Residential Services

This page contains a list of commonly requested County programs, services and information for residents, from Animal Services to Winter Control.

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  • Animal Services
    Animal ServicesHaldimand County Animal Control Services related to animal care and control help to ensure that the residents with and without pets may enjoy municipal amenities and a high standard of quality of life. The health and safety of all our animals contributes to the health, well-being and liveability of our County.Haldimand County has contracted the Welland & District SPCA to provide a County-wide Animal Control Service.
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  • Building / Demolition
    Building / DemolitionThe Building Officials from Haldimand County’s Building Division inspect for the health and safety of its citizens, and the construction of structures and buildings in which our community lives, works and plays.
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  • Bylaw Enforcement
    By-law EnforcementBy-Law Enforcement Officers respond to complaints and enforce the by-laws of Haldimand County.
    It is important for property owners and occupants/tenants to become educated and aware of their responsibilities, and by doing so, the consequences of by-law violations may be avoided.
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  • Cemetery Services
    Cemetery ServicesThe Facilities & Parks Operations Division provides for the governance, management and administration of cemetery services for the benefit of the County residents and visitors.
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  • County Programs & Facilities
    County Programs & FacilitiesHaldimand County offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities for the entire community. We provide the best in programs, parks and services with acres of developed parkland, many kilometres of beautiful trails and pathways, community playgrounds, arenas, outdoor pools, baseball fields, tennis courts, skate parks and community centres.
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  • Court and Fine Payments
    Court and Fine PaymentsProvincial Offences Administration (POA) is a procedural law for administering and prosecuting provincial offences including those committed under the Highway Traffic Act, the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act, the Trespass to Property Act, the Liquor License Act and other provincial legislation, municipal by-laws and minor federal offences.
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  • Development Charges
    Development ChargesDevelopment charges apply to residential and non-residential developments. The purpose of development charges is to recover growth-related costs associated with capital infrastructure and service provisions needed for service new development and redevelopment within the County.
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  • Employment with Haldimand County
    Employment with Haldimand CountyHaldimand County is a single tier municipality with a population of 45,000. Join a team of professional staff dedicated to serving the community through the provision of high quality and sustainable services.
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  • Forest Conservation & Trees
    Forest Conservation / TreesThe Tree Control Bylaw restricts and regulates the destruction of trees by cutting, burning and other means.
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  • Haldimand County Public Library
    Haldimand County Public LibraryThe Haldimand County Public Library is a welcoming and inclusive community gathering place where you can explore, imagine, discover, relax and connect with others. Together, our members exchange ideas, experience the joys of learning, and foster cultural, recreational, economic and educational success in Haldimand County.
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  • Health & Social Services
    Health & Social ServicesHealth & Social Services The Health & Social Services Department ensures the health and welfare of the population as a whole. Services are provided by one Department to both Haldimand and Norfolk Counties. The Health & Social Services Department, as it affects Haldimand County, consists of three Divisions: Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit, Haldimand & Norfolk Social Services and Social Housing.
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  • Household Waste & Recycling
    Household Waste & RecyclingHaldimand County runs numerous household waste and recycling programs which can help you reduce the amount of waste going to landfills. For information on garbage and recycling, waste diversion programs, on collection during statutory holidays and much more, you can download the Residential Waste & Recycling Guide from the County website.
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  • Hydro / Streetlights
    Hydro / StreetlightsTo report a streetlight outage or to request a repair to a street light please contact Haldimand County at (905) 318-5932.
    To report a hydro outage or for more information on your hydro service please contact Hydro One.

 

 

  • Mayor / Council / Other Politicians
    Mayor / Council / Other PoliticiansThe Corporation of Haldimand County Council consists of seven elected officials – the Mayor and six Councilors. The term of Council is four years.
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  • Municipal Drains
    Municipal DrainsThe Drainage Act (the “Act”) is Provincial legislation that provides a mechanism for landowners with drainage problems or lack of an outlet, to create a legal outlet for lands to be drained.
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  • Privacy
    PrivacyHaldimand County is committed to protecting your privacy and to openness and transparency by facilitating access to records and information.
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  • Property Taxes
    Property TaxesMunicipal property taxes fund Haldimand County’s high-quality services and programs. For information on paying your municipal property taxes and more, please see the FAQs.
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  • Reference Materials / Information / Statistics
    Reference Materials /Information / StatisticsFor population numbers or information on how to obtain copies of Haldimand County publications, please see the FAQs.
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  • Roads / Sidewalks & Traffic
    Roads / Sidewalks & TrafficFor information on road projects, maintenance and more, please see the FAQs.
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  • User Fees
    User FeesSee Haldimand County’s User Fees.
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  • Winter Control / Snow Removal
    Winter Control / Snow RemovalThe focus of Haldimand County’s Winter Control and Snow Removal operation is to maintain road safety for residents and visitors.
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