On behalf of my Council Colleagues, it is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the Township of Rideau Lakes Website. I am sure that you will find our Website informative, accessible and easy to use, providing you with instant information about the Township and the services it offers to its residents. I encourage you to visit our website regularly as changes take place within our Community.
The Township of Rideau Lakes is a progressive, growing community that offers a variety of year-round recreational activities and business opportunities. Our many lakes, parks and attractions provide enjoyment, as well as economic benefits to our residents, visitors and businesses. As we grow, we are committed to maintaining a strong infrastructure and superior customer service while protecting our environment, keeping in mind the interests of our residents and visitors.
If you have yet to visit the Township of Rideau Lakes, I extend to you my personal invitation to do so soon. If you live here, I encourage you to take an active interest in our thriving Community and to share in our vision for the future.
The Township of Rideau Lakes has been recognized as Municipality of the Month by the Ontario Association of Committees of Adjustment for the work of the Township's Committee of Adjustment! This program aims to showcase 1 of the 444 Ontario municipalities each month to illustrate the diverse nature of the province while recognizing the unique features and issues that each COA encounters. Click here to read the full article (115k PDF)
Blue Green Algae – Upper Rideau Lake – Health Unit Notice
August 12, 2014 – Please be advised that the Township has received notice from the Health Unit regarding a letter that has been sent to some residents of Upper Rideau Lake in the McNally’s Bay area regarding blue-green algae. As noted, questions should be directed to the Health Unit at 613 283 2740 or the Ministry of the Environment at 1 800 565 4923. The notice can be read here: letter from the Health Unit (PDF)
UPDATE # 11 – October 1st 15:00 – Following receipt by Council of a letter from The Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (see update #10 above), the Mayor has issued the following response: Mayor's Letter to Minister, October 1, 2014 (PDF).
UPDATE # 12 – November 26th 10:30 – Following the Township’s letter of October 1st (see update #11 above) The Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, the Hon. Glen Murray, has issued the following response: Letter from MOECC to Mayor Holman, Nov. 20, 2014 (PDF).
UPDATE # 14 – January 27th 08:30 – Following the Mayor’s letter of December the 11th, 2014 (see update #13) the Township has received the following response from the Minister: Minister's Response, January 19, 2015 (PDF).
GROUNDWATER ARTICLE – PORTLAND
On Monday June 2, 2014, the Township was provided a recently published academic journal article which sampled groundwater in the Village of Portland. On receipt, the Township forwarded the article to the Medical Officer of Health at the Lanark Leeds and Grenville Health Unit. The Health Unit are the local experts in supporting safe drinking water. The article and updates from the Health Unit and the Township can be found on the:
UPDATE # 12 – December 11th 14:00 – Following the public information session hosted by the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) on November 26th in the village of Portland (see update #11) the Mayor has issued the following letter: Letter from Mayor Holman, December 11, 2014 (PDF).
United Counties of Leeds and Grenville Counties Official Plan Being Developed
In accordance with recent amendments to Regulation 352/02 under the Planning Act, the Counties are required by the Province to adopt an Official Plan. The Official Plan is targeted for completion by March 2015. You can keep up to date on the Plan’s development and get involved via the Counties Official Plan website here: www.leedsgrenville.com/en/govern/councildepartments/Official-Plan.asp
The site contains all the materials, notices and supporting documents associated to the project. It will be updated as the project progresses. Questions about the Counties Official Plan, the public consultation process, how you or your stakeholder group can get involved, landowner concerns etc. should be directed to Mr. Sandy Hay at the United Counties at 1-800-770-2170 or by email: email@example.com
RIDEAU LAKES BUSINESS DIRECTORY
You can now find listings of businesses in the Township of Rideau Lakes by using our new Business Directory. Business owners can also register their own business.
Council would like to Thank the numerous people who commit their time and
effort in Volunteering for the many Committees and Projects within Rideau
Lakes Township. You, as a Volunteer show everyday through your actions,
that you truly care about the area in which you live. Volunteering can be
very time consuming or may be just a few minutes here and there, but every
time someone takes the time to lend a hand, it is reducing the work load for
everyone involved. Council would like to say Thank You for your time,
energy, knowledge, generous support and for enriching the Community in which
you live and the Township of Rideau Lakes as a whole.
After Hours Reporting Service
After hours number: 1-877-798-5725. Not for general inquiries or emergencies (call 9 1 1 for emergencies). Click the number for details about how to use it
Township of Rideau Lakes, 1439 County Road 8, Delta, ON, K0E 1G0
For general inquiries, administration, planning, public works, parks & rec, and fire department: Tel: 613-928-2251 or 1-800-928-2250 - Fax: 613-928-3097
For the tax office: Tel: 613-928-2896 or 1-866-677-4577