Warden Barfoot highlights accomplishments and thanks colleagues in his 2017 closing address.
Grey County students ages 12-18 can attend the Nov. 24 conference for free. Scholarships available for your 19-25.
Highlights include the 2018 budget background report, new children's services resources and more.
Public Open House Nov. 15 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Grey County Administration Building.
ATVs will be allowed 30 minus before sunrise and 30 minutes after sunset on many County roads between April 15 and November 17.
Highlights include ATVs on county roads, and updates from Recolour Grey and Economic Development.
Grey County is getting set to launch a 15-month pilot called “New to Grey” to attract and retain newcomers to the community. Funding provided by the Government of Ontario has allowed Grey County to recruit an outreach coordinator.
Learn about the proposal and share your feedback on November 21 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Keady Community Centre.
Technology continues to have a huge influence on the worlds of agriculture and food.
Residents can now contact Grey County to apply for the Sustainable Housing Benefit, a program to assist with housing-related costs including hydro, natural gas, propane and wood heating bills.
Job seekers are encouraged to bring resumes to the job fair. Interviews will happen on site.