Highlights include a virtual cheque presentation by Warden Hicks for $780,000 to the new Centre Grey Hospital in Markdale, Councils approval of a draft plan for Hilton Head Heights Condominium in the Town of Meaford (Municipality of Meaford) and more.
The municipalities of Bruce County and Grey County have released the first Community Safety and Well-Being Indicator Report as part of their joint Community Safety and Well-Being Plan.
Highlights include traffic speed concerns on Grey Road 17B, Grey County's Age Friendly Strategy and Action Plan and more.
The Grey Transit Route (GTR) has launched a survey. The GTR invites you to give input on possible new stops and schedule changes along existing routes.
The County is halting all activity related to the property adjacent to the Old Durham Road Black Pioneer Cemetery in order to work with the local community and undertake a thorough investigation of the property.
May 23 to 29 is Paramedic Services Week in Canada. The theme this year is Paramedic as Educator - Citizen Ready and it demonstrates the important roles that paramedics continue to play on the front lines of the healthcare system during the pandemic.
The Transportation Departments of Grey, Bruce, and Huron County have partnered with the Ministry of Transportation and the Ontario Provincial Police to remind the public about the importance of road safety. All roadway users must travel safely, share the road, and respect others.
The Forest Management Plan is a document to direct all management activities in Grey County-owned forest properties. The Plan was updated in March 2021 and will be in effect until December 2040.
Highlights include an update from Dr. Arra on our local Board of Health, the Housing and Homelessness Plan for 2020-21, and more.
Grey County acquired LiDAR for the Georgian Bay lake fringe watersheds of Grey County in 2019 in collaboration with the Grey Sauble Conservation Authority and the Town of the Blue Mountains.
Together, Grey County and Bruce County are supporting a Settlement Strategy, developed by the Grey Bruce Local Immigration Partnership (GBLIP). The strategy was approved at Grey County Council on April 8 and Bruce County Council on April 15.
Grey County Paramedics and Owen Sound Family Health Team support Public Health rollout of vaccines to homebound residents.