Phone: (519) 867-2021
As a reminder, yard waste in plastic bags will not be accepted during yard waste periods.
During this time yard waste will not be collected with your regular household waste.
Engineering Services for Structure 44 and 50, St. Clair Township
St. Clair Township has retained the services of Planmac Engineering Inc. to undertake a Schedule ‘A+’ Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) and Detailed Design for the replacement of Structure 44 and 50. Structure 44 is located south of Baby Point on St. Clair Parkway approximately 300m south of Indian Road, and Structure 50 is north of Port Lambton approximately 120m south of French Line West. Both structures are shown on the key map in link below or Click here.
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.
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.
Road closures and detour are inevitable.
Check out the link below to help plan your route or click here
To help ensure collection crews remain healthy, all waste should be bagged and securely tied.
Loose garbage bags or garbage bags in cans at the curb will not be collected if they are not tied.
Maximum weight per bag is 50 lbs.
As a reminder, ashes (i.e. cigarette butts, cigars, and fire pit ash) need to be separately sealed in a bag and placed in waste.
Please ensure these items are completely extinguished before placing in the garbage.
As well, napkins, paper towels and tissues are NOT recyclable.