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Posted On Friday, October 29, 2021

In recognition of the launch of the annual Poppy Campaign, the Town of Huntsville will be flying the Royal Canadian Legion's Poppy Flag at Town Hall commencing on October 29th, 2021 until November 11, 2021. Please visit the Legion's website or more information about The Poppy Campaign.

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Posted On Thursday, October 28, 2021

(Huntsville and Lake of Bays ON) The Huntsville Lake of Bays Fire Department is seeking public feedback on fire services in our community as part of the Fire Department’s Master Plan.
“As our communities continue to grow, it is integral that our fire services continue to meet the needs of the area,” says Fire Chief Rob Collins. “We want to know what is important to our residents with respect to our services and where improvements can be made.”
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Posted On Monday, October 25, 2021

(Huntsville, ON) Diggin’ Downtown construction will continue through October, and early November.  The District of Muskoka and Town of Huntsville are working closely with crews to re-open road access to the downtown core for the winter season.
What’s Happening Now For the remainder of October and early November, crews will be continuing the sewer and water replacement in the Stage 3 area (West Street to Centre Street). Additionally, crews are working to...

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Posted On Monday, October 25, 2021

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit would like to inform residents and visitors to the Town of Huntsville that laboratory analysis has confirmed the presence of a blue-green algae bloom impacting the Port Sydney beach area on Mary Lake, Town of Huntsville.
Many species of blue-green algae (also called cyanobacteria) have the potential to produce toxins that are harmful to the health of humans and animals when exposed in large amounts. Due to the confirmed presence of the...

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Posted On Friday, October 22, 2021

(Huntsville, ON) The Town of Huntsville is looking for public input on the Draft Community Planning Permit By-law (CPP) at an upcoming Public Meeting on October 27, 2021. The CPP By-law will provide Huntsville with the ability to regulate and manage development in a more streamlined and flexible manner, replace the existing Huntsville Zoning By-law and implement the policies of the Town’s Official Plan.
The CPP By-law will provide a new development approval process...

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