WELCOME TO THE TOWNSHIP OF BONNECHERE VALLEY
There is a new website in our community called "It takes a Village: Resources for helping each other throughout the Covid 19 pandemic. To view this information please visit www.bvcovid19.ca
Council of the Township of Bonnechere Valley is seeking feedback from local stakeholders regarding Township operations and the delivery of municipal services. The Township has retained the services of a consultant with expertise in conducting service delivery reviews.
We value your input. Please take a few minutes to provide us with your feedback. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8GWJ3Y7
All individual responses will be kept confidential by the consulting team and no personal information will be collected.
The survey should take about 5 minutes to complete and will be available until July 31, 2020 Thank you for your assistance.
The municipal office is now re-open to the public effective Monday, June 8, 2020. However, there will be changes to how you enter and exit the building. We will only allow 2 people in the building at a time while another 2 people will be asked to wait outside for their turn. Other will need to wait in their vehicles. If you are seeking a building permit or a marriage licence this will be done by appointment only.
Effective June 1, 2020 when visiting the Sno-Drifter's Waste Site will once again be charging residents for usage at the stie. You will be required to utilize your FREE Voucher or pay the fee for your load. A reminder that the voucher includes up to 550 kg's for FREE. If your load weighs over this amount you will be responsible to pay the amount over the above this weight. The site accepts only the following methods for payment: cash, cheque or your FREE Voucher. Hours of operation at the Sno-Drifter's Waste Site is Monday-Thursday, 8 am to noon and Saturday from 9 am to 3 pm.
On July 1, 2020 the following services will also ve reinstated: Residents will once again need to purchase garbage tags for curbside pickup and the green (dump) cards to visit any of our sites, the Household Hazardous Waste Depot will be open at Sand Road, and Penalty/Interest will be applied to all taxes, utilities and late payments.
Residents are encouraged to make payments for water and taxes online and/or utilize the afterhours drop box.
Paying Your Taxes Online Through Your Bank - Set Up Instructions
Residents are encouraged to utilize online payment options. Tax and water bills can be paid online through your online banking services, with your financial institution.
To add the Township of Bonnechere Valley as a payee, use the search-term “Bonnechere Valley” and choose “Taxes” for property taxes or “Water” for Water Utility billing. Your account number is your roll number and it can be found on your bill.
TAXES - Use your full roll number (account number) starting with 4738 – use all 19 digits of your roll number without any dashes or decimals. Your roll number is located on the top left hand side of your tax bill.
WATER – Use your account number that is located on the top left hand side of your water bill – use all 14 digits of your account number – do not include any spaces.
*If you own multiple properties you must set up each one as a separate account. Otherwise your payments will not be allocated properly.
The Township of Bonnechere Valley is in a Level 1 Fire Ban as of 12:01 am May 16, 2020. Campfires are permitted. NO Fire Permits will be issued
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we work to limit the spread of COVID-19.
The former Townships of Grattan, Sebastopol, South Algona and the Village of Eganville amalgamated on January 1, 2001 to create the Township of Bonnechere Valley. According to the 2011 Census, the Township has a population of 3,763 people.
Bonnechere Valley is a beautiful little municipality, part of Renfrew County and located in eastern Ontario. It is central from the Nation’s Capital and the Historic Algonquin Park. The main village of Eganville is located at the junction of Highways 41 & 60, a major transportation route for trucks and vehicles traveling to and through those destinations. The municipality is known for its lake and rivers especially the Bonnechere River which flows directly through the village.
There is a wide range of land uses in the Township including residential and commercial development on piped municipal water and sewer systems, rural residential on wells & septic systems, farming and agriculture. In the municipality, we have significant mineral aggregate resources (gravel pits & quarries) and forestry.
The Township encourages development and is controlled through the Official Plan, Comprehensive Zoning By-law and various other municipal by-laws. There are many parks throughout the township that offer a place for young and old to relax and feast on the heavenly surroundings that abound. The Rotary Beach in Eganville as well as the lovely beach on Lake Clear and the numerous beaches on GoldenLake can be favorite spots for tourists. Several 'Tourist Resorts' throughout the Valley can be accessed by the public.
The area is full of history. For example, the Historic Stone Fence off the Opeongo Line makes for an interesting facet of the Township of Bonnechere Valley.
OUR VISION: To make our community a safe, affordable, efficient place where people choose to live, work, visit, and participate in a culture that fosters communication, rural lifestyle, personal growth and healthy commerce.
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July 14th, 2020Council MeetingCouncil meets twice a month on the first and third Tuesdays. We start with a committee...