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Welcome to Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan

Updated: Sep 17 14
 Created: Feb 11 14

A collage of photos - people enjoying outdoor activities like tobogganing, canoeing and more.

Some of the activities to be enjoyed in our township.  We hope you enjoy exploring it.

See more pics in the Photo Gallery

NOTICE - Flood Warning Still in Effect

Updated: May 19 17
 Created: Apr 13 17

The flood warning has been extended to May 26th. Water levels are decreasing however high water is still contributing to flooding along the Madawaska River. Going into the long weekend, all residents and visitors should be aware that there is an increased risk to public safety because of high water. There are strong currents and hidden dangers under the water especially for people not familiar with the area. Additionally, bacteria and contamination in the water in flooded areas could cause an increased health risk to swimmers. Residents and visitors are being asked to avoid recreational boating on flooded waters as the increased wave action could contribute to shoreline erosion.

Road Closures due to floodingTag Alder Lane, Cedar Grove Road from civic address 1059 and Schroder Road, effective May 6th.

Re-opened Roads: Homestead Rd has Re-opened as of May 19,2017. 

Sand Bags: Sand bags need to be disposed of properly as they could be contaminated. They should not be used on beaches, gardens, or sand boxes. Residents should wear gloves when handling and moving sand bags. The township is arranging to have sand bags picked up from the affected properties next week. We are asking that you move the sand bags to a location that is convenient for pick up, such as the end of your drive way.

Water: We have clean drinking water available at the township for any residents that are in need. Please bring your own containers for filling.

Flood Clean Up: Tipping fees will be waived on flood/water damaged household items and materials taken to the Brudenell Waste Site during regular waste site hours on May 20th and May 24th.

Red Cross Assistance: Please see attached flyer for more information about the assistance available through the Red Cross.

Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians Program :

This provincial program is designed to help people affected by natural disasters get back on their feet. The program provides assistance for emergency expenses and costs to repair or replace essential property. The program has been activated for eligible homeowners, tenants, small owner-operated businesses and farms, and not-for-profit organizations within our municipal boundary that were affected by the recent flooding. If you are interested in submitting an application or learning more about this provincial program, please visit:>.

You can find the program guidelines, frequently asked questions and application forms on this website.

Application deadline for this program is: Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Residents that are experiencing flooding of their wells and or septic systems are advised not to drink their water, and to have it tested. Residents are asked to contact the Renfrew County District Health Unit at 613-735-8654 for testing details and further information regarding safe drinking water. Information is also available at

Updated: Aug 17 16
 Created: Jun 30 16

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry - Flood Warning Still in Effect- May 18, 2017

Updated: May 18 17
 Created: Apr 05 17

The Pembroke District Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is advising residents that a Flood Warning remains in effect for Renfrew County, please see attached poster for more details.

County of Renfrew Flood Impact & Recovery

Updated: May 17 17
 Created: May 01 17

Please follow the link below to the County of Renfrew Flood Impact & Recovery Document. The document was prepared to support communities and provide essential information to flood victims.

Renfrew County and District Health Unit - Media Release

Updated: May 18 17
 Created: May 18 17

Please see attached media release in regards to flood recovery.

BLR Community Yard Sale

Updated: May 10 17
 Created: May 10 17

Spring has Sprung! Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan holding a Community Yard Sale May 20th, 2017 at the Palmer Rapids Arena! See attached poster for more details!

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms Available at BLR TWP Office!

Updated: May 12 17
 Created: May 12 17

Having a working smoke alarm and carbon alarms is the LAW! You can now purchase your alarms at the Municipal Office. Please see attached poster for prices. 

Household Hazardous Waste Day July 8,2017

Updated: May 12 17
 Created: Apr 05 17

The Townships of Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan and Madawaska Valley are holding a Household Hazardous Waste Day on Saturday July 8, 2017. Please see attached poster for further details.


January 16th 2017 Survey Connecting Canadians

Updated: Mar 01 17
 Created: Mar 01 17

Please see attached for more details

1st Annual Gun & Sportsman Show

Updated: Mar 03 17
 Created: Jan 18 17

The BLR Recreation Committee and The Madawaska Valley Fish & Game Club have partnered together to host the 1st Annual BLR Gun & Sportsman Show. See poster for full details.

Treasurers' Statement of Remuneration and Expenses 2016

Updated: Feb 13 17
 Created: Feb 13 17

See attached

County of Renfrew Official Plan

Updated: Sep 29 16
 Created: Sep 29 16

See here for the details on wood and oil burning.

Trivia Night

Updated: May 15 17
 Created: May 15 17

The Palmer Rapids Public School's graduating class is hosting a Trivia Night fundraiser. Please see attached poster for more information on how you can enter a team. 

Accessible Washroom Tender

Updated: May 18 17
 Created: May 18 17

Please see attached for full details on tender. See attached diagram.

News Highlights

Barry's Bay and Area Senior Citizens Home Support Services

Barry's Bay and Area Senior Citizens Home Support provides an excellent service for the senior citizens in this area. Please click on the link to their website to see all they have to . . .  Read more

New Physician Recruitment Coordinator

See here for the full press release. Follow the link for the physician recruitment webpage.. . .  Read more

Ontario Black Bear Management

Click on the link to see the approved changes to the spring black bear hunting pilot. . . .  Read more