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Save on 2024 dog tags

Norfolk County dog owners, now is the time to purchase a 2024 licence tag for your furry friend. 

All dogs in the municipality are required to be licensed each year. Failure to do so could result in fines being issued to the owners of untagged dogs under Animal Care and Control By-Law 2014-46. 

Book your holiday party with Norfolk County this year

If your family or company needs a space for a holiday party, Norfolk County has plenty of options. From Port Dover to Port Rowan, Simcoe to St. Williams, community halls and multipurpose rooms are located across the municipality. There are many different sizes of facilities and locations to choose from. 

Norfolk Arenas now LiveBarn Venues

Norfolk County is pleased to announce a new collaboration with LiveBarn Inc. as the official video streaming provider starting November 18. 

Remembrance Day in Norfolk

Norfolk County will join Canadians across the country on Remembrance Day in paying tribute to the courage and sacrifice of those who served and continue to serve our country during times of war, military conflict, and peace.

Norfolk celebrates World Town Planning Day

Each year, on November 8, World Town Planning Day recognizes and promotes the role of planning in creating livable and vibrant communities. Over 30 countries worldwide recognize this annual event. 

Bridge Project now complete

The Bridge Project, located on Norfolk County Road 45, is now complete. Situated close to Langton between Highway 59 and East Quarter Line Road, the new bridge is a single-lane prefabricated modular panel bridge 5.7 metres wide and has a life span of between 50 and 75 years.

Budget Committee approves 2024-2033 Capital Plan

Norfolk County’s Budget Committee has reviewed and approved the 2024-2033 Capital Plan. Norfolk’s 2024 Capital Budget is heavily focused on managing existing assets, with notable expenditures in roads, facilities, and water and wastewater treatment plants.   

Fall Leaf and Yard Waste Collection begins

Fall Leaf and Yard Waste collection begins next week in Norfolk County. With that in mind, residents should avoid raking or blowing leaves onto the street or a neighbouring property as per by-law 2004-213. 

Norfolk to participate in Local Government Week

Norfolk is joining the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, and many other municipalities across the province to celebrate Local Government Week from October 15 to 21.