Community News and Notices

Posted On Tuesday, 04 October, 2022

Bell is currently installing fibre internet in Kingsville. As part of this project, we need to shut down the westbound lane of Main Street and the southbound lane of Division at the intersection of Main and Division (Northwest Corner of the Main and Division intersection).
This will occur on October 6th & 7th, between 9 am and 4 pm.
Police will be onsite to assist with traffic control, but drivers are encouraged to take alternate routes if possible to avoid delays. 

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Posted On Monday, 03 October, 2022

Kingsville has recently adjusted traffic signal timings on Main Street. These adjustments aim to mitigate traffic congestion in the east/west direction. The latest timings are based on traffic counts collected by our engineering consultant and in accordance with Ontario Traffic Manual Book 12 (Traffic Signals).
You may notice that travelling in other directions at intersections, aside from east/west, may be affected in order to improve east/west travel on Main Street.
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Posted On Sunday, 02 October, 2022

2023 dog tags are now available for purchase. Buy your tag before April 1, 2023 to save 50%. 
October 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023: $20.00 per dog
Beginning April 1, 2023: $40.00 per dog
This year, the Town has moved to a new dog tag system. These new tags are blue with the Town logo and a four-digit number. Proof of rabies vaccination is no longer required.
In accordance with the Dog Licensing By-law 103-2003 as amended, being a By-law to provide for the...

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Posted On Monday, 26 September, 2022

The Town of Kingsville is accepting applications for the Kingsville Community Grant Fund until October 31, 2022. This fund provides financial assistance to organizations that benefit the general public.  To be eligible, organizations must be a: 
Registered charitable organization
Registered not-for-profit organization
Volunteer group
Eligible funding categories include:
Social and community services
Seniors or...

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Posted On Friday, 23 September, 2022

September 30, 2022 is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This is an important day to honour the families and survivors of Canada’s residential school system and the children who never returned home.
“The Town of Kingsville is dedicated to reconciliation efforts, and acknowledging the tragic and painful legacy of residential schools is a critical component of the reconciliation process,” said Kingsville’s Deputy Mayor, Gord Queen.
Join us,...

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