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Going for Gold! Olympic Celebration  - Sponsored by the Ilderton Skating Club




Congratulations to Scott Moir & Tessa Virtue!



A huge congratulations to Scott Moir (Ilderton) and Tessa Virtue (London) on being named the Flag Bearers for the Winter Olympic Games! Link to story on the Canadian Olympic Team Official Site

Employment Opportunity - Clerk

Clerk

To apply for this position, please submit a resume outlining qualifications and experience by 4:00pm on Friday January 26, 2018 to:

Michelle Smibert, MPA, BA, CMO
Chief Administrative Officer
Municipality of Middlesex Centre
10227 Ilderton Road, RR2 Ilderton, ON N0M 2A0
smibert@middlesexcentre.on.ca

 

Waste and Recycling Collection for those affected by January 8th, 2018 cancellation

All residents affected by the January 8th, 2018 Waste and Recycling collection cancellation will receive collection on Saturday, January 13th.

BRA will be collecting any additional materials out on the roadside due to increased holiday waste generation. Extra bags should be placed beside collection bins (so drivers can place extra bags in bins to get waste into the truck) Extra Recycling must be placed in clear plastic bags (no Christmas paper).

Regular waste collection will resume on Monday, January 15th

Waste and Recycling Collection - January 8th, 2018

Collection Status: Cancellations for January 8, 2018. Please see full PDF notice for Waste and Recycling cancellation notice.

Employment Opportunity - Water & Wastewater Operations Manager

Water & Wastewater Operations Manager

To apply for this position, please submit a resume outlining qualifications and experience by 2:00pm on Monday, January 22, 2018 to:
Brian Lima, P.Eng.
Director, Public Works & Engineering
Municipality of Middlesex Centre
10227 Ilderton Road, RR2 Ilderton, ON N0M 2A0
lima@middlesexcentre.on.ca / Fax 519-666-0271

 

Waste and Recycling Collection - Friday, January 5th, 2017

Bluewater Recycling Agency (BRA) has indicated that garbage collection is proceeding as normal - but they are encountering a few inaccessible roads. We will provide more information on waste and recycling collection as we receive it. Thanks for your patience.

Notice Regarding Frozen Water Services

The extreme cold this winter has forced frost to penetrate deeper into the ground than in recent years.  This may lead to frozen water services.  Please refer to the following document for some common questions and answers:

Frozen Water Services - Common Questions and Answers



Press Release - Joint Middlesex County 2018 Municipal Elections

December 21st -  Middlesex County  2018 Municipal Elections Press Release (PDF)


Christmas Tree Recycling/Drop-Off

Christmas Tree Recycling/Drop-Off is available at the following locations until January 9th, 2018:

1.  Municipal Office
2   Komoka Community Centre
3.  Ilderton Arena
4.  Delaware Lions Skate Park parking lot


Holiday Hours

The Municipali Office will be closed the week of December 25th-December 29th & January 1st.  Normal office hours will resume Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018.  

Employment Opportunity - Water & Wastewater Maintenance Operator/Compliance Coordinator

Water & Wastewater Maintenance Operator/Compliance Coordinator

To apply for these positions, please submit a resume outlining qualifications and experience by 4:00pm on Friday January 5th 2018 to:

Paul Zuberbuhler, B.Sc, B.Comm
Water & Wastewater Operations Manager
Public Works & Engineering
Municipality of Middlesex Centre
10227 Ilderton Road, RR2 Ilderton, ON N0M 2A0
zuberbuhler@middlesexcentre.on.ca

 Holiday Waste & Recycling Collection - December 25 and January 1st

Waste and recylcling collection scheduled for Monday, December 25 and Monday January 1st will be picked up on Saturday, December 30th.

2018 Operating Budget Presentation

The 2018 Operating Budget Presentation (PDF)
for presentation at the Wednesday, December 6th, 4:00 pm Meeting of Council


Presentation Material - Pubic Information Centre No. 3 - Glendon Drive

The presentation materials from the Public Information Centre No. 3 - Glendon Drive Streetscape - Schedule "C" Municipal Class Environmental Assessment meeting held on Thursday, November 30th, are available for download:

Glendon Drive Public Information Centre No.3 Presentation (PDF)


Draft Community Energy Plan

The Municipality of Middlesex Centre has completed its draft Community Energy Plan and we are looking for feedback from the community.



All comments and feedback are required to be submitted to Paul Zuberbuhler at zuberbuhler@middlesexcentre.on.ca by Friday December 8th, 2017 at 4 pm.

Winter Road Maintenance - Frequently Asked Questions



With winter weather approaching - please see our "Winter Road Maintenance - Frequently Asked Questions" fact sheet.

Fall 2017 Centreline Magazine now available!

The 2017 Fall Issue of 'Centreline" magazine should be arriving to residents soon! This issue highlights pet ownership in Middlesex Centre and local pet services, the 2018 Budget, Middlesex Centre Green Initiatives and more...



PDF Version of the Fall 2017 Centreline

Special thanks to this issue's sponsors:
TRY Recycling Inc. & The Better Bin Company
Middlesex Mutual Insurance Co.
CBRE
Dove Dental Ilderton
Village Teapot


Only Tap Water Delivers! Part 3 of Our Educational Video Series



When it comes to safety, reliability, and the best value for your money, only tap water delivers!

For more information about our Drinking Water systems please visit our Drinking Water Page

Road Closure Mapping Now Available



Access Road Closure mapping Online 

‘NO SKATING,’ ‘NO FISHING,’ ‘NO SWIMMING’ signs posted at the Municipality’s stormwater management ponds



The Municipality of Middlesex Centre has signs posted at its stormwater management ponds (commonly referred to as ‘storm ponds’ or ‘drainage ponds’) advising that leisure activities are not permitted. This is due to the inherent safety risks that surround ice skating in the winter and swimming in the summer.

Since such engineered ponds were constructed, signs have been posted at the following stormwater ponds:
• Meadowcreek Park in Ilderton near Willow Ridge Road
• Optimist Park in Ilderton near Meredith Drive
• Jefferies Road
• Caverhill Park in Komoka
• Union Avenue in Komoka

Water entering stormwater management facilities is untreated stormwater runoff that typically drains over a variety of surfaces including roads, driveways and parking lots, through a series of pipes and into the ponds. The water entering the ponds is untreated, and therefore, the suitability of the ice for skating and the suitability of the water for swimming is not known and is not monitored. Stormwater management ponds are not supervised and the Municipality cannot take any responsibility for the safety of persons who attempt to use these ponds for leisure activities. Therefore, the Municipality has taken the step of posting signs at the ponds to prohibit public use of the stormwater management ponds for leisure activities.

Facts about Stormwater Management Ponds

Stormwater Management Ponds are essentially construction facilities that are part of the Municipality’s
overall stormwater infrastructure system. These ponds receive rainwater and runoff from the
surrounding neighbourhood including streets, driveways and parking lots. Dirt, debris and waste settle to
the bottom of the pond, while water flows out to the receiving water body. Removal of dirt and debris is
usually completed every 10-15 years, allowing the pond to return to its designed water volume
capacity. Urban runoff is also subject to oils, road salt and other chemicals—plants in the pond area help
to improve the water quality of stormwater runoff.
For further information regarding the Municipality of Middlesex Centre’s Stormwater Management

Infrastructure, please contact Paul Zuberbuhler at 519-666-0190 x 255
or zuberbuhler@middlesexcentre.on.ca.


Household and Recyclable Wheelie Bins & Sweet Sweeping

In an effort to complete the required spring street sweeping of our roads, Middlesex Centre would like to remind residents that when placing your household and recyclable wheelie bins out for pick up, please do so by placing them behind the curb and out of the roadway. This ensures that every road and curb line is thoroughly cleaned. Middlesex Centre once again thanks it’s residents for their continued cooperation