Haldimand County declares Significant Weather Event, administration building to remain closed Monday

Haldimand County has declared a Significant Weather Event as a winter storm approaches the region, effective January 17, 2022 at 12 a.m.

01/18/2022 9 a.m. update: There will be NO RECYCLING curbside collection Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022 at the following locations:

Oneida area: From Caledonia to Cayuga West of the Grand River between Hwy 3 and Hwy 6 (basic borders are HWY 6, RR 20, Grand River and HWY 3)
Hagersville: All of it plus small country piece up to Nelles Corners
Dunnville: Southwest side of town from South Cayuga St. to Main and West Street to Cedar, as well as a country portion from Haldimand Townline towards town in entirety from Grand River to Lakeshore.
 
Garbage collection WILL still take place. Affected residents whose curbside collection day is normally Tuesday are asked to hold on to their recycling until next Tuesday, Jan. 25.

01/17/2022 6 a.m. update: The Haldimand County Administration Building will be closed for the duration of the business day.

Garbage/recycling curbside collection update: There will be NO garbage/recycling curbside collection on Monday, January 17, 2022 due to inclement weather. Residents whose curbside collection day is normally Monday are asked to hold on to their garbage/recycling until next week (the following Monday, January 24, 2022). Affected residents may set out up to 6 bags of garbage next week and unlimited recycling.

Winter storm conditions are expected to begin tonight with an expected snow accumulation of 25 to 40cm. Local blowing snow is possible and visibility may be reduced. The County is asking residents to follow Environment Canada advice and consider postponing non-essential travel until conditions improve.

During a significant weather event, residents are advised to use extra caution and are reminded that standard timelines for clearing roads and sidewalks may not be met.

The county’s winter control crews are prepared and ready to respond to this winter storm event, however, with the expected snowfall accumulation, residents are asked to be patient and allow staff time to clear main arterial roadways by priority.

Winter control staff have approximately 1500kms of roadways to clear and will be working as quickly as possible to plow all routes.

A plow priority route map and winter parking/snow removal by-law information can be found at HaldimandCounty.ca. Storm-related updates will be posted here and shared via Facebook and Twitter.

UPDATE: There will be NO garbage/recycling curbside collection on Monday, January 17, 2022 due to inclement weather. Residents whose curbside collection day is normally Monday are asked to hold on to their garbage/recycling until next week (the following Monday, January 24, 2022).

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