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The Township of Malahide has initiated a composting promotion to assist residents in reducing their household waste.   Composters are currently sold at the Township Office at a cost of $35.00 (including HST), and Kitchen Food Waste Containers are also now available at a cost of $3.50 (including HST).

Leaf and Yard Waste – Springfield and Port Bruce

The Leaf and Yard Waste Collection Program is only for residents of Springfield and Port Bruce.  This Fall the collection is scheduled for October 30 to November 24, 2017. There is no limit to the amount of leaf and yard waste that can be set out.  The program is NOT for waste items from farm or commercial or industrial operations.  The material MUST be set out in paper bags which weigh less than 22 kilograms (44 pounds) or bundled in lengths not greater than 1.2 m (4 ft).  Acceptable material includes: leaves, sticks & twigs, garden plants, yard and garden trimmings.

Elgin Clean Water Program

The Elgin Clean Water Program is a rural water quality initiative that provides technical assistance and financial incentives to help landowners embark on stewardship projects. The program was created by four Elgin County Conservation Authorities (Catfish Creek, Kettle Creek, Long Point Region, and Lower Thames Valley).

Watch for School Buses!

Don’t forget to watch for School Buses and obey their overhead flashing lights and Safety Crossing (or Stop) Arms!  Slow down in school zones and watch for children.
Registered owners of vehicles will be charged if their vehicle illegally passes a school bus that is stopped with its red lights flashing.  
 Help keep our children safe.

​Fire Chief Urges Residents to Install Smoke Alarms and Practice Home Fire Escape Plans

The Township of Malahide In the wake of a fatal fire in Brampton, ON on Tuesday, February 14, 2017, the Malahide Fire Service wants to remind the public to make sure that they have working smoke alarms on every storey of their home and outside all sleeping areas, and have practiced a home fire escape plan with everyone in their home. 
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Malahide Council and Staff Mourn the Passing of Deputy Mayor Wolfe

The Township of Malahide would like to express sincere condolences to the family and friends of Deputy Mayor Mike Wolfe, who passed away on January 30, 2017.
Mike Wolfe was elected as Deputy Mayor of Malahide in the October 2014 Municipal Election, having previously served as Councillor Ward 3 from 2012 to 2014.  The Township flags have been lowered to honour his contributions to our community.