Posted on Tuesday, October 31, 2023 12:39 PM
Highlights from October's Council Meeting:
- Council approved a crosswalk proposal for downtown Forest
- Staff was directed to issue a tender for six pickleball courts and one tennis court at Klondyke Sports Park
- The Shores Recreation Centre and Legacy Recreation Centre will be closed for Boxing Day
- Council approved the installation of the four season washrooms near the stage at Grand Bend Beach
- Staff were directed to finalize an agreement with the owner of 50 Main Street West, Grand Bend for the sale...
Posted on Tuesday, October 24, 2023 04:30 PM
MobileCare Sarnia-Lambton - a mobile clinic to increase access to primary care, mental health, and addiction services - is launching this Fall in Lambton County.
MobileCare is a clinic on wheels that travels to participating communities and locations to increase access to mental health and addictions care, as well as primary care. The goals of MobileCare are to:
- Provide early intervention care in a culturally competent and safe manner
- Offer a variety of services together under one roof, close to...
Posted on Friday, October 13, 2023 02:11 PM
The Municipality of Lambton Shores is undertaking a construction project on the Grand Trunk Trail's pedestrian bridge in Forest.
As part of the project, the pedestrian bridge approaches, decking, and railing structures will all be removed and replaced. The bridge will be completely closed during the project.
Project is scheduled to begin in late-October, 2023 with an anticipated completion date in late-November, 2023.
Read the Construction Notice
Map of Closure/Construction Project Location
Posted on Thursday, October 05, 2023 11:52 AM
October is Canadian Library Month, a chance for libraries and library partners across Canada to raise awareness of libraries’ valuable role in the lives of people in Canada. From October 16 – 20, 2023, libraries across the province celebrate Ontario Public Library Week (OPLW), including Lambton County Library.
This year’s theme is Libraries for Life, which is a fitting theme for Lambton County Library and their 90+ years of delivering library services to every age group during every stage of...
Posted on Wednesday, October 04, 2023 01:34 PM
UPDATE from Lambton Public Health - Friday, October 6, 2023
Lambton Public Health (LPH) has been informed by the Ministry of Environment, Conservation, and Parks (MECP) that testing has confirmed that an algae bloom detected in the Ausable River/Parkhill Creek near the Grand Bend Yacht Club is not blue-green algae.
MECP is conducting further analysis on this algal bloom to determine if algal toxins are present. Results of this analysis will be communicated as soon as they become available.