Fire permit forms HERE.
Statistics Canada Is Hiring
Statistics Canada is hiring local employees for the 2021 Census. Schooling, housing, health, and emergency services are all planned using census data.
They are looking to hire approximately 32,000 census employees to count every person in Canada.
For more information visit here
National Volunteer Week
National Volunteer Week is a time to celebrate and thank Canada’s 12.7 million volunteers.
Volunteering is often seen as a selfless act; a person gives their time, skills, experience, and passion to help others, without expecting anything in return. And while volunteering is a form of service, many volunteers will tell you that “you get more than you give”. From opportunities to develop new skills, to finding deep and meaningful personal connections, the magic of volunteering is that it creates social and economic value for all.
A big thank you to all our Prince Township volunteers.
Always needed and forever appreciated.
It’s tempting to jump right in and start throwing meat on the grill, but it’s dangerous if you aren’t careful. Barbecue maintenance and proper use is key to enjoying your time on the patio without risk of injury. Follow these do’s and don’ts of barbecuing to make sure that the only things on fire at the dinner table are your grilling skills.
Permits ensure that construction within the municipality meets with standards set out in the Ontario Building Code. No matter what the specific project may be, the enforcement of codes is carried out to protect public health, safety and welfare. Compliance with municipal by-laws such as the Zoning By-law is also evaluated during the review process.
Building permits are typically required for the following:
• New buildings
• Renovations or alterations
• Prefabricated structures
• HVAC systems (heating, ventilation, air conditioning)
• Miscellaneous for residential (pools, fireplaces, decks, fences, etc.)
• Temporary buildings
• Installing new windows and exterior doors
• Installing new shingles or metal roofing
• Installing new cladding (siding, stucco, etc.)
To be sure, contact the Building Division at 705-759-5398 or email email@example.com, describe the work to be done and investigate what the requirements are.
Spring into Safety
As we transition to spring and enjoy the warmer weather it is important to stay alert. Wildlife is waking up, protecting their young, and becoming more active.
Keep your home safe by:
Prince Twp. Library Hours
Prince Township has a well stocked library with a huge assortment of rich literature including children's books, novels, nonfiction reference books and much much more.
Due to the Stay-At-Home order we will be going back to contactless curbside pickups. Please call 705-779-2992 Ext.5 and leave a message with your book requests.
Someone will get back to you as soon as possible with your pickup details.
"There is not such a cradle of democracy upon the earth as the Free Public Library, this republic of letters, where neither rank, office, nor wealth receives the slightest consideration. " - Andrew Carnegie
EarlyON Center Hours
EarlyON centers offer free drop-in programs for caregivers and children from birth to 6 years old. You can learn and play with your child, meet people, or get advice.
Closed till further notice
Pre-registration is required at www.keyon.ca
Social distancing is in effect
Hours are subject to change with little notice. Check our facebook page: EarlyOn Child and Family Centre "Prince Township"
Please note that socks or indoor shoes are required while visiting. The centre also is a PEANUT FREE ZONE. For the safety of children who have life-threatening peanut allergies, please do not bring peanuts or nut products into the centre. Thank you.