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Haldimand County Fire Department Issues Safety Reminders For Farmers & Motorists Ahead of Harvest Season

As peak harvest season approaches, Haldimand County Fire Department is reminding farmers and rural property owners of important fire safety precautions. Additionally, the Department is urging the public to stay alert for slow-moving farm equipment on public roadways, slow down and share the road. Fire safety during harvest season Tractors and equipment have many moving

Haldimand County Pools Re-Opening For Bookable Public/Fitness Swims July 8, Aquatics Programming July 20

With the County now in Stage 2 of the Province’s re-opening plan, all three municipal pools—in Caledonia, Dunnville and Hagersville—will open Wednesday, July 8 for public/fitness swims with instructional programming beginning Monday, July 20. “Staff in our Facilities and Programming areas have been working with the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit (HNHU) to get pools open,” says

Caledonia, Cayuga Under Mandatory Outdoor Water Use Ban; All Other Haldimand Communities Under Level 2 Outdoor Water Use Restrictions

This morning, the City of Hamilton announced a mandatory ban on all non-essential outdoor water use across all parts of Hamilton until July 13. As Caledonia and Cayuga’s water supply comes from Hamilton’s drinking water system, residents of these communities are being asked to comply with the complete ban. Residents of Cayuga, Caledonia and surrounding

Haldimand County Public Library branches re-opening July 6 for limited service

Effective Monday, July 6, Haldimand County Public Library branches will re-open for limited service during regular hours. While library collections will remain off-limits in Stage 2, staff will be available to assist patrons at circulation service counters and a limited number of public computer stations will be available for bookable one-hour periods. Workstations at which

Update on temporary burn permits from Haldimand County Fire Department

At the onset of the COVID-19 emergency, Haldimand County developed an interim process for rural landowners to obtain temporary burn permits. As Haldimand County gradually re-opens, the Fire Department is advising residents of the following: No-cost, temporary, non-recreational burn permits will continue to be offered until July 10, 2020. To obtain a permit, residents must

Update on Skydive Cayuga

Many County residents have raised issues concerning Skydive Cayuga, Inc. It is apparent that the operation of this business is upsetting and intrusive on many levels. This has led the County to consider possible avenues to regulate the operation of the business to address the issues raised by residents. Council is aware that one hurdle

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