Construction Update - July 13 2018
Summer Road Reconstruction/Rehabilitation Program – High Street
The Town of Carleton Place Public Works Department would like to announce that Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited has been awarded the contract for the 2018 road reconstruction and rehabilitation program. Public Works staff have received a schedule from Aecon Construction Ontario East Limited and have installed signage on High Street. Work is expected to begin on Monday, July 16th. Activity will begin on High Street with the mobilization of equipment within the construction zone. Crews will also be starting the
July 13, 2018
Lawn Watering Bylaw
The Public Works and By-law Enforcement Departments are kindly requesting that residents reduce outdoor water consumption until further notice. The lack of precipitation has resulted in a substantial increase on demand for water from our water treatment plant (double the usual amount). It is vital that residents strictly adhere to the Lawn Watering By-law (By-law 19-2002) to ensure that the water tower has enough reserve for normal operations and to provide fire protection services for the community.
Should the current water use levels remain, the Town will have to consider further
July 11, 2018
Fire Ban In Effect
Due to the recent weather we have been experiencing, and no sign of rain in our long range forecast, most Lanark County Fire Services have issued a complete fire ban. At this time we are not allowing any form of open air burning in the Town of Carleton Place.
Thank you for helping keep our community safe. Should you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Ocean Wave Fire Company at 613-257-5526
July 11, 2018
Community Branding Refresh
If you work, live and play in Carleton Place, then one thing’s for sure: you have an opinion about our town.
As Carleton Place continues to grow and foster our economic and residential growth, the Town of Carleton Place wants to ensure its branding, messaging and marketing reflect the lifestyle that’s to be portrayed to possible future entrepreneurs, residents and visitors coming to our town.
To do this, the Town of Carleton Place has hired Cat’s Cove Communications through a grant opportunity in order to research and determine how the town can best put out its
July 3, 2018