This project includes the rehabilitation of the Bell Tower due to deteriorating structural conditions.  The tower was removed in 2019 due to safety concerns. 

Built in 1873, the historic building has been used in a number of capacities over the years; including Municipal offices, jail, court house, theatre, roller skating rink, movie house, fire station, and ladies undergarment factory. As stated in the local papers at the time, “This hall will be no less an ornament to the village than a credit to the liberality, enterprise and intelligence of its inhabitants.” The Tower is in need of repair to maintain the structure of this Canadian monument.

The work includes engineering, design, rehabilitation, and installation of the bell tower to it's previous appearance.

For more information please contact:

Kevin Arsenault

Capital Project Technologist

181 Perry Street, P.O. Box 780,

Port Perry, ON L9L 1A7

Tel: 905-985-7346 ext. 138