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Gouvernement du Québec
https://www.quebec.ca/en/health/health-issues/a-z/
If you are worried about COVID-19, call the toll-free number 1 877 644-4545


Welcome to the website of the
TOWNSHIP OF WENTWORTH

Township of Wentworth..Where country living is a reality !  


(Click HERE to view the complete 2020 Calendar)

NEXT COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
 (To consult the PUBLIC NOTICE, click HERE)
(To consult the AGENDA, click HERE)

Monday September 14th at 7p.m.
at the Wentworth Community Center
  86 Louisa Road

During COVID-19: In the interest of the public and to protect the health and safety of the population, at the regular sitting of Council to be held on Monday September 14th, 2020, a limited number of participants may be admitted to attend (15 people maximum) in order to maintain physical distancing. Due to the limited amount of spaces, the Municipal Council suggests mandating a representative for a group or association. Resevations will be taken by email at info@wentworth.ca on a first come first serve basis.

Those who attend Council meetings or in places where municipal services are offered must wear the face covering.

In order to accomodate all our citizens the Municipal Council will continue to provide for a period during which citizens will be able to submit their questions and comments by email to info@wentworth.ca. In order for the Municipal Council to responds at the sitting, please submit your questions before September 10th, 2020.

The deliberations of Council will continue to be distributed on the website of the Municipality.


RECENT NEWS…



Activities to do
during summer vacations...


Your CYBERMEMO...

July 16th, 2020 - Read...HERE


Here is THE INFO WENTWORTH

Your MUNICIPAL BULLETIN

 Municipal Bulletin, JULY-AUGUST 2020 Edition - Soon to come...


HOTSPOT

For all mobile users, get access to WIFI Wireless High Speed Internet
within the following parking area, free of charge & available at all time:

- New Town Hall (175 Louisa Road)
- Municipal garage (old office - 114 Louisa Road)

Connect to: PUBLIC ARGENTEUIL



(located at the corner of Source and Seale Roads)
IMPORTANT NOTICE-SUMMER 2020
During summer, high temperatures can lower the water level considerably. It is therefore likely that the muncipal spring may be temporarily closed or the flow reduced.
Thank you for your understanding.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The MUNICIPAL SPRING is PRESENTLY RUNNING AT A RESTRICTIVE FLOW, AND MAY BE SHUT DOWN PERIODICALLY TO MAINTAIN THE WATER LEVEL.

The groundwater level is at its lowest over the past 30 years, resulting in lower water levels and flows for this time of year.

To avoid any damage or malfunction of equipment (UV filter, etc.), measures have been taken such the closure of the source periodically.
Rest assured we are keeping a close eye on the situation.
Thank you for your cooperation.
 

For more information on the water level, visit http://ottawariver.ca/conditions/


 


 
BOAT WASH STATION

In order to protect Lake Louisa from invasive species that can spread from one lake to another, users who wish to launch their motorised watercraft and/or pedalos, sail boats, fishing boats, kayak, etc…, on Lake Louisa must first come to the Boat Wash Station located beside the Fire Hall at 116 Louisa Road to have their boat inspected and washed, during opening hours or on appointment by calling at the Municipal Office 450 562-0701 :

BOAT WASH STATION SCHEDULE
(Address: 116 Louisa Road - next to the Fire Station)

*IMPORTANT*
Monday to Friday, from 9am to 4:30pm: by appointment only

SEASON 2020 / SCHEDULE (click HERE)

Procedures & Schedule format (click HERE)


If you would like to apply for an Access Permit attesting that your boat has never circulated in another body of water other than Lake Louisa, here are the ACCESS PERMIT and ANNEXE forms to fill out :
    

FILL OUT....:

LEARN MORE....:

By-law number 2015-002-001 

Municipal access Procedure 

 

Guidelines for Pleasure Craft during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Transport Canada recognizes the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the marine industry generally, and recreational boaters specifically. While the recreational boating season is about to begin for much of Canada, it is important to remain diligent to limit the transmission of COVID-19 and to promote the health and safety of people on the water. The department is calling on Canadian recreational boaters to stay home to help limit the spread of COVID-19, but to follow provincial or territorial guidelines, as well as direction provided by local or regional health authorities.

Transport Canada has developed new measures and guidance, as announced on May 14, 2020:
The Government of Canada announces new measures for pleasure craft in northern communities

We encourage you to visit this Transport Canada website for all of the details surrounding these efforts and to pass this information on.

Quick links:

Happy 2020 Boat Season!


2020 BUDGET

The Municipal Budget for the 2020 Fiscal Year was adopted on December 16th 2019, at the Wentworth Community Centre, 86 Louisa road.  

> OBJECTIVES for the 2020 Budget

> To consult the 2020 Budget (detailled)

> To view the presentation of the 2020 Budget (Powerpoint) 


Your Mayor informs you...

Public Notice, May 29th, 2020 - Read HERE

Highlights of the 2019 Financial Report (view HERE)

Presentation of the 2019 Financial Report

In order to allow citizens to express themselves following the publication of the Mayor's report, the citizens can submit their questions and comments by email to info@wentworth.ca .
Answers will be given at the next sitting of Council.


soon to come...


 

List of members of the various committees of the Township of Wentworth

- Environmental Consulting Committee
Family & Seniors Committee
-
Neighbourhood Watch Committee
- Urbanism Consulting Committee


NO JOB OFFER


ATLAS OF LAKES (french only)

A free web-based tool by the Conseil régional de l'environnement CRE Laurentides that centralizes and emphasizes the existing information about lakes on the territory is now online!

> to learn more


MODIFICATION TO THE REGULATION BY QUEBEC GOVERNMENT

The Water Withdrawal and Protection Regulation (chapter Q-2, r.35.2) is replacing the Groundwater Catchment Regulation (chapter Q-2, r.6)

> to view the by-law

  

 

DEPOSIT OF THE ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR FISCAL YEARS 2018-2019-2020

Notice is hereby given that the three year assessment roll for the immovable properties of the Municipality of the Township of Wentworth... 

> to learn more


TAX CREDIT LOGIRENOV

This refundable tax credit has been implemented on a temporary basis to encourage individuals, be they owners or co-owners of a dwelling, to renovate their principal residence.

> to learn more

> for the complete recognized renovation work list


ECONOLOGIS

A FREE ENERGY EFFICIENCY SERVICE

Are you an owner or tenant? Would you like to receive free services to improve the energy efficiency of your residence? Maybe you qualify for the Éconologis program!

> to learn more


TAX CREDIT ÉCORENOV

A temporary refundable tax credit for eco-friendly home renovations has been introduced for eco-friendly renovation work.

> to learn more

 


 

 

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