Nominations for the Township of Brock Accessibility Award are being accepted until May 6.
Today, March 28, in consultation with the Regional Medical Officer of Health, the Chief Administrative Officer, Regional Emergency Control Group, and in partnership with all of our local municipalities, Regional Chair John Henry lifted the of emergency in Durham Region. The State of Emergency will be effective as of 5:00 p.m.
The Brock Township Fire Department is advising residents to contact them regarding any restrictions governing open air burning, before starting any fires or burning brush.
With the warmer temperatures we have experienced this week and everyone being happy to get back outdoors again, we want to remind residents that our street sweeping program does not commence until mid to late April.
The Township will continue to follow public heath guidelines in accordance with the Region of Durham and Province of Ontario.
The Township of Brock Fire Department welcomes Katie Dukelow as the new fire prevention inspector and public educator.
Residents are advised that new all-way stop signs have been installed at the intersection of Rennie Street and Albert Street in Sunderland.
The Township of Brock celebrates March 8, 2022 as International Women’s Day.
At their first Council meeting following the initial Russian Invasion of Ukraine, Council held a moment of silence for those victims affected by the aggression toward the Ukraine people.
Please be advised that there is upcoming scheduled maintenance for our website http://www.townshipofbrock.ca taking place on March 3, 2022 at 10:00 pm for approximately four hours.