Public Safety

Posted Wednesday, September 19, 2018

ch150The Lemay St. extension from St. Michel Ave. to the East property limit of the Municipal Works Yard is expected to begin as early as September 24th, 2018, and should be completed by December 7th, 2018.
From time to time, there may be interruptions of City services but it is the intention to hold these interruptions to a minimum and to complete the work as quickly as possible. The Contractor will notify you when and if any interruptions do take place.
Garbage/Recycling...

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Posted Tuesday, September 11, 2018

fire webThe City of Cornwall is holding a public consultation to inform and engage residents in the process of investigating the development of a Fire Station and Training Centre. The proposed facility is intended to improve the quality of Emergency Response service in Cornwall.
The objective of the session is to provide information, seek feedback and offer residents the opportunity to provide input.
Please come and let us know what you think, so that together we can achieve the...

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Posted Monday, August 27, 2018

bus web “With another school year fast approaching, school buses, crossing guards and school zone safety is everyone’s business.”
Under the Highway Traffic Act, motorists travelling in both directions must stop when approaching a school bus that has its upper red lights flashing.
The only exception is on highways separated by a median, traffic coming from the opposite direction is not required to stop.
For a first offense of failing to stop for a school...

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Posted Wednesday, August 15, 2018

City_Hall Dogs must be licensed with the City every year
The City of Cornwall would like to remind dog owners that under Animal Control By-law 112-1998, every dog must be licensed with the City annually and proof of this license provided through the provision of a dog tag.
Dog tags are available at the following locations for your convenience: · PetSmart (501 Tollgate Road West) · Fence Depot (3045 Pitt Street) · Pet Value (1400 Vincent Massey Drive) ·...

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Posted Wednesday, August 08, 2018

shoppingcartThe City of Cornwall is working with retail outlets to ensure shopping carts stay where they belong. Retailers have been reminding shoppers that removal of carts is theft, and have been encouraging the purchase of personal carts.
Despite these extra efforts by business owners and managers, shopping carts are still being abandoned on municipal and private property.
If a resident finds a discarded shopping cart, they should inspect the cart to identify where it came from,...

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