Town Hall Closure During Stay-at-home Order
Town Hall Closure – To comply with the Provincial Stay-at-home Order , the Town Hall will be closed to the public as of Thursday, January 14th, 2021 for a period of 28 days (February 11th). Even though the facility will be closed to the public, all departments are open for business. Please contact staff by phone or email .
Payments Owing to the Town - For any payments owing to the Town, options include online or telephone banking, mailing a cheque to the Town Hall or dropping a payment off in the mail slot at the Police Station located at 15 Coleman Street. We encourage residents
January 13, 2021
Obituary for Councillor Theresa Fritz
Journalist and Councillor Theresa Fritz fondly remembered by friends, colleagues. Popular community leader died suddenly and unexpectedly on January 10th
BY JEFF MAGUIRE
Theresa Fritz was one of the most active people in the Carleton Place community. As a two-term member of Carleton Place Town Council she was a visible and very active presence in the town. She was involved in so many important aspects of community life.
Theresa was also a busy wife and mother and a dedicated member of the communications team at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) in nearby Ottawa.
January 17, 2021
Dog Tag Renewal
Residents are reminded that under By-law 122-2018, every dog or cat owner is required to register their animals. For cats, it is a one-time registration. Dog owners are required to purchase an annual licence for each dog. These requirements are in place to assist the animal control officers in ensuring that any lost, injured or stray animals can be returned to their owners.
Currently, the Town Hall is closed to the public due to the Provincial Stay-at-home Order. To renew your pet licence(s), you may drop off payment at the Fire/OPP Station (located at the main doors of the OPP entrance)
January 14, 2021
Public Notice - Tree Clearing
McDonald Brothers Construction will be onsite on Lake Avenue East this week (January 13-15) clearing brush and vegetation in preparation for the construction of the new 128-bed Revera Long-term Care Home.
As part of the Class 3 Development Approval, the developer undertook a Tree Preservation Plan to examine the health, calliper and value of trees on the site. Two stands of mature and healthy trees are proposed to be retained on the northern property line, with an additional 32 trees to be replanted in clusters across the site including 7 Hackberry trees (the Town’s official tree).
January 13, 2021