Posted on Friday, October 29, 2021 01:40 PM
Reminder: Delegation requests and written comments must be submitted by 4:30 PM on Monday, November 1.
The Municipality of Lakeshore will host a Special Meeting on Tuesday, November 2 to share information about the Municipality’s flooding response efforts as well as hear from community members and property owners who have been affected by local flooding.
The virtual meeting, which kicks off at 6:00 PM and will be streamed at Lakeshore.ca/TV, will include a brief presentation...
Posted on Thursday, October 28, 2021 01:53 PM
Check out these Halloween Safety Tips from Lakeshore's community partners:
Essex County OPP's Halloween Safety Tips
Shared on behalf of the OPP.
First and foremost Essex County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) encourages families to follow public health advice and measures from public health experts to help guide your decision for a safe and healthy Halloween.
If your child does head out for the annual trick-or-treating tradition, Essex County OPP has the following safety tips and suggestions...
Posted on Wednesday, October 06, 2021 04:42 PM
Several public park facilities in the Municipality of Lakeshore have been the site of vandalism and significant property damage over the past month.
In mid- to late-September, Lakeshore staff attended nine outdoor public washrooms which had seen extensive damage including broken mirrors, clogged toilets, and even a melted garbage can inside a facility. Unfortunately, the damage also forced the early closure of these facilities for the year.
More recently, catch basins at local parks have had their...
Posted on Wednesday, October 06, 2021 09:33 AM
The Municipality of Lakeshore rolled out the first round of its smoke testing program along County Road 2 (Old Tecumseh Road) last week, which is part of a broader effort to mitigate the impact of flooding.
Smoke testing uses a white, non-toxic vapour to identify locations where storm water is entering the sanitary sewer system. The process will help the Municipality identify problem areas and prioritize necessary improvements in both public and private systems.
A report on the...
Posted on Friday, October 01, 2021 04:14 PM
Activities scheduled for October 3 to 9
The Municipality of Lakeshore Fire Department is putting the call out to residents to “get loud” and test their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms as part of annual Fire Prevention Week efforts.
The theme of this year’s Fire Prevention Week, which runs from October 3-9, is “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety.” The theme serves as an important reminder for residents to check and test alarms, replace batteries, and ensure they’re in proper working order.