Following up from the May 29th public meeting the Maitland Valley Conservation Authority and Town of Minto will host a second public meeting to discuss Harriston flooding Tuesday, November 27 at 6:30pm at the Harriston Minto Community Complex 111 George Street South, Harriston, Ontario.
Notice of Public Open Houses Wednesday October 31, 2018
Landscape Design Plans: Clifford, Harriston, Palmerston Cemeteries
The NWYPN is preparing for their official launch and first event on Thursday October 4th, 2018.
The Minto Cultural Roundtable is excited to announce a diverse, cultural line up of events for 2018 Culture Days on September 28, 29 and 30, 2018!
In the next 25 years Palmerston may grow by 1,725 people living in another 625 households. Town Council reviewed the first draft of the West Palmerston Secondary Plan August 7, 2018.
Pedestrian crossovers are a new way for pedestrians to easily and safely cross the road. By law, drivers and cyclists must stop and yield to pedestrians intending to cross the road, and wait for them to completely reach the other side before driving.
Do you have questions about the succession planning process? If so, you need to sign up for the FREE SuccessionMatching Community Project (SMCP) Webinar Series!
The 2018 municipal election has officially begun, as nomination papers were due July 27 at 2 p.m. The municipal election includes seven candidates for five councillor positions, one incumbent councillor acclaimed as deputy mayor, and two candidates for the mayor's position.
Gurmit Singh has invested heavily in the reconstruction and renovation of of 212 Main St. in Palmerston. On July 23, Singh spoke about his plans for the building and helping local entrepreneurs.
Residents looking to enjoy a campfire this weekend can safely do so. On July 23 Minto Fire announced that the total open-air burn ban that was placed on July 11 has been lifted.
A Public Meeting regarding the Harriston Flooding was held on Tuesday May 29 at 6:30 pm at the Harriston - Minto Community Complex.
The Town of Minto has received gold status as a Youth Friendly Community from Play Works, a group of provincially recognized youth organizations that work together to encourage communities to open doors and reinvest in youth play.
Norwell DSS Life Skills created a Community Court Mural in the Palmerston Lions Heritage Park!