Highlights include a land claim settlement with Saugeen Ojibway Nation, traffic by-law updates and more.
Grey County Council is holding a public meeting on October 22 to discuss proposed changes to Grey County’s Development Charges By-laws.
Agreement settles claim launched 25 years ago and is a step towards further cooperation and reconciliation.
Respiratory Outbreak declared over.
The service will offer several rides a day with multiple stops along Highway 26.
Applications may be submitted until October 9, 2020.
EarlyON Child and Family Centres are preparing to reopen for in-person programming starting this fall.
Highlights include a report on Social Services Relief Funds, intersection improvements on Grey Roads 19 and 21 and more.
Welcome Back! Grey County public buildings are now open to visitors by appointment or reservation.
Grey County is excited to announce that the Grey Transit Route (GTR) will begin operating their new transit service starting on September 14. The service will be free to ride from September 14 to October 31.
Grey County Warden Paul McQueen, Grey County councillors and senior staff joined more than 1,000 participants online at the annual Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO)’s 2020 Conference.
Grey County Warden Paul McQueen and a number of County Councillors will join more than 1,000 participants in the Association of Municipalities of Ontario's 2020 AMO Conference from Monday, August 17 to Wednesday, August 19.