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Annual Large Waste Items Collection Postponed

Posted on Tuesday, March 01, 2022 03:30 AM

The Township of Champlain would like to advise the public that the annual large waste collection scheduled for May has been postponed to the fall. The opening of the municipal landfill, planned for May 1, has also been delayed to a later date. 

Revised Schedule for 2022 - Annual Large Waste Items Collection 

Ward

Collection Week

Vankleek Hill (Ward 1)

Week of September 12, 2022

L’Orignal (Ward 2)

Week of September 19, 2022

Longueuil (Ward 3)

Week of September 26, 2022

West...

Adoption of a 2022 Budget Focused on Our Community

Posted on Wednesday, February 16, 2022 11:45 PM

Champlain, February 16, 2022 – At its regular meeting on February 10, the Township of Champlain Council adopted the 2022 municipal budget of $21.7 million, with an operating budget of $15,073,652 and capital projects of $6,647,160.

For 2022, the property tax rate is increased by 2.61%. For a house with an average property assessment of $225,247, the increase represents $69.89:

  • $41.95 for the municipal portion (3%)
  • $27.94 for the United Counties portion (3%).
  • No increase in school taxes

The mayor was very...

Industrial Land for Sale

Posted on Tuesday, February 15, 2022 08:30 PM

The Township of Champlain is excited to have partnered with Colliers to sell 18.5 acres or industrial land in industrial Park of Vankleek Hill. Our goal with the transaction is to bring more industrial development to the area along with the job opportunities the development will provide.

Don’t miss out on this great development opportunity in Vankleek hill. Located between Ottawa and Montreal this site is perfect for logistics and manufacturing. Access to the site from Steve Fonyo Drive. Municipal...

Mill Creek Municipal Drain Frequently Asked Questions - Notice of Meeting

Posted on Tuesday, February 08, 2022 12:00 AM

Notices were received by some residents of Longueuil and L'Orignal last week regarding the Mill Creek municipal drain. We have received several questions on this matter, so here are the answers to many of those questions. [1]

What’s a municipal drain?

Most municipal drains are either ditches or closed systems such as pipes or tiles buried in the ground. They can also include structures such as dykes or berms, pumping stations, buffer strips, grassed waterways, storm water detention ponds, culverts...

Summary of Intended Procurement for 2022

Posted on Tuesday, February 01, 2022 10:30 PM

The Township of Champlain plans to issue various tenders during the year 2022. Subscribe to the Bids and Tenders page to be notified as soon as a new tender is issued.

Public Works Department

The following documents will be available around March 2022.

  1. Grass cutting and trimming
  2. Supply and delivery of winter sand
  3. Tree cutting and stump grinding
  4. King Street combined sewer separation and reconstruction project
  5. Engineering services for the reconstruction of Pattee Road and Eldermer Road intersection

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