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Posted Tuesday, 06 April, 2021

The Province announced that the Huron-Perth Public Health would be moving from the Provincewide Emergency Brake   to a Provincial Emergency and a Stay-At-Home Order . The transition to the Provincial Emergency and a Stay-At-Home Order takes effect on Thursday, April 8 at 12:01 a.m. 2021. More information can be found  here.
Goderich Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice. While the office is closed, appointments for marriage licenses,...

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Posted Tuesday, 30 March, 2021

A new video shows how the raw water source from Lake Huron is treated at the Goderich Water Treatment Plant to become clean, safe municipal drinking water for the town’s residents, businesses and visitors. The video is the third in a local drinking water series.
Ausable Bayfield Maitland Valley Source Protection Committee (SPC) released the video on March 24, 2021. The virtual tour of the Goderich Water Treatment Plant is hosted by John Graham, Environmental Representative...

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Posted Wednesday, 10 March, 2021

Huron County, Ontario – Throughout the month of March, Huron County Immigration Partnership has collaborated with Forum Research Inc. and the University of Western Ontario to conduct a survey on the experiences of discrimination in both Huron and Perth region. “In order for Huron to better understand how we can make our communities more inclusive, we need to first learn how our residents are experiencing discrimination,” said Warden Glen McNeil. “With this...
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Posted Monday, 01 March, 2021

The Province announced that the Huron-Perth Public Health would be moving from the Orange-Restrict level of the strengthened COVID-19 Response Framework to the Yellow-Protect level.  The transition to the Yellow-Protect level took effect on March 1, 2021. The framework, with more information can be found  here .
Goderich Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice. While the office is closed, appointments for marriage licenses, commissioning...

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Posted Monday, 01 March, 2021

Approximately 300 metres of shoreline bluff located south of Bethune Crescent in Goderich is being graded to create a gentler slope toward Lake Huron. Currently, the bluff has a nearly vertical drop to the water which has been identified as a public safety concern. To address this, the developer of Coast Goderich has received approval to grade the slope, including moving soil into the lake. The bluff material being moved into the lake is at an unstable slope and would have eventually...
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