SOUTHWEST MIDDLESEX NEWS, NOTICES and EVENTS
Notice of Project Implementation - Appin Road Watermain Replacement,
Notice of Project Implementation
Project Screening Report
Project Location Map
Southwest Middlesex Newsletters
A Step Toward A Cleaner Environment.
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SWM Railway Station Inducted into the North American Railway Hall of Fame
The Great Refrigerator Roundup - Take Part in this Great Program
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Middlesex Police Services Group
The municipalities of Lucan-Biddulph,
Middlesex Centre, North Middlesex and Southwest Middlesex have agreed to
group together for policing services. Read more
Community Lead Sampling and Testing
Four Counties Transit has Expanded!
Secondary School Graduates
Expanded opportunities for
transit services throughout the service area--see information
Southwest Middlesex provides an award to all graduating secondary school
students who reside in Southwest Middlesex and who have obtained 80% or
higher in six (6) subjects in their graduating year. Please direct any
questions concerning this award or proof of eligibility for this award to:
Sheila McCahon, Deputy Clerk
Municipality of Southwest Middlesex
153 McKellar Street, P.O. Box 218, Glencoe ON N0L 1M0
Phone: 519-287-2015, Ext. 107 Fax:
Alarmed For Life
Members of the Wardsville and Glencoe Fire Departments
may be visiting your house to conduct a brief survey concerning smoke alarms
in the home. The Southwest Middlesex firefighters carry photo
identification with them. The surveys that they will be completing are
mandated by the Office of the Fire Marshall. Your assistance in
providing the required information is greatly appreciated.
Every home in Ontario must
have working smoke alarms--it is the law. Install smoke alarms on
every level of your home and outside sleeping areas. Test the alarms
once a month and replace the batteries at least once a year.