Municipal Facilities Closed to the Public
To comply with the Provincial Emergency Break period, the Town Hall will be closed to the public as of Tuesday, April 6th, 2021. 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 off a payment in the mail slot at the Police Station located at 15 Coleman Street. We encourage residents to use these means of payment if at all possible. Town Hall does offer
April 1, 2021
Happy Earth Day
Happy Earth Day from the Town of Carleton Place - We would like to encourage our residents to be actively involved in protecting our environment. Increasing your recycling activities, purchasing a backyard composter, using a rain barrel, planting trees or a garden, picking up litter while out for walk, or just getting outside to enjoy our parks and pathways are just a few ways you can help protect our urban environment. Residents can also volunteer with our Urban Forest/River Corridor Committee or the Carleton Place Environmental Advisory Committee to help guide change within our community.
April 22, 2021
Lawn Watering Restrictions
Lawn Watering Restrictions – The Town recently updated its Water Control By-law and wanted to provide residents with notice of restrictions that come into effect on May 1st until September 30th of each calendar year.
Residents are permitted to water their lawns and landscaping on the following days:
Odd Calendar Days – Odd Numbered Homes
Even Calendar Days – Even Numbered Homes
During the month of JULY, residents are only permitted to water their lawns during the designated hours:
Evening: 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Additionally, residents are permitted to water
April 20, 2021
Burn Ban Lifted
Effective, Tuesday April 20th, 2021, Ocean Wave Fire Company will be lifting the fire ban for Carleton Place. Please continue to monitor weather conditions when you decide to have a campfire. Be mindful of the wind and smoke for your neighbouring properties. Residents must follow the municipalities open air burn bylaw. Make sure you check with your current municipality for proper burning regulations, not all municipalities are allowing open air burning.
April 19, 2021