Posted on Thursday, May 05, 2022 04:21 PM
Shared on behalf of the Essex County OPP Detachment
The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Essex County Detachment continues to receive calls for police assistance left on the office answering machine after hours, or often hears about an incident after the fact, through a third party but it was never reported to police. This often causes unnecessary delay in responding to calls for service.
The Essex County Detachment phones, including Leamington, Kingsville, Essex, Tecumseh, and Lakeshore...
Posted on Wednesday, May 04, 2022 05:25 PM
The Community Support Centre of Essex County (CSC) is conducting a Community Needs Assessment survey. The purpose of the needs assessment is to gain a better understanding of the needs of seniors and older adults residing in Essex County, particularly in the Municipality of Lakeshore and the Town of Essex.
Direct access to the survey can be found here: https://chkmkt.com/CSC_Needs_Assessment
The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and will be available from Monday, May 3rd...
Posted on Monday, May 02, 2022 09:40 AM
Candidate, voter, and third-party advertiser information available at Lakeshore.ca/Election
Monday, May 2, 2022 marks the opening of the candidate nomination period for municipal elections across Ontario.
In the Municipality of Lakeshore, prospective candidates may download and review nomination packages on the Candidate Information page.
To file nomination forms, candidates are encouraged to make an appointment with the Civic Affairs division by contacting 519-728-1975 ext. 265 to ensure...
Posted on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 08:03 PM
Residents invited to share how they’re prepared for a chance to win a 72-hour survival kit
Sunday May 1st to Saturday May 7th is Emergency Preparedness Week! The week serves as an important reminder for how Lakeshore residents can be prepared for any emergency that comes their way.
“The best time to get prepared is now, because once an emergency hits it could be too late,” said Lakeshore Fire Chief Don Williamson. “This week is an opportunity to go over your emergency evacuation...
Posted on Monday, April 25, 2022 05:00 PM
By-law amendment aims to reduce impact of truck traffic on Class B Roads
At a meeting last week, Council of the Municipality of Lakeshore approved a by-law amendment designed to reduce the impact of heavy traffic and extend the life of local roads.
The amendment to By-law 2-2002 (By-law to Regulate Traffic on Highways) introduces year-round load restrictions on all of Lakeshore’s Class B Roads. The change means heavy truck traffic will be required to stick to designated routes, including County Roads.