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Posted Wednesday, July 22, 2020

After several weeks of extreme heat combined with low precipitation, the Municipality of Mississippi Mills has implemented a water ban effective Friday July 24th for the Almonte Ward. This ban is in response to the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority's declaration of a Level 1 Low Water status under the Ontario Low Water Response Program. The ban has been put in place to protect the groundwater aquifers and drinking water system. We have received questions from residents since our origina...

Posted Wednesday, July 22, 2020

The RV Disposal Station will be CLOSED until further notice. The RV Disposal Station provides residents and visitors to Mississippi Mills with a more convenient option for the disposal of holding tank waste for mobile campers and recreational vehicles. All services at the station are offered to the public free of charge, however all users must complete survey forms provided at the site. LOCATION: 482 Wolf Grove Rd (Almonte Street), Almonte, ON HOURS: CLOSED until further notice Monday th...

Posted Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Council will hold a special meeting on Thursday, July 23rd at 2:30 pm. Audio of the meeting will be streamed live to the Municipality's YouTube Channel.

Posted Tuesday, July 21, 2020

The Parks & Recreation Committee are looking for new members! Do you have an interest in community parks, recreation trails, sport, and recreation services? Would you like to join a committee comprised of council members, staff and other like-minded residents to identify activities that support community and individual well being through the delivery of parks and recreation activities? If so, why not lend support to Council and staff by applying to be a member of the Parks & Recreation...

Posted Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Lanark County's Harvest Festival postponed until 2021 Want to get fresh with a local farmer? The Lanark County Harvest Festival will give everyone a chance to do just that...next year. This outdoor event, originally slated for this September has been postponed until Sunday, September 12, 2021 and will celebrate the county's bounty of the harvest featuring local producers, food seminars, cooking demonstrations, children's activities, local musicians, historical displays and more. Bigger a...