Sewer Flushing in Port Dover

Please be advised that Sewer Technologies Inc. has been hired to work on behalf of Norfolk County to flush and inspect our municipally owned sewer mains. This work is to start on Monday, July 17, 2017, in the town of Port Dover.

The work is scheduled to begin at 7:30 a.m. and will be completed by 4:00 p.m. each weekday.

Sewer Technologies Inc. will be flushing the sewer mains and then follow up with an assessment of the sewer mains by using a video camera to inspect their condition.


Upcoming Appointments to Port Dover Harbour Marina Advisory Committee

The Council of Norfolk County is inviting persons who reside and/or own property within Norfolk County to submit an Application to serve as a volunteer on the Port Dover Harbour Marina Advisory Committee for a term to expire November 30, 2019.

These provide further information.

The can be submitted to:

Andrew Grozelle, Clerk/Manager of Council Services
Norfolk County Administration Office
50 Colborne Street South, Simcoe, ON  N3Y 4H3

Please Note: Successful applicants will be required to take the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) Volunteer Compliance Training Program provided through Norfolk County.


Water Restrictions for 2017

For the residents of Courtland, Delhi, Port Dover, Port Rowan, Simcoe, St. Williams and Waterford
From May 15, 2017 to September 15, 2017.

Norfolk County would like to remind Residents to limit their outdoor use of water to the following times:
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Water on
Odd Calendar Days
Water on
Even Calendar Days

If your address is an odd number

If your address is an even number

Water restriction days. … Continued

Long Point Causeway and Bridge Municipal Class Environmental Assessment – Notice of Commencement


Notice of Study Commencement

 Rehabilitation of the Long Point Causeway from Lakeshore Road to Erie Boulevard, including the replacement of the Long Point Causeway Bridge over Big Creek.

Norfolk County and their consultant Parson Inc., has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) for the rehabilitation of the Long Point Causeway, from Lakeshore Road to Erie Boulevard, as well as the replacement of the Long Point Causeway Bridge over Big Creek. 



Norfolk County is selling the following property:

  • 161 Wellington Street, Delhi, approximately 18,731 sq. ft.

Property information can be obtained by contacting:

Lydia Harrison, Property Management Coordinator
519-426-5870, Ext. 1323

Offers to purchase can be submitted through a Registered Real Estate Broker or Sales Representative.


Norfolk County Council Videos – YouTube Announcement

Starting today (February 28, 2017), the public will have access to any 2017 Norfolk County council video via the Norfolk County YouTube Channel. These videos will be available after 5:00pm on the following day of the meeting. The videos are organized by meeting type, and feature closed captioning that has been applied by YouTube. A DVD copy of a council meeting is still be available through the County Manager’s office. Please note, live streaming of the council videos will still be available on the Norfolk County Website.


Lifting of Ban on Fires

The ban on open air fires in Norfolk County is now lifted.

As a reminder all open air burning must comply with burn by-law 2016-72.

Please monitor the media for further information.

If you have any requests regarding this notice please contact Fire & Rescue Services Division Administration Headquarters at 519 426-4115.




2017 Monthly Proclamations

The Proclamations that are posted on this page formally recognize important events and organizations within Norfolk County.

There are no Proclamations for the month of July.
Month of June
June is Senior’s Month

  •  Many communities across the province pay tribute to seniors by observing Senior’s Month. This provides an excellent opportunity to recognize senior men and women who make a viable contribution to society.

June 19 is United Empire Loyalists Day

  • United Empire Loyalist Day is an opportunity to reflect on the tradition of the Loyalists and the resources and achievements they have brought to our land.


Robinson Administration Building – Access

The following locations have moved to the Norfolk County Robinson Administration Building located at the new Simcoe Corporate Centre at 185 Robinson Street in Simcoe.

Ground Floor

  • Provincial Offences Office
  • Ontario Court of Justice
  • Corporate Support Services

Second Floor

  • Development and Cultural Services
  • Building and By-Law
  • Community Planning
  • Heritage and Culture
  • Tourism and Economic Development

Third Floor

  • Human Resources and Staff Development

Parking lot access is off of Queen St.


Watch Norfolk County Meetings Live on the Internet!!

Council-In-Committee, Council, Public Meetings, Board of Health, Committee of Adjustment and Polices Services Board Meetings are now available on the Internet.

This service offered by Kwic Internet.

Council-In-Committee meetings are held every first and third Tuesday of the month, beginning at 5:00 p.m.

Council, Public Meetings, and Board of Health Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month, beginning at 5:00 p.m.

Committee of Adjustment meetings are held monthly on the second to last Thursday, beginning at 9:00 a.m.


Locates – Call Before you Dig

For locates for all County infrastructure such as water, sewer, streetlights, catch basins, stormsewers, and municipal drains, please contact ON1Call at 1-800-400-2255.

Norfolk County has contracted ON1Call to facilitate Norfolk County’s request for locates twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.  For further information, please visit



Simcoe Water Supply Class Environmental Assessment


Groundwater is the sole water supply source for the Community of Simcoe. The water is drawn from nine wells and an infiltration gallery/well system. Maximum daily water supply requirements for the community are expected to increase and additional sources are required to augment these existing sources. In 2010, Norfolk County completed a groundwater investigation to evaluate the potential of developing a groundwater source capable of providing the anticipated additional capacity. The main conclusion of the final report was that a groundwater supply could be developed from a location northeast of Simcoe to meet the required additional supply.