Community News and Notices

Posted On Friday, 18 September, 2020

At 3:00 p.m. on Friday, September 18, 2020, The Town of Kingsville officially lifted its Partial State of Emergency Declaration, originally signed Monday, September 14, 2020 in response to a gasoline leak at the gas station located on the corner of County Road 20 and 23. 
Following the further evacuation of the contaminants from the crawl space and surrounding the gas station building, Windsor HAZMAT conducted testing Friday afternoon and confirmed there is no longer...

Read More...

Posted On Thursday, 10 September, 2020

The Town of Kingsville would like to remind everyone as the hunting season approaches to be mindful of By-law 10-2004 regarding the discharge of firearms and bows. The discharge or firearms and bows are prohibited in the following areas:   Urban areas: heavily populated areas in Kingsville, Ruthven and Cottam
Along the entire waterfront
Jack Miner bird sanctuary from Road 3 to Road 4, McCain Sideroad to Division
Around golf courses (Kingsville GCC, Orchard...

Read More...

Posted On Wednesday, 02 September, 2020

Photo of John Norton, CAOThe Town of Kingsville is pleased to welcome John Norton as Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). John’s most recent tenure was at the Township of Georgian Bluffs as its Chief Administrative Officer. Previously, he worked at the Municipality of Chatham-Kent holding a number of positions over the course of nine years, most recently as General Manager of Community Development where he had responsibility for economic development and long-term community planning, among other...
Read More...

Posted On Tuesday, 01 September, 2020

TAKE NOTICE that the Council of The Corporation of the Town of Kingsville approved several appointments to the Main Street Development Review Committee at the June 22, 2020 meeting of Council. However, there are openings that remain specifically in the areas of representation from the high school and/or college/university age groups. We encourage and invite applications from individuals in these areas who desire to have their names considered for appointment to the Main Street...
Read More...

Posted On Monday, 24 August, 2020

Eligible businesses within the Town of Kingsville can now apply for up to $750.00 in funding to help offset operating costs related to COVID-19.
“The Town recognizes keeping employees and customers safe has resulted in increased expenditures for our local business community,” said Kingsville Mayor, Nelson Santos. “Businesses are spending more on fixtures, equipment, and enhanced cleaning measures in order to stay vigilant in the fight against the virus,...

Read More...