Public Works and Parks
The Township invites all residents to place any unwanted items on their boulevard (front yard) on Saturday, October 24, 2015. Throughout the day, other residents will have the opportunity to hunt around the Township looking for amazing finds at no cost. Items generally found in a Treasure Hunt include bicycles, clothing, furniture, garden tools, hardware, sporting goods and tools.
Cawker’s Cove Rd
Residents will be required to have all unclaimed items returned to their residence by Saturday, October 24, 2015 by 4:00 p.m. All items left on the boulevard will NOT be collected in the regular waste pick-up.
For more information about the Scugog Treasure Hunt, please contact Shawna Cornish at 905-985-7346 ext 112. Participants will receive a sign indicating their involvement in the hunt to be display on the boulevard.
The Township held a Public Information Centre (PIC) to provide information as to alternative solutions and to receive input and comments regarding the Seagrave and Scugog Line 8 Municipal Class Environmental Assessments on March 31, 2015.
If you have any questions, please contact the Public Works Department at email@example.com
In 2014, The Township of Scugog held it's very successful PITCH-IN WEEK. Thousands of Canadians show their civic pride each year, cleaning up local neighbourhoods, ravines, waterways and illegal dump sites. Locally we had over 1000 registered volunteers including schools, Scouts, Cubs & Beavers from Port Perry & Blackstock, service clubs & individuals.
To register for this year’s PITCH-IN Week, please click the following link PITCH-IN Week Registration.
For more information, please contact Shawna at 905-985-7346 ext. 112
In accordance the Township of Scugog By-law 36-05 being a by-law to
regulate the temporary closure or occupancy on highways under the jurisdiction
of and within the Township of Scugog:
"WHEREAS, the Municipal Act S.O.2001, as amended, provides that the
council of the Corporation of Township of Scugog may pass a By-law to regulate
the temporary closure or occupancy on highways and that a fee for such Permit
to close or temporarily occupy a highway may be levied in order to maintain
Health and Safety to ensure safe and proper passage around any closure and to
prevent a Nuisance by any person occupying a highway in a manner to cause
damage to the highway or prevent persons from using the highway.”
All applications for a Road Occupancy Permit submitted to the Township
of Scugog for road occupancy on or after January 1, 2015 shall be accompanied
by the appropriate fee in accordance with the Township of Scugog Fees and
Charges By-law 54-14 (as amended).
As of January 1, 2015 the fee for occupying a road in accordance with By-law
36-05 is $200.00 (HST Exempt) per permit.
All applicants including utilities and their agents must submit
the fee along with their application.
For more information, please contact the Public Works & Parks Department
at 905-985-7346 extension 112.
Please be advised that as of Friday, May 9, 2014, the playground structure located at the Carolyn Best Diamonds is closed to the public due to unsafe playground equipment.
The playground structure will be removed as soon as possible.
Alternative playground structures are located in the following areas:
Palmer, Apple Valley, Perry Glen, Poplar, Herbert A. Bruce, Ianson, Couves, Roy Carter, Seagrave and Cartwright Peace Park, Blackstock Arena, Cartwright Fields.
Scugog Line 8 from Highway 7A/12 to Old Simcoe Road will be closed (effective immediately) for bridge repair until further notice
For more information please contact the Township of Scugog Public Works Department at 905-985-7346 ext. 112 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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