Weather and Emergencies

Posted On Tuesday, December 01, 2020

BayfieldDue to flooding caused by excessive waves, Bayfield Street is closed from Sykes Street to Collingwood Street. 
With continuing high winds and low temperatures, please excercise caution in all shoreline areas.

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Posted On Tuesday, December 01, 2020

Due to inclement weather, waste pickup normally scheduled for today in the Municipality of Meaford has been rescheduled.
Miller Waste made the decision to pull their trucks off the road today following the heavy snowfall that took place between Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning. Those in area “G” that were scheduled to have recycling and organic waste picked up today are asked to hold on to their waste until their next regular pickup day on Tuesday, December...

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Posted On Thursday, November 19, 2020

The Municipality of Meaford once again has sandbags available for residents to prevent flooding of waterfront homes. Sandbags can be picked up at 157859 7th Line Monday to Friday during regular business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Each household is allowed a maximum of 300 bags. The Municipality is providing bags only; residents are required to get their own sand.  Please contact us at 519-538-1060 ext. 1302 or email roads@meaford.ca in advance of pickup to coordinate availability.
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Posted On Friday, October 30, 2020

Grey-Sauble-Logo-HresA cold front associated with a low-pressure system is forecast to move across Lake Huron and Georgian Bay on Sunday (Nov. 1, 2020) and into Monday (Nov. 2, 2020) bringing with it high winds. Strong northwest winds are expected to develop late Sunday evening and are forecasted to peak overnight and into Monday morning. Maximum sustained wind speeds of 40-50 km per hour with gusts up to 80 km per hour are expected. Winds are forecast to diminish throughout the day Monday, but will...
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Posted On Friday, October 02, 2020

Barb Clumpus (2)This will be an unusually quiet first weekend of October here in Meaford. In pre-Covid times, scarecrows would be hanging from lamp posts, decorating public spaces, and storefronts.  The Scarecrow Invasion Family Festival would get underway and carloads of tourists would be headed to the arena and curling club for the annual  Apple Harvest Craft Show.  It is still an exciting place to visit this weekend,  for scarecrow displays are popping up on lawns and in...
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