Environment

Posted Wednesday, August 29, 2018

ch150On Monday, September 3, you can expect some changes to City of Cornwall programs and services due to Labour Day.
The Civic Complex Main Office will be closed on Monday, but the box office will open at 12 noon. Tickets are on sale for the OHL Game (Ottawa 67’s vs Kingston Frontenacs), to be held at 2 p.m. on Monday afternoon.
The Benson Centre is open for business as usual throughout the weekend, including Monday. The Aquatic Centre pool remains closed as staff continue...

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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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Posted Thursday, August 02, 2018

ch150Monday, August 6, is a civic holiday. Please take note of the following changes to City services.
Closed
Municipal offices, Cornwall Transit, the City Landfill, and Cornwall Public Library will be closed on Monday.
Open
Outdoor pools, the Benson Centre, and the Aquatic Centre will be open for regular programming. The Civic Complex walking track will be open for walkers and joggers from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The Summer Playground Program will continue at city...

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Posted Friday, July 27, 2018

Trash to TreasureThe City of Cornwall is pleased to announce the first-ever Trash to Treasure Day on Sunday, August 12.
Residents throughout the city are invited to participate by placing gently used, unwanted household items to the curb after 7 a.m. on Sunday, August 12. Participants can help treasure hunters by placing signs next to their free items.
“Trash to Treasure Day is all about reducing the waste we send to the landfill,” said Danielle Watson, Waste Management Supervisor....

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Posted Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Falcon webAfter a review of the environment, in conjunction with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and their falcon expert, it is expected that a family of Merlin Falcons will relocate in six to ten days.
Until that time, the City of Cornwall is asking pedestrians to use caution when travelling in the area.
City staff have erected barricades and signs in the area of the Merlin Falcons’ nest. Per the attached map, pedestrians need to use caution when walking in...

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