Summer Wind Down at the Museum
It's been a great summer! Let's celebrate by learning more about our town through our local museum.
Join us Wednesday, August 23rd at 4:30pm - 7:00pm.
Scavenger Hunt & Free Hot Dogs by the Manitouwadge Archival & Historical Society Museum Committee.
Community Services Department
18-hole, 4 person Best Ball
Saturday, September 16th, 2017
10:00am shotgun start
Summer Time Fun
Join us at Oasis Pool on Thursday, July 27th, 2017
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
There will be a BBQ, Swimming and Pool Games!
2017 Youth Drop-In
Community Recreation Centre
Monday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm & 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Wednesday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm & 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Friday: 12:00pm - 4:00 pm
Children under 10 must be with a guardian / parent
Calling all Photographers!
The Township is moving toward a new website and we are in need of a collection of high quality photos of Manitouwadge!
Get Active Manitouwadge!
Get Active Manitouwadge is the perfect opportunity to try
Starting on July 3rd. No Cost; lessons and equipment are free!
Don't get TICKED outdoors!
Most ticks in the Thunder Bay district are harmless. However, blacklegged ticks (formerly called deer ticks) have been found in the district. Blacklegged ticks have tested positive in the
district for Lyme disease.
NWMO to Focus Field Studies on Fewer Communities
No more geological studies planned in Central Huron and White River, both continue to play a role.
ATTENTION RESIDENTS OF MANITOUWADGE
Please note that the Bear Dumpsters Situated around town are for KITCHEN WASTE ONLY
Therefore: Steel, Construction/Building Materials, Furniture/Appliances,
Yard Waste, & Engine Blocks, Etc.
ARE NOT PERMITTED.
If these items continue to be disposed of in the Bear Dumpsters, the Dumpsters may be removed.
Thank you for your co-operation
The Public Works Department
The Corporation of the
TOWNSHIP OF MANITOUWADGE
1 Mississauga Drive
Manitouwadge, ON P0T 2C0
Telephone: (807) 826-3227 Fax: (807) 826-4592
Improvements to Highway 614 Black River Bridge, 20.6 km North of Highway 17 and 32.2 South of Manitouwadge
On October 12, 2016, Council passed By-law 2016-22; "Being a By-law to provide a Rebate of Taxes for Eligible Low-Income Seniors or Low-Income Persons with Disabilities". Full details of this program, and eligibility requirements can be found on our website under Town Hall - By-laws - Financial/Treasury or follow the link: By-Law 2016-22.
If you qualify and would like to submit an application, the form can be found under Town Hall - Forms or follow the link:
If you have any questions regarding this program contact:
Margaret Hartling, CAO/Clerk-Treasurer
NOTICE OF CHANGE TO GARBAGE COLLECTION SCHEDULE
Areas affected; MINAKI PLACE, ESSA PLACE, MONA DRIVE
Please be advised that effective Tuesday, November 22nd, the regular scheduled Tuesday garbage collection for Minaki Place, Essa Place, and Mona Drive will take place on Thursday’s until further notice.
If you reside in the affected areas, please put your garbage out on Thursday’s effective November 24th, 2016.
Thank you for your cooperation in helping make the garbage collection process more efficient.
Improvements to Highway 614 Black River Bridge, 20.6 km North of Highway 17 and 32.2 km South of Manitouwadge.
Please click on link for further details.
The Township is pleased to announce we have partnered with Jim Moffatt Enterprises Ltd and, effective immediately, Landfill passes can now be purchased at 2-Doors Down.
Skatepark and Tennis Court Facility Status
Change in office hours for public to attend The Municipal Administration Complex (Town Hall)
Effective Monday, September 14, 2015, the Township of Manitouwadge Municipal Administration Complex (Town Hall)
will be opened to the public Monday to Friday from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. (open during lunch)
Reminder that there is a drop box to the left of the main entrance to the Municipal Administration Complex
(Town Hall) which may be used to drop off Payments, Registration Forms, Building Permits etc. outside of
Hours of Operation.
March 17, 2015 - Coyote/Wolf Sightings and Trapping Season
Fire Chief, Owen Cranney Urges Residents to Install Smoke Alarms and Practice Home Fire Escape Plans
Fatal Fire Investigation Confirms the Need for Early Detection, Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services