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Public Notices

Posted Thursday, January 21, 2021

In September, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing advised that amendments had been made to the Development Charges Act and the Planning Act by Bill 108, the More Homes, More Choice Act, and Bill 197, The COVID-19 Economic Recovery Act. Regulations were also filed that finalized the framework for development charges, community benefit, and parkland.

The Town is now looking to update the Development Charges By-Law to reflect these changes. 

A copy of the resulting 2021...

Posted Monday, January 18, 2021

Online Submissions ONLY will be received by the Town's Bidding Website no later than 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 9, 2021.  For details and bid documents, please visit


Posted Thursday, January 14, 2021

Tillsonburg, ON – Town Council passed its 2021 Budget at its January 11 meeting, approving a modest 0.83 per cent increase to the Town of Tillsonburg municipal tax levy.

“Budget deliberations are always challenging and perhaps never more so than this year due to potential impacts and variables from the COVID-19 virus,” says Mayor Stephen Molnar. “As a Council, and a corporation, we have continued to seek a balance between planning for the future and addressing...

Posted Wednesday, January 13, 2021

The Town of Tillsonburg is announcing today that the Transfer Station (50 Newell Road) will be closed, effective January 14, 2021, for the duration of the provincial emergency. 

“The Premier has instructed Ontarians to stay at home whenever possible and only leave home for essential errands like picking up groceries, or prescriptions,” says Mayor Stephen Molnar. “Closing the Transfer Station at this time respects that direction and will help protect our community...

Posted Friday, January 08, 2021

Purpose and Effect of the Proposed Zone Change
It is proposed to amend the Town of Tillsonburg Zoning By-Law to introduce a number of clarifications, new definitions, and minor
mapping changes to incorporate necessary updates and correct minor errors.

It is also proposed to:
• Introduce provisions respecting Source Water Protection;
• Provide clarification for permitted projections for decks and covered porches;
• Increased permitted lot coverage for R1 & R1A lots;