GARBAGE COLLECTION CHANGES - CIVIC WEEKEND HOLIDAY MONDAY
Please be advised that regular Monday garbage collection on the civic holiday (Monday August 3, 2015) will take place on Friday July 31, 2015. For more information, view the garbage collection flyer.
SAVE THE DATE - UPDATE ON THE BEACHVILLE AREA AIR QUALITY ASSESSMENT
On Tuesday September 1st, 2015 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at the Colombo Club in Beachville, all residents are invited to attend an update on local air monitoring. For more information, view the flyer here.
OXFORD COUNTY WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAM
Residents of Oxford County are reminded that a water conservation program is in effect and that all water systems owned by Oxford County are subject to restrictions on the external use of water. The external use of municipal water is restricted as noted in this information flyer.
Water is a valuable resource and any property owner deemed by the County to be abusing the available water supply by watering at times other than as approved by this by-law, or other activities detrimental to the water supply, will be subject to penalties.
Permits are required for automatic sprinkler systems, initial swimming pool filling, extended watering hours for new seed/sod, non-profit organization fund-raising events and permits for special consideration.
Thank you to all the members of the community who attended the public workshops and shared their vision, hopes, and dreams for the future of our collective community at the SWOX 2030 workshops held in Mount Elgin, Brownsville, Sweaburg, and Beachville.
The responses are currently being compiled and will be posted to this site shortly. If you are still interested in sharing your thoughts, please contact any member of SWOX council.
OPP Citizen Self-Reporting
The Ontario Provincial Police is pleased to offer Citizen Self Reporting, an alternative reporting option that allows the public to report specific crimes to police via the internet, anywhere, anytime. The OPP’s Citizens Self Reporting system allows members of the public to use a computer or mobile device to report an incident without requiring an officer to attend the scene.
Citizen Self Reporting is simple and convenient and can be used when reporting incidents that do not involve injury or a suspect, or a crime that is not an emergency. The use of this new system is completely optional. Police will still attend a call for service if desired.
Visit the website yourself to check it out:
2015 Budget Approved
- By-Law & Final Budget