The Township of Brock is considering the development of a bylaw to license and regulate short term rentals (STR’s).
The Council and staff of the Township of Brock are pleased to announce the appointment of Fernando Lamanna as the new Clerk/Deputy CAO.
The Council of the Corporation of the Township of Brock has decided to open Brock beaches and the Beaverton Harbour to non-residents once the Province has moved into Step 2 of the Roadmap to Reopen Plan
As of Monday, June 14, 2021 the Township of Brock will resume booking appointments for in-person services at the Municipal Administration Building located at 1 Cameron Street East, Cannington.
The Randy Skinner Splash Pad at Beaverton Harbour Park is scheduled to open June 1, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Do you know an outstanding senior who enriches everyday life in our community? Nominate them for this year’s Senior of the Year Award. Nominations are being accepted now and will be open until May 31, 2021.
Since Cannabis has become legal, the Township of Brock (like all municipalities) has struggled to figure out the best ways to mitigate the impacts of Cannabis Growth and Production sites. We enacted an Interim Control Bylaw for two years so that we could study how best to do that.
After what has been a very productive five weeks in the position of mayor, I feel the council team and the administrative team are progressing aggressively on all of our objectives and that we are moving forward in the best interests of the residents of Township of Brock.
Nominations for the Township of Brock Accessibility Award are being accepted until May 31st! Each year, we recognize an organization or business that has shown
As Mayor for the Township of Brock, I deeply regret having to inform the public that two Brock residents who were hospitalized due to COVID-19 have since succumbed to the virus.