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Council Meeting – Monday, September 21, 2020

The next Council Meeting will be held on Monday, September 21, 2020 at 6:30pm in the Terrace Bay Community Centre - Activity Room. The public is invited to attend these meetings in person or online through Zoom. Just click on the Zoom Links below to attend the virtual meeting:

Agenda Link - https://bit.ly/2FQTPND
Zoom Link - https://bit.ly/3hRa6yY

Reminder: All persons entering the Terrace Bay Community Centre are required to wear a mask and hand sanitize at the entrance.

Curling Club Survey: Join Us!

This year the Terrace Bay Curling Club is hoping to open with specific COVID safety restrictions. At this time they will follow guidelines from the Curling Canada Association for safely opening our operations and hope to host curling on the same days as last year. Given that this year may look a little bit different they are surveying all members new and existing, to safely re-open.

Please help us out by answering the following questions by September 24th.

Take the survey!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TBCurlingClubSurvey

Terrace Bay Mill Road Reconstruction Project

Reminder – The Municipality of Terrace Bay wishes to advise residents that the Mill Road Reconstruction Project has started.  Construction Activities in these areas will be ongoing.  To ensure public safety as well as the safety of the workers, residents are asked to exercise caution while in this area and obey all signs and safety barriers.  For more information call the Municipal Office at 825-3315.

Council Meeting for September 8, 2020

The next Council Meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at 6:30pm in the Terrace Bay Community Centre - Activity Room. The public is invited to attend these meetings in person or online through Zoom. Just click on the Zoom Links below to attend the virtual meeting:

Agenda Link
Zoom Link

Reminder: All persons entering the Terrace Bay Community Centre are required to wear a mask and hand sanitize at the entrance.

Reminder to Residents: Be Bear Wise

The potential for human-bear interactions increases when there are less natural food sources available. This is when food sources such as garbage, fruit trees and bird seed can draw bears into populated areas.

If you have a fruit tree attracting bears, we encourage you to harvest the fruit from the trees to reduce the amount of unwanted visits in your neighbourhood.

Follow these tips to prevent an unwanted visit by bears foraging for food:

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Fall Street Market

Introducing Recycle Coach

Landfill Summer Schedule in Effect June 6, 2020

Terrace Bay COVID-19 Updates (click on pic)

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