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Posted On Tuesday, March 02, 2021

The Municipality of Kincardine has declared the significant weather event, issued March 1, 2021, has ended.   Caution should still be observed as regular maintenance activities are still occurring to return road conditions to a state of repair.   For more information visit kincardine.ca/snow
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Posted On Monday, March 01, 2021

More and more Canadians are choosing to travel locally due to the ongoing pandemic. An increase in travel brings new demand for tools that will empower and enhance exploration.
Taking the needs of its visitors and locals into consideration, along with a go-digital mandate in mind, the Municipality of Kincardine, is proud to announce the launch of their partnership with Driftscape, a Canadian travel app.
Starting March 2nd, visitors and locals of Ontario’s...

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Posted On Monday, March 01, 2021

The Municipality of Kincardine has declared a significant weather event has started due to forecasted or observed weather conditions.   The Municipality would like to note that the declaration of a significant weather event is not a notice of a reduced level of service or a highway closure. The declaration is to notify the public that due to the current or forecasted conditions, caution is to be observed when travelling on Municipal roadways and that it may take longer...
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Posted On Friday, February 26, 2021

The Municipality of Kincardine Council through LAS/AMO (Local Authority Services/Association of Municipalities of Ontario) has agreed to endorse Service Line Warranties of Canada (SLWC) as an alternative protection program for water and sewer servicing coverages on private property. SLWC approached the Municipality to consider endorsing the program and did so to provide residents comfort the program is reputable and will use local resources. Since 2015, SLWC has partnered with......
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Posted On Tuesday, February 23, 2021

On behalf of the ROW Management Committee, we are pleased to announce that we will be offering four(4) $1000 Scholarships. The field of public works is a large and diverse one. Areas of responsibility within Public Works include: transportation, utilities, solid waste, emergency management, water resources, snow and ice management, fleet management, parks and recreation and stormwater management. Careers can range from engineers to fiscal managers, to heavy equipment operators...
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