Posted on Tuesday, June 20, 2023 03:32 PM
The Municipality of Meaford is launching a citizen-led non-profit "Main Street" organization to support downtown revitalization and needs your support.
Main Street is a framework for locally owned, locally driven prosperity and local citizens, businesses and supporters, working in collaboration. A number of community events are planned to bring awareness to and build interest in this initiative.
The first round of events will include a presentation on the Main Street framework and goal setting...
Posted on Friday, June 16, 2023 01:35 PM
Staff from the Municipality of Meaford are thrilled to offer a new monthly e-Newsletter to help residents stay-up-to-date on news, Council, Committee, and Board meetings, monthly programming, and updates on municipal services.
Distributed at the start of each month through email, the e-Newsletter will help keep residents informed and empowered to make the most out of the exciting opportunities, events, and services the Municipality of Meaford has to offer.
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Posted on Wednesday, June 14, 2023 05:24 PM
The Municipality of Meaford has lifted the Fire Ban effective immediately. Thank you for your patience.
Please visit www.meaford.ca/Fire for more information and to obtain a burn permit.
For Further Information, Contact:
Courtney Allen Fire Chief Municipality of Meaford 81 Stewart Street West, Meaford 519-538-1060 extension 1600 | email@example.com
Posted on Wednesday, June 14, 2023 11:30 AM
Beginning Monday, June 19, 2023, work will begin to replace the existing pea gravel playground surfaces at Peter Cameron Park and Bognor Community Park with engineered wood fiber.
During the Municipality’s annual playground inspection in 2022, third party inspectors identified pea gravel as being no longer recognized as a safe grounding material for playgrounds, and recommended that the Municipality replace existing pea gravel surfaces with engineered wood fiber.
Please be advised, this work will...
Posted on Monday, June 05, 2023 09:22 AM
The Municipality of Meaford would like to advise the public that there is not currently an open-air fire ban in place in Grey County.
The fire hazard rating throughout the province remains high to extreme, and the Grey County Fire Chiefs are monitoring and evaluating conditions daily. The Municipality of Meaford Fire Department asks anyone considering an open-air fire or campfire to be extremely cautious and follow local municipal by-laws and regulations.
The Fire Department reminds the public to...