On June 3– 4, volunteers, community partners and county staff are coming together to build a youth engagement pavilion at the Alpha Street housing community in Owen Sound.
Grey Roots Museum & Archives is pleased to unveil the Grey County Historic Communities online mapping project. The application identifies the smaller historic communities on both County and local roads. Users can explore pictures from the past read descriptions about the settlements. The project pays tribute to communities that at one time played an important role serving settlers in the area.
On June 9, Grey County is holding a public meeting to discuss the use of ATVs (all-terrain vehicles) on many County Roads and on more sections of the CP Rail Trail. Participants will learn more about the requests and will have the opportunity to voice their opinions.
Grey Roots Museum and Archives is hosting a brand new event on Sunday, June 12 from noon to 5 PM. Saints & Sinners Taste of the Trail is a chance to taste great beer, wine and cider while enjoying delicious food and live entertainment in the Moreston Heritage Village.
Friday September 30th 2016 at Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre, Owen Sound
Engaged residents can help shape the future of Grey County by participating in the Recolour Grey launch event on Thursday, May 19th at 7 p.m. at the Grey County Administration Building.
Over the next few months, Grey County will be completing seasonal road work across the region. For a full construction map, please visit www.grey.ca/roads and select the interactive map.
Four Grey County Paramedics will receive the Ontario Award for Paramedic Bravery at a ceremony Thursday evening at Queen’s Park in Toronto. In total, the Province is honouring 21 paramedics across the province.
On April 20, 2016 Grey County received confirmation from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care that funding will continue for community paramedicine until March 31, 2017.
On April 19, Grey County launched a new online tool making it easier for parents and guardians to find and apply for child care.
Do you have access to affordable, high-speed Internet? Grey County needs your feedback to help plan investments and service improvements in this critical infrastructure.
On April 5 Grey County Council discussed possible solutions to the challenges facing Rockwood Terrace, the County-owned long-term care home in Durham. Rockwood Terrace is an older building and requires significant updates by the year 2025 to meet Ministry Standards.