All Grey Transit Route (GTR) buses are now fully equipped with bike racks. Passengers riding with the GTR can bring their bicycle on the bus to continue their journey by bike, or further explore the area at their destination.
Grey County is pleased to announce that Linda Swanston will be joining the County as our first Manager, Climate Change Initiatives. Swanston will lead the important work of finalizing and implementing the County’s Climate Change Action Plan.
All flags at Grey County offices will be lowered on July 1 to honour and pay respect to the Indigenous children being discovered at residential schools across Canada.
Several local Rotary Clubs worked together to install sunshades in the outdoor visiting areas at each of the Grey County Long Term Care (LTC) communities.
Grey County received an award for Excellence in Municipal Systems for our work with Municipal511 at this year’s Municipal Information Systems Association’s (MISA) annual general meeting.
Grey County fulfilled a long-standing commitment to rural healthcare during the June 10 Council meeting with a cheque presentation of $780,000 to the Centre Grey Health Services Foundation.
Grey County representatives have responded to concerns from the community regarding proposed plans for the property adjacent to the Old Durham Road Black Pioneer Cemetery.
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.