Outdoor Rinks Are Open!

Come and enjoy a skate

Our outdoor rinks in South Mountain and Inkerman remain open during the stay-at-home order.

The municipality and rink volunteers encourage you to utilize these great local amenities, however, please practice the following rules:

  • Team sports or games where you can’t keep a 2-meter physical distance from others are not permitted
  • Don’t share equipment with others
  • If the rink is busy, come back when there are fewer people
  • Consider wearing a mask
  • Maintain physical distance of at least 2-meters at all times
  • Respect the maximum capacity posted at each rink
  • Rink houses and accessory buildings will remain closed
  • Stay home if you are sick or have been advised to self-isolate

Visit the EOHU website for more public health advice

The Recreation Lending Library is available to residents to borrow snowshoes and skates at no charge. Requests must be made with at least 24 hours in advance of pick up. For more information or to reserve equipment, please contact bcousineau@northdundas.com.

FREE Shop Local Advertising Opportunity

The Township of North Dundas is offering a free shop local advertisement for businesses that will form part of our 2021 Explore North Dundas publication.

If your business is located within the Township of North Dundas, offer a product or service and are open to the public in some capacity, such as offering call in orders, in store shopping, curbside pickup or delivery, then we would like to help you promote your business.

There is no cost for businesses to participate in this opportunity. The advertisement will be a collage of business card sized ads.

What you need to submit to participate:

  • A high resolution logo, at least 250 DPI
  • Your businesses website or social media URL
  • Contact information
  • Brief text you would like included
  • OR if you have a business card sized ad already created, feel free to submit that instead

Submit your details to smann@northdundas.com by Friday, January 22nd and we’ll design the business card ad for you.

The final design will form part of the 2021 Explore North Dundas publication, that will be released in early spring.

Space is limited for this opportunity, so please respond as soon as possible. The Township has final discretion on all ads to be included.

Township Office Closure Due to COVID-19



To protect the health of our staff and the public we wish to advise that the Township of North Dundas Municipal office is closed to walk-in traffic.  Staff will continue to be available by phone (613-774-2105) and by email.

Payments for property taxes and water and sewer accounts can be made through pre-authorized payments, online, telephone banking, regular mail or via the Township’s drop box on the left side of the main entrance door of this building.

Additionally all indoor recreation facilities including arenas, community halls and SDG libraries are also closed.

The Township will provide updates on our website and Facebook.

DELIVERIES:  Please call 613-774-2105 for admittance.

Natural Heritage Study

The United Counties of Prescott et/and Russell as well as The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry have partnered with SNC to conduct a Natural Heritage Systems (NHS) study.

An NHS is a network of interconnected natural features such as forests, rivers, wetlands, and agricultural lands. These systems are made up of core natural areas and natural linkages that support wildlife movement and natural processes necessary to maintain biological diversity, natural functions, ecosystems, and sustainable development activities.

SNC invites interested residents and stakeholders to tune-in for virtual public information sessions on the updated draft Natural Heritage System maps. Feedback will assist in updating Official Plan policies for the Counties.

Please join them online:
Tuesday, February 9, 2020 at 7:00 pm (SDG)
Wednesday, February 10, 2020 at 7:00 pm (UCPR)

Sessions will be live streamed on Youtube.

Find out more information on the SNC website. 

Community Food Collection

Thank you to the community for their support during last months food collection by the Fire Departments in the villages Morewood and Chesterville. The neighborhood parades with Santa on Christmas Eve collected a total of 480 lbs of food.

From left to right: Jane Schoones (Community Food Share Team Leader), Julia Vodyanyuk (Morewood Firefighter and volunteer at the food bank), Trevor Carruthers (Morewood Deputy Chief), Ken Byers (Morewood Fire Chief) and Mike Gruich (Chesterville Fire Chief).

North Dundas Fire Service Awards 2020

North Dundas Fire Service Awards 2020

North Dundas is proud to have a team of dedicated volunteer firefighters, committed to serving their community.

In lieu of our annual awards ceremony, Fire Commissioner Allan Armstrong visited our local fire stations in Morewood, Winchester and Chesterville at their December training meetings to recognize some of our firefighters for their years of service.

In 2020, the following volunteers reached:

FIVE YEARS: Dan Villeneuve, Eric Wilson and Ryan McRostie

TEN YEARS: Matt MacGregor, Jeffrey Sharpley, Rick Young and Ryan Hay

FIFTEEN YEARS: Kreg Raistrick

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS: Jim Henderson (Mr. Henderson will also receive a 25-year Service Medal from the Fire Marshal of Ontario)

Congratulations to all, and thank you for your efforts to keep your communities safe!

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2020 Township Annual Report to Taxpayers

We would normally release this report at the Annual Mayor’s Breakfast.  However, in this time of unprecedented change, we were not able to host the breakfast this year.

The Township, along with many others,  has had to adapt and adjust our services to keep our employees and the public safe. As we continue to move forward,  we want to highlight some activities the Township has undertaken with the residents of North Dundas.   

Please take a moment to review our  2020 Township Annual Report.

New Winter Safety Features

Track My Plow & Winter Safety Features

TORONTO ― The Ontario government is expanding the 511 app to include new winter driving features that will provide drivers and the trucking industry with additional information to support safer route planning when travelling on provincial highways.

“Driving during the winter months can be a challenge in every part of the province, and our government remains committed to keeping Ontario’s roads and highways safe,” said Caroline Mulroney, Minister of Transportation. “That’s why we are enhancing the Ontario 511 app with winter safety features that will provide drivers with even more information so they navigate the best route.”

The Ontario 511 app is now available to all drivers and includes these additional features:

  • Track My Plow which will allow drivers to track the location of snowplows and salt trucks on provincial highways in Ontario
  • Information on winter road conditions so drivers can see which roads are bare or covered with snow
  • Weather warnings from Environment Canada to alert drivers of upcoming storms
  • Up-to-date information on rest areas across the province

The app also provides images from over 600 cameras and includes up-to-date highway information on construction, collisions and road closures. The Ontario 511 app is available for free on the App Store and Google Play.

The full news release and additional information is available on the Ontario Government website.