Spring Hydrant Flushing for North Stormont – May 1 – May 31, 2020

Please see below for a message from the Ontario Clean Water Agency:

Residents may notice a discoloration of the water at their homes during this period and for a short time thereafter. If you notice a discoloration of your tap water, please run the water until it is clear. This discoloration is not hazardous to your health. It is typical of a normal operating water distribution system.

Please call us if you have any questions or comments on how the Ontario Clean Water Agency can better serve you.



North Stormont Arena – Closure

Due to the current Covid-10 pandemic we have made the difficult decision to remove the ice and close the arena for the reminder of this season. We appreciate your patience and understanding and look forward to seeing everyone when we reopen in the fall.

John Deboer

North Stormont Arena

Burn Ban in Effect

A fire ban has been implemented for the safety of our Firefighters and the community. We are currently in a state of emergency in Ontario and we need to do our part in reducing social interactions to limit the spread and exposure of COVID-19. The purpose of the burn ban is to limit the calls our Firefighters respond to. At this time our Firefighters need to be healthy and available for actual emergencies in the community.

There is no issue with boiling sap during the ban as long they meet the following conditions.: fire is to be contained to a wood stove type unit with proper venting. The fire is not to be left unattended. There is some sort of extinguisher near by, ex: water hose, fire extinguisher. As always, keep a safe distance from out buildings.

GFL Moose Creek Landfill – No Residential Drop-off

The GFL Moose Creek Landfill will not be accepting Residential Drop-Off customers at this time due to the COVID-19 situation that continues to develop. This action is in line with many other landfills across the province and is consider a precautionary measure to limit the spread of the virus.


New dates for the budget meetings are as follows:

March 5th, 2020 9 a.m.

And March 24th, 2020 6:30 p.m.

CN Public Inquiry and Police Line

CN is committed to maintaining positive and proactive communications with the communities in which we operate.

For questions or non-emergency concerns, such as:

* Condition of property and crossings (e.g. grade crossings, rail ties, etc.)
* Environment (e.g. vegetation, grass cutting, trees, etc.)
* Permits and/or flag persons
* Noise (e.g. whistling)
* General operations (e.g. train speeds, hours of operation, etc.)

Please contact the CN’s Public Inquiry Line (PIL) either by phone at 1-888-888-5909 or by email at contact@cn.ca. It is important that all citizens’ inquiries go through the PIL in order for CN to accurately monitor and analyze concerns and resolutions across our network.

CN Police staff are also available for emergency or safety related issues, such as trespassing on tracks, unlawful activity, crossing signal defect, etc. Residents should contact CN Police either by email at CNPoliceTipLine@cn.ca for non-urgent suspicious activities or by phone at 1-800-465-9239 for emergencies.


Please see the information sheet enclosed outlining the contact information: CN Public Inquiry and Police Line