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Media Inquiries

For all media inquiries, please contact Norfolk County's Corporate Communications Department.

Corporate Communications
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 519-420-9345
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Media releases

Boil water advisory to parts of Simcoe lifted

Water has been restored to the residents on Talbot Street affected by the service disruption, and the boil water advisory previously issued for those residents has been lifted.

Raising the flag for MS Canada

Norfolk County recognized Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month today by raising the flag for MS Canada – Grand Erie Chapter on the community flagpole at the County Administration Building in Simcoe.

Boil Water Advisory to parts of Simcoe

Norfolk County is informing residents of a temporary disruption of water service due to issues that have arisen during the ongoing Talbot Street reconstruction project in Simcoe. This disruption will affect localized residents in the surrounding area.

Minister of Infrastructure visits Norfolk County

Ontario’s Minister of Infrastructure, the Honourable Kinga Surma, joined Mayor Amy Martin and staff today to tour Norfolk County’s water and wastewater operations in Port Dover.

Fireworks rules and safety tips for long weekends

As residents prepare to celebrate long weekends this summer, Norfolk County is reminding the community about the importance of adhering to fireworks rules and safety practices.   

Celebrate Museum Month in May with Norfolk County

May is Museum Month, and Norfolk County will join over 700 museums, galleries, and heritage sites across Ontario in celebration, marking the start of the 2024 summer tourism season.

Port Dover drinking water update

Norfolk County has completed work on all Port Dover properties identified in 2023 as having irregular connections to the municipal drinking water supply.

2024 Tree Giveaway in Norfolk County

Norfolk County is proud to announce its upcoming Tree Giveaway, which kicks off Wednesday, April 24 at 9 a.m., offering 190 trees to County residents.

Leaf and Yard Waste program begins April 8

Norfolk’s urban leaf and yard waste collection begins April 8 in zone one (Simcoe and Long Point) and April 15 for zones two (Port Dover, Langton, and Port Rowan) and three (Turkey Point, Vittoria, St. Williams, Courtland, Delhi, and Waterford).