Due to ROAD RECONSTRUCTION Activities underway in the Kenogami Rd/MacDonald Ave Area, residents are asked to use caution in this area and obey all traffic signs and barriers to ensure public safety and the safety of the workers. These activities are expected to be ongoing from early June to late Fall 2021. The Municipality apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause. For more information contact the Township Office.
Township of Terrace Bay News
We are pleased to announce that the Terrace Bay Swim Pool will be offering swim lessons this summer! New Format! 2 days/week for 5 weeks from July 12 to August 12, 2021. Check out the Terrace Bay Swim Pool webpage for more information!
Notice to Residents - Kenogami Rd Reconstruction Project Phase II. Affected Residents of Kenogami Road - House Numbers: Even: 22 to 50 and Odd: 13 to 35.
Please be advised that the Township of Terrace Bay will be hosting a Public Information Session regarding the upcoming construction activities on a section of Kenogami Road mainly affecting the above noted addresses. Representatives from the project Engineering firm KGS Group and the construction contractor Makkinga Contractors will be on hand to provide details of the project as well as answer any questions the public may have.
The information session is scheduled for Tuesday June 8/21 @ 6:00pm via Zoom Link
The Township encourages all affected residents and interested members of the public to attend this important session. For more information, please call the Municipal Office at 825-3315
Residential FINAL Street Sweeping Operations to resume Tuesday May 25th, 2020
Re: Bylaw 29-2014 Spring Cleaning of Lawns
On May 3, 2021 Council passed the following resolution: “RESOLVED THAT Council approve that enforcement of the “fouling of the highways provisions of bylaw 29-2014 be suspended with respect to spring lawn care until spring municipal sweeping operations have concluded. “CARRIED”
Property Owners are responsible for clean-up of any lawn sweepings left on the road after the final spring sweeping operations have concluded.
Jon Hall, Chief Administrative Officer/Clerk
Exciting News! Parks Canada’s Lake Superior NMCA team will be opening a small visitor centre in the newly-constructed Terrace Bay Beach Pavilion! This new waterfront facility is located on Lake Superior at the mouth of the Aguasabon River. The pavilion will welcome visitors looking to explore the northern coast of the lake. Upon opening, the centre will offer merchandise sales, community programs, interpretive programming, and celebratory events such as Canada Day and Lake Superior Day. A 300m boardwalk extends from the pavilion along a nature trail leading to Parks Canada red chairs, located at the eastern edge of the beach. Expect to see smiling Parks Canada staff on site at the Terrace Bay beach starting in Summer 2021. For more details check out the online article.