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Notice to Residents and Property Owners regarding Noxious Weeds

NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in possession of any land or a lot in a registered plan of subdivision or on any lot not exceeding ten acres, in accordance with the Weed Control Act, Statutes of Ontario, 1990, Chapter W.5, Section 3, 13, 16, 18 and 23, that unless noxious weeds growing on their lands within the municipalities listed below are destroyed by June 8, 2020 and throughout the season, the municipality may then enter upon the said lands and have the weeds destroyed, charging the costs against the land as set out in the Act.
 

Open Air Burning

Under the current declaration of a State of Emergency in Malahide Township, we are pleased to advise that Open Air Burn permits for farm properties continue to be issued throughout the Township.  Please ensure that you are strictly complying with the terms of your Permit to ensure that our staff are not unnecessarily called upon to respond.  Our volunteer firefighters not only respond to fire, but to medical emergencies as well.  If they are responding to a burn complaint they may not be available to respond to someone in need as a result of COVID-19.
Without a permit, you may:

Covid-19 Coronavirus

 The Township of Malahide takes the health of residents, visitors and staff as top priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, effective immediately, the Malahide Community Place and the South Dorchester community hall will be closed to the public. All bookings will be cancelled until further notice. The Community Services Coordinator will be in contact with current renters directly. 
 

Leave room for Snow Plows

Snow plows and sander-salt trucks travel at a slower speed than regular traffic.  Site lines and visibility near a working snowplow are severely restricted by blowing snow, and passing can be dangerous.  
When you see the flashing blue light from these vehicles remain a safe distance behind for the safety of both you and our snow equipment operators.
Thank you for your co-operation and patience.  
 

Seconds can Save a Life.

Minutes can seem like an eternity to those waiting for help.   Everyday, police, fire, and ambulance vehicles respond to urgent calls.   Precious time lost getting there could mean the difference between life and death.
The biggest problem for emergency vehicles in reaching the scene is motorists who don’t allow responding vehicles to get through, especially during peak traffic times.
PULL TO THE RIGHT AND STOP.    It is the law for any driver to pull to the right and stop for emergency vehicle(s) approaching from either direction.
 

Don't forget to use the E-Waste Bin located at Malahide Community Place - 12105 Whittaker Road, Springfield

An Electronic Waste (e-waste) Bin has been installed, in partnership with the Elgin County Library Branches and the STEAM Centre in St. Thomas. Drop off your e-waste 24/7 including TVs, computer monitors, keyboards, mice, printers, scanners, fax machines, microwaves, modems, routers, cell phones, telephones, computer towers, cords, batteries, satellite receivers, cable boxes, printer cartridges, radios, blenders, food processers, VCRs, DVD players, laptops, stereos, speakers, vacuums, power tools, tablets, gaming consoles and peripherals, to support the STEAM program.

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