Due to the recent close calls in Malahide, and not so close calls in area municipalities along with the dry conditions and prospects of rain at a minimum, Malahide is placing a burn ban into effect until environmental conditions change. Environment Canada has also issued an extreme air quality warning in Elgin for the next couple of days that can only be exacerbated by unnecessary burning. Campfires for the purpose of cooking or heating are the ONLY exceptions. These campfires MUST be no greater than 24" in diameter, in a non-combustible container, and attended at all times with a source of extinguishment nearby.
Dear Members of the Business Community,
On behalf of Council of the Township of Malahide, I would like to thank-you for selecting the Township of Malahide as a potential location for doing business.
Malahide’s rich farmland and Carolinian forests surround the Town of Aylmer in South Western Ontario on the north shore of Lake Erie. In 1998 the Township of Malahide was amalgamated with the Township of South Dorchester and the Village of Springfield to form one municipality. The Township of Malahide was named after a famous and historic castle in Ireland.
The Township of Malahide has recently completed an Official Plan and Comprehensive Zoning By-law for the entire Township. The Township is proud to maintain it’s agricultural base but welcomes new residential and commercial development.
We are very proud of the “Business Community” that calls Malahide home. Any municipality can sell you a location but Malahide offers you a diverse culture, atmosphere, a highly qualified workforce and a wonderful quality of life in a rural environment with the amenities offered by larger centres close at hand.
Join us in Malahide, where our proud traditions have created a bright future.
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