Lakeshore - Feb. 19, 2021: Lakeshore Recreation will begin to offer modified recreational programs, and use of its recreation facilities once the region officially enters Orange-Restrict of the response framework. Activities that may become available will include the indoor walking track, ice sports, open skating, shuffleboard, instructional classes at the Atlas Tube, Libro Centre in Woodslee and the Comber Community Centre, as well as a potential re-opening of the WFCU Pools at the Atlas Tube Recreation Centre. FULL STORY
Lakeshore - Jun. 12, 2020: There has been a watermain break in Belle River at St. Louis St. and Brian St. This area will be under reduced pressure pending the repair. Hydro services will also be out in this area while the break is being repaired. Crews are onsite. Thank you. FULL STORY
Stoney Point - Jun. 10, 2020: Conditions are favourable for the development of dangerous thunderstorms that may be capable of producing damaging wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain.
Severe thunderstorms may move in from Michigan and Northwest Ohio later this afternoon into this evening.
The main threats include damaging wind gusts to 110 km/h which may cause power outages. Torrential downpours and large hail, FULL STORY
Lakeshore - Jun. 9, 2020: The intersection of Eleventh St. and Notre Dame St. will be closed on Wednesday, June 10th for road milling work. This intersection will also be closed on Monday, June 15th and Tuesday, June 16th for paving (weather permitting). Thank you for your patience while we improve our infrastructure. FULL STORY
Stoney Point - Jun. 8, 2020: A small fire broke out in Stoney Point tonight, on St. Clair Road east A chicken coop caught fire. Lakeshore Fire Department was on scene quickly and had the blaze out quickly. FULL STORY
Lakeshore - Jun. 8, 2020:
Current average daily water levels on Lake St. Clair sit at around 176.00 m (I.G.L.D.). This water level is 1 cm above the all-time record high monthly average for June set last year, and 8 cm below last year’s peak daily average water level set on July 7/8th. Water level forecasts are currently predicting a slight rise in lake levels of 2 to 3 cm over the month of June. FULL STORY
Stoney Point - Jun. 6, 2020: Last year, the high water levels caused one tree to uproot and fall into the lake. This year, there are likely five or six more. Like most photos, these do not do justice to the changes along the shoreline at Tremblay Beach Conservation Area. FULL STORY
Lakeshore - Jun. 6, 2020: A group of community leaders, business owners and residents
are volunteering their time to hold an Essex County-wide food drive on June 27th in
collaboration with the Goodfellows and Windsor Essex County Food Bank Association. The June
27th Miracle project is asking every Windsor-Essex resident to place a non-perishable food item
on their doorstep at 12:00 pm, and an army of volunteers will be going around to pick them up.
Drop-off locations will be available for those living in rural areas. All donations will be given to
food banks and organizations across the community. FULL STORY
Lakeshore - Jun. 4, 2020: The Town Lakeshore intends to control noxious weeds along rural roadsides. Roadside vegetation management procedures shall commence no sooner than June 13,2020,weather permitting and ending July 30, 2020. FULL STORY
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