News and Notices

Posted On Friday, May 29, 2020

(HUNTSVILLE, ON)  The Town of Huntsville wishes to express sincere thanks to the Huntsville Business Community for their daily dedication to providing safe operating measures and continued community support.
In conjunction with the Huntsville/Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce and the Huntsville BIA, the Town will be accessing and providing PPE to assist the business community in keeping residents safe.
“We understand that Huntsville businesses have been faced...

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Posted On Thursday, May 28, 2020

An opportunity exists for citizens of the Town of Huntsville to become a member of the Huntsville Public Library Board.
Any persons having an interest in the Huntsville Library are invited to apply for this volunteer position . Applications are available at the Town of Huntsville website: www.huntsville.ca
Please submit completed applications to Crystal Best-Sararas, Deputy Clerk at crystal.best-sararas@huntsville.ca no later than 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 11, 2020.

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Posted On Tuesday, May 26, 2020

The District Municipality of Muskoka has informed of the following rolling road closure on King William Street:
Beginning on Wednesday, May 27 until Friday, May 29, 2020:
Eastbound traffic will be detoured off of Cliff Ave onto Meadow Park Drive, Scott Street, and back onto King William Street
Local traffic will be available on Chaffey St from Cann St to King William Street intersection
Left turns onto Chaffey Street from King William Street will not be available
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Posted On Tuesday, May 26, 2020

(HUNTSVILLE, ON) Town of Huntsville flags have been lowered to half-mast at Town facilities to honour the passing of Huntsville’s past Mayor, Robert (Bob) Addison. Appointed at age 33, Addison was first elected to Town of Huntsville’s Council in January 1968. He was appointed as Mayor from August 4, 1970 to November 26, 1970. During his time on Council, he also served on several committees including Chair of Welfare, Police, Fire and Finance committees. Town of Huntsville...
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Posted On Thursday, May 21, 2020

(HUNTSVILLE, ON) As the Province of Ontario enters stage one of the Framework for Reopening the Province , the government has extended Emergency Orders to May 29, 2020 to help keep people safe. The restrictions still apply for closures of bars and restaurants except for takeout and delivery, social gatherings of no more than five people and staff redeployment rules for long-term care homes and congregate settings.
As part of stage one, the Ontario government is permitting...

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