Grey County has a need to widen Grey Road 19 and is commencing an environmental assessment study.
Grey County offices will remain closed and services will continue being offered remotely to the public at this time.
Highlights include the official adoption of the 2021 budget, reports on the speed limit policy and more.
The region’s largest job fair is expanding and moving online to safely connect employers and job seekers.
Significant weather event declared over February 7.
On January 29, Grey County Council, sitting as Committee of the Whole, supported the draft 2021 budget. A County tax rate increase of 2.11% is needed on a total operating and capital budget of $171.2 million. This equals an average increase per single-detached household of $24.93.
Highlights include presentations on a SWIFT broadband project, violence prevention, community paramedicine and more.
Grey County is reminding residents that services are still available during this province-wide Emergency Declaration.
With recent changes in provincial health rules now in place, Grey County staff are available to help local businesses navigate new restrictions, guidelines, and financial supports.
Highlights include the Living on Main Street report, directing Social Service Relief Funds and more.
The Province has extended a targeted emergency child care program for eligible families.
Grey County is collaborating with Regional Tourism Organization 7 (RT07) and neighbouring municipalities to administer the COVID-19 Tourism Response Fund.