Posted on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 09:18 AM
Have Your Say in Lakeshore's Virtual Town Hall as We Build Our Community Safety and Well-Being Plan
We encourage you to sign up for Lakeshore's virtual town hall meeting to help shape the region's first regional community safety and well-being (CSWB) plan. Organizers will gather input on residents’ priorities and concerns across a number of topics, including financial security, mental and physical health, education, crime, housing, and other factors that impact their community’s safety and well-being.
Posted on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 04:36 PM
New Playground Equipment for Geralyn Tellier-Perdu Memorial Park in St. Joachim
The Geralyn Tellier-Perdu Memorial Park in St. Joachim will receive a new playground structure in the southwest corner of the park and an additional structure in the northeast area of the park this year.
The playground upgrade includes:
- Removal and restoration of the existing playground structures in the southwest corner, which has exceeded the 20 year useful life;
- The northwest area will receive...
Posted on Friday, February 12, 2021 11:27 AM
Posted on Tuesday, February 02, 2021 03:13 PM
Lakeshore reminds residents to stay away and stay off the ice on all water retention ponds.
Water Retention Ponds are designed to store vast amounts of water as part of Lakeshore’s stormwater management system. Storm water sewers drain into the ponds which hold the water until it is pumped into the lake.
The ice is subject to fluctuating water levels in the ponds, several of which have pumps which are set to automatically turn on and off pending conditions in Lakeshore’s...
Posted on Tuesday, February 02, 2021 02:49 PM
Once a rare sight, these days it’s not uncommon to see a flock of wild turkeys in residential neighbourhoods. Drawn into urban and suburban areas looking for food and mates, wild turkeys are loved by some but may be a nuisance or source of fear for others.
Ways to solve a wild turkey problem
1. Don’t feed wild turkeys
- Turkeys are often looking for food. They typically eat berries, seeds, plants, insects and small vertebrates (i.e. frogs, snakes).
- The first step towards encouraging...