As a follow up to the statement I made on October 6, 2020, I would like to thank the community for their support over the past two months.
The Regional Municipality of Durham will be repairing the Beaver River Bridge, which connects Simcoe Street (Regional Road 15) over the Beaver River, in the community of Beaverton, Brock Township.
The Township of Brock in partnership with Watson & Associates Economists Ltd. are hosting two (2) virtual open houses on October 21st to gain public
I am issuing this statement in response to enquiries that have been made about my health. I have been trying to address a couple of health issues recently that have required me to go briefly to the hospital and to rest to try to get better.
The Township of Brock Brock COVID-19 Community Grant for Not-For-Profits, was established to provide some financial relief and assistance to not-for-profit community organizations that provide direct services, events and programs to the benefit of the residents of Brock.
The Council for the Township of Brock is pleased to announce the appointment of Dean Hustwick as the Chief Administrative Officer.
The Corporation of the Township of Brock is seeking community-minded individuals from all areas of the municipality to submit their names for consideration as appointees to the following advisory committees:
The Township of Brock is working on a comprehensive and independent ward boundary review to identify effective and equitable electoral ward boundaries for the 2022 municipal election and beyond.
Please take notice that the Corporation of the Township of Brock will hold a Special Council meeting pursuant to the Municipal Act, 2001 on Friday, September 11, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. to consider a motion regarding a boathouse lease transfer and the following staff reports: Report 2020-CO-48: Stage 3 Reopening of Township of Brock Arenas; Report 2020-CO-49: Brock CHC Request for Free Space at the Beaverton Thorah Medical Centre; and Report 2020-CO-50: COVID-19 Assessment Centres.
Please be advised that Concession Road 6 (Thorah) will be closed between Thorah Sideroad and Simcoe Street for Bridge Rehabilitation commencing Tuesday, September 8, 2020 for an approximate eight (8) week period.