On Monday, October 18, Grey County is working with community partners to conduct a one-day survey for individuals experiencing homelessness in the county. Staff and volunteers will be available at various hub sites to meet with individuals.
County Counil meetings will now begin at 10:00 a.m. on meeting days.
Comments to be submitted to the County Clerk by October 26.
Update October 21
On October 21st, Public Health declared the Rhinovirus (common cold) Respiratory Outbreak at Rockwood Terrace over. We are happy to share that all outbreak restrictions have been removed.
County-wide survey gives residents the opportunity to share how COVID-19 has impacted their daily lives.
Highlights include a presentation from Georgian College, closed bridges on the Holland Sydenham Town Line and more.
Workshop will help farmers turn business ideas into finished products, and new or small agri-food businesses to grow.
Grey County Council is holding a public meeting on October 28, 2021 at 3:00 PM to discuss proposed development charge rates and policies that will be applied throughout the County. Council will be considering the approval of an updated development charges by-law(s) on a date following this
County to lower flags, fly the Every Child Matter Flag, and develop resources with Grey Roots Museum & Archives.
Grey Roots Museum & Archives, as a contributing supporter of the Durham Art Gallery, is bringing the art of Emily Kewageshig to the public in an accessible, unique format.
Highlights include a presentation about our electric vehicle future, recognizing Truth and Reconciliation Day and more.
Grey Road 19 Widening between Grey Road 21/ Mountain Road/Simcoe Road 34 and Grey Road 119/Gord Canning Drive