Resolutions passed by Bruce, Grey and Huron County Councils formally endorse the Clean Energy Frontier program, demonstrating the critical role of clean energy to the region and highlighting the region’s role in a net zero future.
Commencing May 24, 2021, weather permitting, and ending July 30, 2021, the County of Grey Transportation Services intends to control weeds and grass along guide rails.
Highlights include the 2021 tax and Reserve Fund Policies, the approval of a new subdivision in Meaford, and more.
Grey Roots Museum & Archives is pleased to announce plans for the construction of a General Store in Moreston Heritage Village. This building will function as a historic general store as well as a space for special event demonstrations and educational programming activities.
Spring signals the start of a busy construction season for the Grey County Transportation and Public Safety Departments.
All reduced load restrictions on Grey County-owned roads will be lifted for the season as of Monday, April 19, 2021.
Closures will help limit the movement of people while Public Health manages contact tracing for the recent surge of COVID-19 cases.
Virtual session to be held May 4 with Environment Canada meteorologist Gerald Cheng.
Highlights include a Business Enterprise Centre Update, approval of an Asset Management Strategy and a Local Immigration Partnership Settlement Strategy and more.
Grey County’s Business Enterprise Centre is pleased to be offering two grant programs this summer to assist local small businesses.
Community engagement survey open until May 16.
Highlights include annual recognition of the Pearls and Politics exhibit, a new vision for Social Services from the Provincial government and more.