Welcome Back! Grey County public buildings are now open to visitors by appointment or reservation.
Grey County is excited to announce that the Grey Transit Route (GTR) will begin operating their new transit service starting on September 14. The service will be free to ride from September 14 to October 31.
Grey County Warden Paul McQueen, Grey County councillors and senior staff joined more than 1,000 participants online at the annual Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO)’s 2020 Conference.
Grey County Warden Paul McQueen and a number of County Councillors will join more than 1,000 participants in the Association of Municipalities of Ontario's 2020 AMO Conference from Monday, August 17 to Wednesday, August 19.
The Grey County Business Enterprise Centre is providing 45 small businesses from across the region with one-time funding.
Highlights include community transportation, a delegation about side by side ATVs on the CP Rail Trail and more.
The Grey County Social Services satellite office in Markdale has moved to the South East Grey Community Health Centre at 55 Victoria Avenue in Markdale. The move will allow clients to access additional services more conveniently, such as primary care and other health services.
Now more than ever, it’s important to support our communities and small businesses.
Grey and Bruce Counties are joining forces to address newcomer integration and employment needs in the region. The two counties have received funding through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to form a Local Immigration Partnership and hire a coordinator.
Program focuses on aiding existing Grey County small businesses as they pivot to reopen and maintain operations throughout COVID-19.
Highlights include the 2019 audit, 10-year capital forecasts, year-end projections and more.