Terrace Bay Landfill and Garbage Collection
TERRACE BAY, ON April 3, 2020 – The fees at the landfill will be waived on all residential garbage for both residents of Schreiber and Terrace Bay until further notice. While at the landfill, residents are expected to practice proper physical distancing from others and listen to any direction, as provided by the landfill attendants. We ask for the public’s cooperation in only visiting the landfill for necessary and essential reasons. Garbage will still be collected curbside In Terrace Bay on Tuesdays as per normal. Container/garbage tags will not be required for curbside collection as of April 7, 2020 and until further notice. However all other collection rules still apply (121L max size container, lid etc.) and a two (2) container limit is imposed as of Tuesday April 7, 2020. The Township reserves the right to limit or restrict the services noted above, if any abuse or misuse is observed. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and appreciate everyone’s cooperation during this difficult time. Spring clean-up week is still planned for May at this time.The Township of Terrace Bay remains diligent in monitoring the situation as it pertains to COVID-19. We continue to evaluate our operations and all communications from local and regional health agencies, as well as communications from other Federal and Provincial Government Health Authorities on a daily basis. The health and well-being of our residents and community is of great importance.
COVID-19 Pandemic Update: Declaration of Emergency
TERRACE BAY, ON March 28, 2020 The Township of Terrace Bay has issued a Declaration of Emergency for COVID-19. This is a precaution in order to access additional resources and funding during this pandemic, when and if to protect the health and safety of our residents and businesses. While precautionary, the Township is taking the current situation very seriously and is taking every step that we can to protect the community from the threat.
Mayor Jody Davis, on behalf of the Township of Terrace Bay, has declared an emergency to the Province of Ontario dated March 28, 2020, due to Public Health Concerns. This action is deemed necessary to protect the health, safety, and welfare of our residents and properties. Our declaration is made in support of the North of Superior Healthcare Group (NOSH) and in/with the support of our neighbouring community, the Township of Schreiber.
The Township of Terrace Bay remains diligent in monitoring the situation as it pertains to COVID-19. We continue to evaluate all communications from local and regional health agencies, as well as communications from other Federal and Provincial Government Health Authorities. The health and well-being of our residents and community is of great importance.
For additional information, we recommend reading and monitoring the following websites:
North of Superior Healthcare Group
Thunder Bay District Health Unit
Government of Canada
Ontario Ministry of Health
Status of Cases in Ontario
World Health Organization
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COVID-19 Pandemic Update
TERRACE BAY, ON March 25, 2020 Due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, the Township of Terrace Bay’s Municipal Emergency Control Group (MECG) has met numerous times, most recently on March 24th at 10am to discuss updates from the Federal and Provincial governments; updates from health agencies that we liaise with; the Township’s Emergency Plan and continued monitoring of the COVID-19 situation. Terrace Bay’s MECG group consists of the Mayor, Chief Administrative Officer/Clerk, Fire Chief, and Public Works Supervisor.
While we continue to monitor the situation and work with our neighbouring municipalities and partner agencies, we do not see a municipal emergency being declared as a necessary step at this time. It is important to emphasize that this situation could change very rapidly.
A reminder to be careful what you flush. Wet wipes, paper towels and facial tissues can clog pipes. We recognize that many residents may be increasing their use of disinfectant wipes, paper towels and facial tissues in response to COVID-19. We would like to remind residents not to flush wet wipes of any kind. Despite what some packaging says, wipes are not flushable. Paper towels and facial tissues also do not belong in the toilet. These items cannot be flushed because they do not break down like toilet paper does. READ MORE
The Terrace Bay Municipal Office will be OPEN for phone calls only. Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday - 9am to Noon and 1pm to 4pm. If you have questions or would like to pay a bill over the phone, feel free to contact us at 825-3315
Effective March 19, 2020 the Landfill has re-opened for ‘necessary/urgent’ disposal of goods for businesses & residents.
SATURDAYS – 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
WEDNESDAYS – 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Please be courteous, be safe, and stay home as much as possible.
Stan J. Spadoni, Acting CAO/Clerk
Public Notice - COVID-19 Pandemic. As encouraged by the North of Superior Healthcare Group (NOSH Group) Incident Management Committee. In Conjunction with Costa’s Foods and Stewart Pharmacy, the 1st hour of the business day will be dedicated for “SENIORS HOUR” (60 years +)
Costa’s Foodmarket - Monday to Friday: 9:00am to 10:00am & Saturday: 8.30am to 9.30am
Stewart Pharmacy - Monday to Saturday: 9:00am to 10:00am
Thank you for your cooperation. Be safe.
The Township of Terrace Bay has created a webpage to update and inform our residents on the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19. The page has information items and updates for residents and will be updated as we continue to receive more information. Please visit the page for more information