House on Tuesday,...