Community Info

Posted Thursday, December 14, 2017

Year in ReviewOver 300 business and community leaders received a positive report outlining positive trends in the Cornwall economy during the annual Team Cornwall Year in Review event on Thursday morning at Galaxy Cinemas.
"Our economy continues to see positive growth fuelled by investments from all sectors, and by companies both large and small," stated Bob Peters of Cornwall Economic Development.
Cornwall Economic Development has delivered the annual recap of business news for the...

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Posted Thursday, December 14, 2017

ChristmasCity Council and the City of Cornwall would like to wish all residents a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Please note City administration offices will be closed as of Friday, December 22 nd at 12 pm and will reopen on Tuesday, January 2 nd .
For questions or concerns on municipal works related issues during this period, please call (613) 932-5354.
Please take note of the following service changes during the holiday period:
Garbage & Recycling There...

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Posted Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Safe driver awardsCornwall Transit employees were honored during a breakfast ceremony on Wednesday, December 13th at the Cornwall Transit facility on Second Street West.
Mayor Leslie O’Shaughnessy, CAO Maureen Adams and Municipal Works and Infrastructure General Manager John St. Marseille and Cornwall Transit Division Manager Len Tapp were on hand to present certificates and pins to employees with safe driving and safe working records.
“We want to recognize the level of professionalism...

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Posted Monday, December 11, 2017

Winter parkingThe City of Cornwall would like to advise motorists that overnight winter parking restrictions will be in effect on Monday, December 11th and Tuesday, December 12th.
The latest forecast shows snowfall amounts reaching upwards of 15 centimetres by Tuesday evening. As such, overnight parking on any roadway on Monday and Tuesday night will be restricted.
Overnight winter parking restrictions are necessary in order to ensure snow clearing activities can be completed in a safe...

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Posted Thursday, December 07, 2017

Pet oxygen masksCornwall Fire Services has another tool at its disposal to help furry family members in emergencies.
Pumper trucks are now equipped with pet oxygen masks – life-saving devices specifically designed for animals that have been exposed to smoke during a fire.
“Our first priority in the case of fire is always to assist the occupants involved and ensure buildings are cleared. While doing our job though, we often have the opportunity to help pets,” said Firefighter...

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