St. Clair Township Crest
1155 Emily Street
Mooretown ON
N0N 1M0

Phone: (519) 867-2021
Email: webmaster@twp.stclair.on.ca

Office Hours
Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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LDD moth (previously gypsy moth) information

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Lambton Generating Station Demolition Project – Rail Spur Reactivation

A rail spur on the Lambton GS property connected to the CSX main line has been reactivated to help improve the removal of scrap metal from the demolition site. The rail spur will remain in-service from April 2021 to December 2022. Several rail cars carrying scrap metal will travel two to three times per week through the northern rural towns of St. Clair Township. Hours of operation will be from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday, with any weekend activity being unlikely.

Winter Parking By-Law

The amended winter parking by-law will go into effect on Monday, January 17th, 2022 and will continue until April 1, 2022.  Under this by-law, it is against the law to leave vehicles of any kind parked on public streets and roads overnight from 1 a.m. to 7 a.m.

Property owners are also reminded that it is against the law to shovel snow out into public streets.  These snow piles create dangerous obstacles that can contribute to needless automobile collisions.

Class Environmental Assessment for the Upgrade or Relocation of the Trunk Sanitary Sewer on Tom Street Notice of Study Commencement

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Prevent FOG (Fats, Oil & Grease) in Our Sewers

● With your help we can prevent FOG from clogging the sewer ●
● Protect your pipes ●
● Don’t let your sewer turn on you and your neighbours ●
● Never pour FOG down the drain! FOG clogs! ●
PREVENT FOG
(FATS, OIL and GREASE)
in our sewers
What is FOG?
FOG (Fats, Oil and Grease) is the most common cause of sewer back-ups. FOG is a by-product of cooking and can be found in butter, margarine, salad dressing, gravies, sauces, lard, shortening, baking goods, meat fats and dairy.
Did you know the sewer system is only designed for the 3 P’s?
1. Pee
2. Poo
3. Paper (toilet paper)
What can you do to help?
DO:
DO collect used grease and cooking oil in a container and dispose of it in the garbage.
DO wipe out visible fats, oil, grease and food residue from dishes, pots and pans with disposable paper towels.
DO put solid waste and food scraps in the garbage.
DO be aware of hidden FOG’s in salad dressing, sauces, gravies, cheese and desserts.
DO use a strainer in the sink to remove excess food debris.
DO encourage neighbours to keep FOG’s out of the sewer system.
DO NOT:
DO NOT pour oil and grease down the sink, drain or toilet.
DO NOT scrape food scraps down the sink, drain or toilet.
DO NOT pour liquid food down the sink, drain or toilet.
DO NOT run hot water over greasy dishes or pans. The FOG will
cool and stick to the inside of the pipes.
DO NOT use a food waste grinder to get rid of food and grease.
DO NOT use washable cloths to wipes greasy dishes clean.
ATTENTION: Restaurants, Industry or Commercial premises where food is cooked, processed or prepared: Necessary measures are required to ensure oil and grease are prevented from discharging to:
• a sanitary sewer more than the limits
or
• a storm sewer in any quantity
as per the Sewer Use By-Law 24 of 2017.
If this pertains to your premise an Oil and Grease
Interceptor is REQUIRED to be installed, operated
and properly maintained in accordance with the
Sewer Use By-Law 24 of 2017. Please refer to
stclairtownship.ca for the By-Law.

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Holt Line Bridge over Sydenham River Closure Notice

BRIDGE CLOSURE NOTICE
To Landowners In Affected Areas
At the recommendation of the Township’s Bridge Inspection Engineer, the Township will be closing the Holt Line Bridge over Sydenham River until rehabilitation has been completed in 2020. At this time, the bridge is considered past its life expectancy and can no longer remain in service.
Detailed design for this structure is ongoing and tendering is planned for early 2020. Ideally, the rehabilitation will commence in the early summer, however, factors including weather and contractor availability may extend the preferred start date.
The Township of St. Clair sincerely apologizes for this inconvenience. This action is being taken to protect public safety, which will always be the Township’s highest concern.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please contact the undersigned. Thank you for your co-operation.
Paul daSilva, CET
Coordinator of Engineering
Township of St. Clair
(519) 867-2125

Pretty Road Bridge over Black Creek Closure Notice

BRIDGE CLOSURE NOTICE
To Landowners In Affected Areas
At the recommendation of the Township’s Bridge Inspection Engineer, the Township will be closing the Pretty Road Bridge over Black Creek until rehabilitation has been completed in 2020. At this time, the bridge is considered past its life expectancy and can no longer remain in service.
Detailed design for this structure is complete and tendering is planned for early 2020. Ideally, the rehabilitation will commence in the early spring, however, factors including weather and contractor availability may extend the preferred start date.
The Township of St. Clair sincerely apologizes for this inconvenience. This action is being taken to protect public safety, which will always be the Township’s highest concern.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please contact the undersigned. Thank you for your co-operation.
Paul daSilva, CET
Coordinator of Engineering
Township of St. Clair
(519) 867-2125

Hunting Licences

St. Clair Township – Hunting Licences – 2019-20 

Resident and Non-Resident Licences to hunt Pheasant and Rabbit in the Township of St. Clair.

Resident Licence – $5.00

Non-Resident Licence – $8.00

Licences are now on sale until February 29, 2020.

*A municipal licence is required in addition to a provincial hunting licence in St. Clair Township.

Licenses will be available at the following locations:  Corunna Home Hardware, Corunna; Agris Co-operative Ltd, Brigden; St. Clair Civic Centre, Mooretown.

Applicants must apply in person and multiple licenses will not be issued.

St. Clair Parkway / Baby Creek Bridge Rehabilitation Notice

IMPORTANT NOTICE
REGARDING
ST. CLAIR PARKWAY / BABY CREEK
BRIDGE REHABILITATION

The Township of St. Clair is planning to rehabilitate the St. Clair Parkway / Baby Creek Bridge. Please find below some important information about the project:

  1. Contact: Please do not hesitate to contact us at anytime regarding the construction or any concerns you may have. Our contact numbers are listed below.
  2. Start Date: Preliminary work will begin on or about October 30th. Work will include concrete repairs and waterproofing.
  3. Duration: The work is expected to take about 4-5 weeks. Weather conditions may extend the completion date.
  4. Traffic Control: The bridge will be reduced to one lane for the majority of the project. A traffic light system will be installed to direct northbound and southbound traffic. Please obey all posted signage.
  5. Property Access: Property access issues are not anticipated for this project.
  6. Garbage & Recycling Collection: Garbage and recycling collection will continue on your normal day of collection.
  7. Special Needs: Please contact us as soon as possible with any special needs so that they can be accommodated accordingly.

Municipality:
Township of St. Clair
Paul daSilva – Engineering
(519) 867-2125

Contractor:
Landform Civil
(905) 651-7636

Project Administrator:
MIG Engineering Ltd.
Michael Bosher – Project Manger
(519) 337-8001

St. Clair Parkway / Baby Creek Bridge Rehabilitation Notice

IMPORTANT NOTICE
REGARDING
ST. CLAIR PARKWAY / BABY CREEK
BRIDGE REHABILITATION
The Township of St. Clair is planning to rehabilitate the St. Clair Parkway / Baby Creek Bridge. Please find below some important information about the project:

  1. Contact: Please do not hesitate to contact us at anytime regarding the construction or any concerns you may have. Our contact numbers are listed below.
  2. Start Date: Preliminary work will begin on or about October 30th. Work will include concrete repairs and waterproofing.
  3. Duration: The work is expected to take about 4-5 weeks. Weather conditions may extend the completion date.
  4. Traffic Control: The bridge will be reduced to one lane for the majority of the project. A traffic light system will be installed to direct northbound and southbound traffic. Please obey all posted signage.
  5. Property Access: Property access issues are not anticipated for this project.
  6. Garbage & Recycling Collection: Garbage and recycling collection will continue on your normal day of collection.
  7. Special Needs: Please contact us as soon as possible with any special needs so that they can be accommodated accordingly.
    Municipality: Contractor: Project Administrator:
    Township of St. Clair Landform Civil MIG Engineering Ltd.
    Paul daSilva –Engineering (905) 651-7636 Michael Bosher – Project Manager
    (519) 867-2125 (519) 337-8001