News and Notices

Below are the latest Public Notices and News items from the Haliburton County. Please use the Categories Menu on the right to filter these results. To view past News and Notices use the Archives menu on the right. For questions please contact Michele Moore 705-286-6550 x239.


Horseshoe Lake Road (County Road 20)
Horseshoe Lake Road (County Road 20) lane reductions near the Horseshoe Lake Dam, below Bethel Road, have been extended to the end of July 2017. The road has been limited to one lane of traffic to facilitate work to replace Horseshoe Lake Dam, part of the Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact: Natalie Austin, Public Relations Continue Reading...
Minden Hills Emergency Status Terminated Friday May 26, 2017 9:00 am Release #17-82
The Township of Minden Hills has terminated the declared state of emergency due to the flooding of the Gull River Watershed, effective today, Friday May 26, 2017 at 9:00 am. The wide spread and significant threat to safety of persons and property from the recent flooding of the Gull River Watershed has declined. The Township is currently operating in the Continue Reading...
Minden Hills Road Closures Update Friday, May 26, 2017 1:00 pm Release #17-83
The Bobcaygeon Road “Sunnybrook” Main Street Bridge has been reopened to vehicular traffic as of 12:00 noon. All previously closed roads due to the flooding emergency, with the exception of the portion of Water Street noted below, have been reopened. Water Street will remain open to local traffic only, and CLOSED to non-residential pedestrian and vehicular use (those who do Continue Reading...
Minden Hills Road Closures & Conditions Update Tuesday, May 23, 2017 3:15 pm Release #17-79
Due to an engineer review, settlements and erosion of the Bobcaygeon Road “Sunnybrook” Main Street Bridge, the structure will continue to remain CLOSED to vehicular traffic, but has been reopened for pedestrian use only. The Township will be seeking further reviews of the structure, which will be reopened, at the earliest opportunity, as public safety and the protection of infrastructure Continue Reading...