Posted on Monday, May 30, 2022 04:37 PM
Mississippi Mills recognizes the value of building an inclusive, welcoming, and fun community. Knowing your neighbours helps increase quality of life and decrease crime. Annually the Recreation and Culture Department awards Neighbourhood Micro Grants of up to $150 to community members planning activities for their neighbourhood. $3000 is available for community microgrants in 2022.
This program helps build community and strengthen connections right where people live...
Posted on Monday, May 30, 2022 10:59 AM
It’s Accessibility Awareness Week in Mississippi Mills!!
1 in 5 Canadians have a disability[i] - some we can see and some we can’t. When we talk about accessibility for Canadians with disabilities the focus is to remove barriers, which can be both physical and/or social, so that those living with disabilities can fully participate in everyday society[ii]. Accessibility Awareness Week is an opportunity to celebrate the valuable contributions of Canadians with...
Posted on Friday, May 27, 2022 04:05 PM
Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit
May 27, 2022
Information for those recovering from the effects of the storm
Food - Now that power is being restored it is important to remember that if your power came back on overnight your food temperatures may be satisfactory however this does not mean that perishable food is safe to eat. Be sure to discard perishable food that has been sitting in the temperature danger zone (above 4oC/40oF) for more than 2 hours....
Posted on Friday, May 27, 2022 03:50 PM
Our Municipal Emergency Control Group met on Friday May 27, 2022, to discuss operational impacts of the windstorm. Municipal operations are returning to normal. Some additional services that are in place to assist with clean up and recovery from the windstorm are:
- Almonte Arena will be open for showers, small electronic device charging and small quantities of water at the following times:
- Friday, May 27th – until 9:00 pm
- Saturday, May 28th – 8:30...
Posted on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 04:15 PM
May 25, 2022
As a result of the severe windstorm this weekend, much of the municipality remains without power and will be facing significant clean up due to fallen trees and branches. Mississippi Mills Public Works department continues to patrol and assess areas. As roads are cleared for safety by Hydro One, municipal crews will begin clean-up around broken hydro poles. Crews priority will be to ensure streets and sidewalks are safe and passable. When that work is complete they will move on to clearing...