Lakeshore Waves Newsletter - March/April 2023
Posted on Thursday, March 02, 2023 05:16 PM
Ice Storm Branch Cleanup in Lakeshore
Posted on Wednesday, March 01, 2023 12:55 PM
Lakeshore Adds Curbside Tree Branch Pickups in Rural Areas
Service requests of roadside pickups must be submitted by Friday, March 3
Residents outside of Lakeshore’s urban areas may submit a request for roadside pickup of tree branches and limbs downed by the recent storm. Requests must be submitted by Friday, March 3 at 4:00 PM.
Residents living in rural areas are asked to use the Report A Problem request form found on the municipality’s website at Lakeshore.ca/ReportAProblem. To generate a service request...
Intermittent Outages Affecting Lakeshore Phones
Posted on Friday, February 24, 2023 05:20 PM
Lakeshore facilities continue to be impacted by intermittent telephone outages caused by the recent winter storm.
Inbound callers may experience call failures or disconnections, and may be prompted to try again.
As an alternative, residents can use the Atlas Tube Recreation Centre’s direct line at 519-727-0470 to reach Lakeshore's Public Service Unit.
Non-emergency issues can continue to be reported to Lakeshore at www.Lakeshore.ca/ReportAProblem.
Town Hall Closed Today
Posted on Thursday, February 23, 2023 11:47 AM
Lakeshore Town Hall is closed to the public, effective immediately, due to ongoing telephone and power outages.
The Atlas Tube Recreation Centre remains open to the public. However, intermittent phone outages are affecting both inbound and outbound calls.
Non-emergency issues can continue to be reported to Lakeshore at www.Lakeshore.ca/ReportAProblem or by calling the Public Service Unit at 519-728-2700 ext. 0. Alternatively, residents can use the Atlas Tube Recreation Centre’s direct line at...
Lakeshore Asking for Caution During Winter Storm Clean Up
Posted on Thursday, February 23, 2023 09:15 AM
Comber Community Centre and Fairgrounds closed due to downed power line
The Municipality of Lakeshore is asking residents to be careful as they clean up from the winter storm that created icy conditions throughout the region.
The Comber Community Centre and Fairgrounds are currently closed due to a downed power line. Residents should avoid the area until further notice.
The accumulation of ice on trees has also created a hazard in many areas, including other local parks. Although roads are in good...