Posted on Friday, January 28, 2022 04:32 PM
In alignment with new Provincial regulations, the Municipality of Lambton Shores will be reopening recreation facilities beginning January 31, 2022. All local health guidelines and Provincial restrictions, including proof of vaccination, active screening, and masking, will remain in place to ensure the safety of staff and facility users.
Public skating programs will also resume beginning February 1, 2022. Always check the Public Skating Calendar for an up-to-date program calendar before...
Posted on Tuesday, January 04, 2022 03:45 PM
Council met at the Legacy Centre in Thedford on December 16, 2021. The December 21, 2021 meeting was held virtually and live streamed on the Lambton Shores website.
Council Meeting Highlights:
- Council approved the construction of a new Administration Office and Council Chambers with construction set to begin early in 2022
- A Public Meeting was held for Zoning By-Law Amendment application for 8375 and 8381 Defore Drive to rezone 8375 Defore Drive to a residential zone, portions of 8381 Defore Drive...
Posted on Friday, December 17, 2021 11:15 AM
Out of an abundance of caution, Lambton Shores Council has made the decision to return to a virtual format for Council meetings. The decision was made amidst mounting concerns over the spread of COVID-19’s Omicron variant and public health guidelines that advise limiting indoor public gatherings.
Although Council meetings will return to a virtual format, meetings will continue to be live streamed for the public.
A few notes regarding the upcoming Council meeting on December 21st, 2021:
- If you planned...
Posted on Friday, May 20, 2022 09:05 AM
Safe Boating Awareness Week takes place May 21 to 27, 2022 and is an opportunity to remind boaters about the importance of safe boating practices.
Since 1995, Safe Boating Awareness Week has been the mainstay of boating safety to over 16 million people who spend time out on Canadian waters. Each year, the awareness week is dedicated to boat safety messages to ensure we all do our part to keep all boaters safe.
For the 2022 campaign, there are five (5) key messages the Canadian Safe Boating Council...
Posted on Monday, May 16, 2022 09:53 AM
The Municipality of Lambton Shores will be starting a reconstruction project in the areas of Dumfries, Sherrard, and Nelson Streets in Thedford. The project is set to begin June 2022, with an anticipation of completion by September 2022 (with a final coat of Asphalt being completed in 2023).
The project includes: replacement of watermain, storm sewer, sidewalk on Nelson Street, and road reconstruction. The streets will be closed with access for 'Local Traffic Only' throughout the project.