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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

Updated: Aug 02 19
 Created: Jul 29 19


 

 

 

A TOTAL FIRE BAN has been issued for the Township of Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan effective Monday, July 29, 2019. 

No open air fires of any kind, including campfires, charcoal BBQ's and fireworks

Offenders will be penalized according to By-Law 2010-11.  

 

This ban will be in effect until further notice.

 

 

PROPERTY TAXES DUE AUGUST 30

Updated: Aug 21 19
 Created: Jul 31 19


 

 

 

The Final Tax Bills were mailed on July 29th.  

August Installment Due Date:  Friday, August 30th.

EXTENDED OFFICE HOURS for tax season - August 26-August 30

Updated: Aug 21 19
 Created: Aug 21 19

The Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan Municipal Office will be opened through the lunch and will have extended hours for the week of August 26 - August 30 for property tax payments.

August 26 - August 30 - Office Hours:  8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER - Deadline: September 12, 2019

Updated: Aug 21 19
 Created: Aug 19 19

Tenders are invited for the purchase of the lands described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on September 12, 2019 at the Township Office, 42 Burnt Bridge Road, Palmer Rapids, Ontario.

1.  279 Browns Road

2.  671 Letterkenny Road

3.  45 Brodofske Road

For a description of the lands and further information, please refer to the attached DOCUMENT.

For tax sale information, please refer to the attached DOCUMENT.

For the complete tender package, please refer to the attached DOCUMENT.

For the tender envelope, please click on the ATTACHED.

Public Notice of Pesticide Use

Updated: Aug 21 19
 Created: Aug 21 19

The Township of Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan intends to control noxious weeds along the following rural roadsides:

Rocheford Road - from the intersection of Brudenell Road to 975 Rochefort Road

Ruby Mine Road - from the intersection of Highway 28 to 59 Ruby Mine Road

Welks Road - from the intersection of Letterkenny Road to 139 Welks Road

MAPS showing all proposed roadsides are attached.  

The pesticide being used is Nufarm Estaprop XT Herbicide Reg. #29660.

Active ingredients:  Dichlorprop-P and 2,4-D, present as 2-thylhexyl ester, under the Pest Control Products Act (Canada)

Commencing:  August 26 to August 30, 2019 (Weather Permitting)

For further information contact the Township of Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan at 613-758-2061.

Updated: Aug 19 19
 Created: Feb 11 19


Fire Permits - Now Available Online! - DUE TO TOTAL FIRE BAN, BURN PERMITS WILL NOT BE ISSUED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Updated: Aug 12 19
 Created: Apr 26 19

Fire Permits are required between April 1st and October 31st.  No person shall have an open air fire without first obtaining a permit. Permits are not required for heating, cooking or recreational enjoyment however fires must be kept under the maximum fuel volume of 2' x 2' x 2'.

By-law # 2010-11, Establishing Requirements for Open Air Burning, see here for details.

There are two ways to obtain a fire permit:

1.  Contact or visit the Municipal Office

2.  Go online to: https://blr.burnpermits.com

If you need assistance navigating this new site, check out the Resident Training How-To video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=236&v=38guYWnxqwE&fbclid=IwAR2fr9w5bUdljJQDmZBSle9-fFBbsfsBfgamW4trqyqEIzhmGCWxJNLEocA 

Well Woman Clinic For Unattached Patients

Updated: Aug 09 19
 Created: Aug 09 19

If you do not have a primary care provider and are in need of well woman care, you can call the Madawaska Valley Family Heath Team to book an appointment to see their nurse practitioner.  

See the attached POSTER for the services that are available at the clinic as well as the contact information to book an appointment.  

Please note:  This clinic is for well woman care only and you will not be seen for additional health care related issues.

Renfrew County Residents Will Benefit from Increased Cell Service

Updated: Jul 10 19
 Created: Jul 10 19

Eastern Ontario Regional Network Mobile Broadband/Cell Project Funding is in Place!

With the July 4th announcement of $71M in matching funding from the Federal Government, the Eastern Ontario Regional Network Mobile Broadband/Cell Project to close cellular gaps in Eastern Ontario for more than $1.1M rural residents has all the funding in place 

To read more, click on the attached NEWS RELEASE.

Extreme Heat Precautions, Signs & Symptoms

Updated: Jul 10 19
 Created: Jul 05 19

Renfrew County and District Health Unit is advising residents of Renfrew County and District to take steps to prevent heat-related illness during the extreme heat.

Extreme heat can put everyone at risk from heat related illnesses, however older adults, infants and young children, people who work or exercise in the heat, homeless people and low-income earners are at greatest risk.

Please see the attached POSTER for steps you can take to stay cool as well as SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS of heat illness.

Ontario Renovates Program - No Longer Accepting Applications

Updated: Jun 17 19
 Created: Jun 17 19

Due to the overwhelming number of applications received, the Renfrew County Housing Corporation is no longer accepting applications for the Ontario Renovates Program.

Please see the attached MEDIA RELEASE.

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms are the LAW

Updated: Mar 06 19
 Created: May 12 17

Having working smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms not only save lives but it's the law to have them installed in your home. 

You can now purchase your alarms at the Municipal Office.  Please see attached POSTER for pricing.

Updated: Aug 19 19
 Created: Feb 11 19


Seniors Fitness and Wellness - Every Tuesday

Updated: Jul 29 19
 Created: Jul 29 19

Seniors Fitness Classes are held every Tuesday from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. with trained senior fitness instructors at the BLR Community Centre.

For more information see that attached POSTER.

Pickleball - Every Tuesday

Updated: Jul 05 19
 Created: Jul 05 19

Come on out and learn to play Pickleball.  The fastest growing sport in America; a paddle sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis.  

All ages and experience welcome. 

COST:  $5.00

For information regarding time and location please click on the attached POSTER.

Seniors Summer Send-Off BBQ - August 27

Updated: Aug 14 19
 Created: Aug 14 19

Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan Township and Community Resource Centre invite you to the Senior Summer Send-Off BBQ on Tuesday, August 27 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the BLR Community Centre.

You are asked to bring a potluck dessert.

RSVP to 613-757-3108 ext. 222

See the attached POSTER for all details.

Quadeville Recreation & Athletic Association Bingo - August 31

Updated: Jul 29 19
 Created: Jul 29 19

The Quadeville Recreation and Athletic Association will be hosting a Bingo at the Quadeville Community Centre on Saturday, August 31st at 7:00 p.m.

The attached POSTER lists the prizes and further information.

The Minnie Opry Show - September 29

Updated: Aug 21 19
 Created: Aug 21 19

The Killaloe Lions, Killaloe Friendship Club and Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards & Community Resource Centre Senior Active Living Centre present the The Minnie Opry Show on September 29 at 1:00 p.m. at the Killaloe Lions Hall.

Tickets:  $15 Advance or $20 at the Door.  A light buffet lunch is included.

To view the lineup of performers click on the attached POSTER.

Call CRC at 613-757-3108 to book your tickets.

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