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Mississippi Mills Construction Update Summer/ Fall 2022

Posted on Friday, April 29, 2022 02:31 PM

The following road projects were approved during the 2022 Mississippi Mills Municipal Budget process and are schedule for this season. Construction schedules are being finalized; projects are not in chronological order. Residents in the affected areas will be notified in advance.

1. Clayton Road – From Tatlock Road easterly for 4.73 km – Microsurface Renewal

2. Bayview Lodge Road (Shared with McNabb Braeside) Full Length – Microsurface Renewal

3. Ramsay Concession 8 – From Wolf Grove Road to...


Council and Committee of Whole - May 3 2022

Posted on Thursday, April 28, 2022 03:37 PM

Council and Committee of the Whole will hold their regular meetings on Tuesday, May 3rd. Council will begin with a closed session and will return to open session at 6:00 pm. The Committee of the Whole meeting will begin immediately following Council. Agendas for the meetings can be found here.

As we re-open Council Chambers to members of the public, we have a limit of 20 in the viewing gallery, which will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Preregistration is no longer required.


Flags Lowered for Worker's Mourning Day

Posted on Thursday, April 28, 2022 08:42 AM

April 28, 2022, is National Day of Mourning for persons killed or injured in the workplace.  This is a day to pay our respects to, and remember, the thousands of workers who have been killed, injured or suffered illness as a result of work-related incidents, and to honour the many families and friends who have been deeply affected by these tragedies.  Every worker has the right to return home safe at the end of each work day.

 All flags at municipal locations will be lowered to half mast today...

Affordable Housing Spotlight

Affordable Housing - Spotlight #1

Posted on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 01:23 PM

 Spotlight #1 on Affordable Housing

Over the next few weeks, the Municipality will be publishing spotlights focusing on what is being done to address the housing crisis. The housing crisis is affecting families in communities all across Canada.  Each level of government has responsibilities for housing - the Federal and Provincial governments, the County and local Municipality. In recent provincial and federal budgets, there has been a focus on housing initiatives to help support affordable and...


Statement From the Mayor - Volunteer Week

Posted on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 05:25 PM

April 26, 2022

From the Office of the Mayor:

Whether you serve on a municipal committee; coach kids hockey; organize Puppets Up, Celtfest or the Highland Games; raise money for Light Up the Night; plant flowers at the cenotaph, water trees along the Alameda, run dances at Clayton Hall; grow a row for the food bank; work at the Blakeney Project; phone someone feeling lonely; deliver groceries to folks who aren’t able to get out; drive neighbours to medical appointments; lead 4H clubs; teach the...

Seeking Nominations or the 2022 Mississippi Mills Community Awards

Posted on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 05:19 PM

The Municipality is seeking nominations for the ALL New 2022 Mississippi Mills Community Awards.

Mississippi Mills Community Awards were developed to recognize and honour individuals for their contribution to life in the Municipality. Council recognizes that outstanding efforts, actions, and achievements of these individuals significantly and positively impact the social, cultural, or civic life of Mississippi Mills and its residents. 

For consideration all 2022 nominations shall be received by...

Ken Allison

Arbour Week Tree Talk with Ken Allison - Wednesday April 27th

Posted on Monday, April 25, 2022 04:49 PM

Join the Mississippi Mills Tree Committee for a Tree Talk with Ken Allison, B.SC., Wildlife Ecologist/ Naturalist this Wednesday night at 7:00PM at Almonte Old Town Hall.  Mr. Allison will discuss native trees, followed by a question and answer where he will be accompanied by our local tree experts; Ed Lawrence, Allan Goddard, Ron Ayling, Cornelius Bert and Scott Hortop. 

Registration is not required - masks are recommended & appreciated.  

Ken is a wildlife ecologist. He obtained his B.Sc. from the...