The Township of Brock is celebrating National AccessAbility Week from May 30th – June 4th. This year the theme of National AccessAbility Week as stated by the federal government is “Inclusive from the start”.
In 2019 it was decided that in tribute to the LGBTQ2S community the Township of Brock would paint three of its crosswalks in the shades of a rainbow. Not long afterwards these painted crosswalks were unveiled to the public.
The election race is already starting to heat up in Brock Township.
As first responders continue to serve Brock Township, it’s important that Brock Township Fire Department remains properly equipped to handle all emergencies.
Fire and Emergency Services in Durham Region and Kawartha Lakes have partnered with Enbridge Gas to promote spring and summer safety tips on local radio stations.
It appears as though the provincial government is ready to approve construction of the Brock CHC (Community Health Centre).
The Township of Brock is pleased to announce that Lisa Chen will be joining our team as the Director of Finance/Treasurer on May 9th, 2022.
Please note that The Township of Brock Municipal Administration Offices located at 1 Cameron Street East, Cannington, will be closed for the Easter holidays from Friday, April 15 to Monday, April 18, 2022.
While there have been many signs of optimism and progress, the latest data suggests that we are in yet another wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, as cases begin to rise once more.
The recent rainfalls and mild temperatures have not been kind to our roads.