Community News and Notices

Posted On Thursday, 26 March, 2020

The Town of Kingsville is expanding its local measures to further encourage social/physical distancing to reduce opportunities for the spread of COVID-19 through its local parks. The Town had previously posted signs near playground entrances, the skatepark, and the leash-free dog park, and now as part of the Town’s continued efforts to provide for safety, it is confirming new measures for distancing through the closure of all playgrounds. These new measures will remain in...
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Posted On Tuesday, 24 March, 2020

The Town of Kingsville is waiving penalties and interest on tax and water accounts until April 30, 2020 in order to provide residents with the flexibility to manage their cash flows during this time of crisis. Any residents on a pre-authorized payment plan will have payments withdrawn as scheduled, unless alternative direction is provided to the Town. Council will reassess deadlines on a continuous basis and may provide additional financial relief as the economic impact of COVID-19...
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Posted On Tuesday, 24 March, 2020

Public Notice: Cemeteries
April Cemetery Clean-up
Pursuant to Section 41b of By-law 120-2018, items not permitted in Municipal Cemeteries between April 1 and October 31 will be removed.
This includes Christmas wreaths, blankets, and items not specifically referenced in the By-law. Please ensure these items are removed before the week of April 6, 2020.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please contact the Public Works Department at 519-733-2305

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Posted On Sunday, 22 March, 2020

The Town of Kingsville declared a State of Emergency today, taking proactive and precautionary measures in order to prepare the region for the COVID-19 pandemic. The Mayor of Kingsville, Nelson Santos, recognized that at this critical moment of time, local municipalities are stepping up and aiming to take protective measures as the threat of the virus grows. 
“Our community and our region is in the early stages of this pandemic and based on the evidence we have...

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Posted On Saturday, 21 March, 2020

As we all take greater measures to keep our hands and environment sanitized amid the COVID-19 outbreak, there has been a significant increase in the use of disinfectant wipes and paper towels. Please remember these items are not flushable, even if the package claims otherwise. They can cause blockages and wastewater equipment damage. Read about what you can (and can not) flush to avoid a raw sewage back-up in your home . 

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