Meaford Council News

Meaford Closes Municipal Facilities Due to COVID-19 Precautions

covid19002 270Although the threat of COVID-19 remains low in Meaford, the municipality is taking proactive measures to limit virus transmission.

The Municipality of Meaford’s top priority is the health and safety of our residents and staff. Although the Municipality of Meaford is still at low-risk, we are taking precautionary steps to protect our staff and community from COVID-19. The Emergency Control Group has decided to close all offices, facilities, and non-essential services beginning at noon today, March 16, 2020 until further notice,” the municipality said in a press release issued on Monday afternoon.

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Council Approves Rehabilitation of Shoreline Parks

fred raper debris 1111 270After months of being battered by high winds mixed with high water levels resulting in significant amounts of debris rendering playground equipment unsafe, at their March 9 meeting Meaford's council approved the rehabilitation of Fred Raper Park and David Johnston Park. And though the recommendation from staff was to remove any playground equipment and other features in order to re-naturalize the areas, council opted to ensure that playground equipment remains.

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Municipality Looking to Fill Advisory Committee Vacancies

mfd ops ctr 270Do you have expertise, experience, or energy to share? Are you looking for a way to give back to your community? The Municipality of Meaford is seeking volunteers to fill vacancies on their Community Policing Advisory Committee, Committee of Adjustment, and Meaford Business Improvement Area (BIA).

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