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News & Public Notices

Posted Friday, May 20, 2022

Can I use consumer fireworks on my property?

To minimize the risk of property damage, fire and serious injury, Tillsonburg Fire & Rescue Services does not encourage backyard fireworks displays. Fireworks are safest when handled by qualified fireworks experts at public events.

However, if you choose to have a backyard or family display in the Town of Tillsonburg, you must comply with By-Law 4293.

Please note that only consumer-grade, low-hazard fireworks (Canadian class 7.2.1/F.1)...
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Posted Thursday, May 19, 2022

Municipal Election 2022: Nomination Period

The next municipal election will be held October 24, 2022. The nomination period is now open. Learn more about the election by visiting www.tillsonburg.ca/election2022

 

Job Opportunities

The Town of Tillsonburg is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Crossing Guard (P/T)
  • Lifeguard/Instructor

Visit careers.tillsonburg.ca for full details.

 

Request for Proposal

  • Supply and Delivery of a 4-Wheel Drive Articulating Sidewalk...

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Posted Thursday, May 05, 2022

Employment Opportunities

The Town of Tillsonburg is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Apprentice, Powerline Technician
  • Building and By-Law Enforcement Supervisor

Visit careers.tillsonburg.ca for full details.

 

Request for Proposal

  • Mobile Citizen Portal/Application - RFP 2022-009
  • Engineering Consulting Services for Stoney Creek Restoration - RFP 2022-005

Visit tillsonburg.bidsandtenders.ca for full details.

 

How to use the Large Item Depot at the Transfer...
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Posted Friday, April 22, 2022

 

Council Meeting Highlights

Meeting of April 19, 2022

EDM 22-11 Agreement with Ontario Regarding Relief from Forfeiture Agreement - Quarter Town Line Road Widening

Council received the Economic Development report CS 22-11 Agreement with Ontario Regarding Relief from Forfeiture Agreement - Quarter Town Line Road Widening and later passed a by-law authorizing the execution of a transfer agreement with the Minister of Government and Consumer Services to purchase land to widen...
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Posted Wednesday, April 20, 2022

The Town of Tillsonburg was well represented at the Ontario Good Roads Association (OGRA) conference in Toronto last week (April 10-13). The Town’s delegration included Mayor Stephen Molnar, Deputy Mayor Dave Beres and Kyle Pratt, chief administrative officer. Other staff in attendance included Carlos Reyes, director of operations, and Richard Sparham, manager of public works.

The annual conference brings together municipalities from across Ontario and provides an opportunity...

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