Welcome to the Township of Chapple

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Next Council Meeting is

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Starting at 9:00 a.m. in

the Municipal Office


Fire Permits

Annual Requirement
January 1-December 31

        BurnPermits.com

Click here to buy Township of Chapple Fire Permit using BurnPermits.com

 

Hazard Ratings - Check Before Burning
www.ontario.ca/pages/forest-fires

Low: Burning Permitted - Permit Required
Moderate: Burning Permitted - Requires Additional Caution - Permit Required
High: Dangerous Conditions - Open-Air Burning Restricted.
Exception: Campfires as described in the Open-Air Burning By-law.
Extreme: Total Fire Ban. No Fires Permitted.

You are responsible for fires you light, meaning responsibility for any costs in response/damages is yours.

Open Air Burning Hazard Poster



Customer Complaint Form

Water Complaint Form

Document Request Form


  Latest Updates


Check out the Lastest Updates on the following pages:

Township Council - Agendas, By-laws, Minutes, Municipal Notices, Election 2018, Finance

Tenders

Community - History, Newsletter

Services & Facilities - Accessibility, Landfill, Water Treatment Facilities, Transportation, Emergency Services

Planning & Building - Building Permits and Zoning By-law 

 


The Municipal Office will be
CLOSED for FAMILY DAY
Monday, February 18, 2019


TOWNSHIP OF CHAPPLE

CONTRACT NO. 18-02
AHRENS BRIDGE REPLACEMENT
ON STURGEON CREEK ROAD OVER STURGEON CREEK

Tender Informaton can be found on TENDERS

 


 BE PREPARED - Make sure you have a 72 HOUR PREPAREDNESS KIT. For more information watch this video -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKJ4gwcDI6w


 

For Contaminated Material or Spills, the Emergency Contact for the Shenston and Richardson Landfill, is Randy Both, Public Works Superintendent. Please contact Randy’s cell at (807)275-7652.

 

For after hour’s emergency reporting of municipal road conditions, please contact Randy Both, Public Works Superintendent at (807)275-7652.


 

The 2018 Emergency Management Exercise was completed based on the
scenario of a winter power outage.
Questions from the exercise include:
1) How many residents would have an alternative source of heat?
2) Are there residents within our community that would require assistance?

The municipality would appreciate feedback.
The more information we have, the better we will be prepared!


 

The Township of Chapple is very pleased to announce that funding in the
amount of $894,768.00 has been approved through the Ontario Community
Infrastructure Fund for improvements to the municipality's bridges system. With this funding, the Ahrens Bridge, which is located on Sturgeon Creek Road, will
be replaced and the road approaches rebuilt. With increased traffic and economic
growth, this funding has come at a very opportune time. Thank you to the
Province of Ontario and their commitment to build and upgrade vital local infrastructure in Northern and rural communities across Ontario.

 



Working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors
should be installed on every level of your home
and outside of all sleeping quarters.
 



 

The Chapple Centennial R.V. Park located at 53 Barwick Rd. North has been permanently CLOSED and
MOVED to 150 Main Street, Barwick
(beside the Barwick Hall)

for more information, go to Attractions - Chapple Centennial RV Park


The Municipal Livestock Valuer's are

Robert Gibson (807) 487-2643
Nico Veldhuisen (807) 482-2593 or (807) 276-6860
Harold Kelly (807)482-1431 or (807) 271-2510

If you have a wolfkill that has taken place, please contact the Livestock Valuer's listed above.

To have a VALID Livestock Damages Claim you need a
Farm Business Registration #, and a Premise I.D.

DO NOT MOVE THE REMAINS before the Valuer can view the scene.