The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 requires each municipality to address the needs of those within their community with disabilities. We are only able to address your needs if you make us aware of them.
|Accessibility Policy - April 2013.pdf||7.8KB|
|Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation Workplan - Draft||6.38KB|
|Please review our Workplan and feel free to suggest amendments, changes, other considerations to staff and/or your member of Council. The more people involved in creating a long term working plan for the municipality will ensure more challenges have been considered and the most effective solutions created to meet those challenges.|
|Accessibility Plan - 2003 - Under Review||3.24KB|
|Municipal Customer Service Policy - 2009||5.41KB|
|Municipal Policy on Employee Accommodation - 2009||2.12KB|
|Municipal Accessible Customer Service Training - November 2009||10.72KB|
|Municipal Accessible Customer Service Training Powerpoint Presentation - November 2009||29.5KB|
|Municipal Accessibility Survey - 2009||4.78KB|
|Please complete the survey and forward to the Municipal Office by August 31, 2009. All responses will be held completely confidential and will only be utilized to complete our Accessibility Plan review.|
|2019 Accessibility Annual Status Report||5.33KB|
Head, Clara & Maria does not have it's own Official Plan. This means that we have adopted the County of Renfrew's Official Plan and are governed by it. A copy of the County Official Plan is available in the municipal office for your review.
Estimated Pick-up Times
Deux Rivieres - Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Estimated Recycling Pick-up Times
Deux Riviere - Tuesday- 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Bisset Creek - Tuesday- 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Stonecliffe - Monday- 9:00 - 11:00 noon
Mackey - Monday- 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
*Please note that recycling pick up for Mackey/Stonecliffe is every second monday, please see the calendar for dates.
|Municipal Environment Policy & Guidelines||3.48KB|
|Municipality of the United Townships of Head, Clara and Maria Waste Recycling Strategy Report||1.18MB|
|New Waste Diversion By-Law||10.26KB|
|Leaf and Yard Waste||1.04KB|
|Hours of Operation||2.94KB|
|User Pay Program||1.08KB|
|Waste Collection Routes||1.58KB|
|Provincial Offences Contraventions||5.93KB|
|Waste Diversion By-Law Implementation Newsletter||46.68KB|
Nominations for the Municipal Elections to be held Monday, October 22, 2018 will open May 1, 2018.
2018 Nomination Notice - Head, Clara & Maria
The Emergency Response Plan will be made available in alternative formats or with communications supports upon request.
Remember that although the municipality, the province and the country have emergency plans and procedures in place - it is up to you to prepare to protect yourself, your family and your property for at least 72 hours.
IN CASE OF FIRE 310-FIRE or 310-3473.
CALL THE MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES or 613-732-5541 Pembroke Office. THIS APPLIES TO ALL GRASS, BRUSH AND FOREST FIRES WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY.
Council has approved a donation campaign which was kicked off with a letter included in the 2011 first installment tax bills. Council donation priorities for 2011 include: updates to Old Mackey Park including picnic tables, benches, landscaping; updates to LaCroix Park including picnic tables and/or benches; refinishing the hall floor by leveling and applying the same flooring as used in the washroom renovation; minimal contributions to Canada Day Celebrations.
Head, Clara and Maria's Recreation Advisory Committee consists of many hard working and dedicated volunteers. The Recreation Advisory Committee hosts events throughout the year in efforts to raise money to be put back into our community through improvements to our parks, boat launches, municipal building and grounds. If you are interested in becoming a member please contact the Municipal Office at 613-586-2526.
|Terms of Reference||52.29KB|
Thank you for your interest in our Municipal Recycling Program. In February of 2007, our municipality contracted with a small firm to collect recyclables. Our contractors request that all materials be cleaned and placed in clear (transparent) plastic bags for collection. This prevents materials from absorbing water from rain or snow and making them more difficult to collect and process.
The Township is responsible for maintaining 18 km of rural gravel roads. Each year the Council of the Municipality of the United Townships of Head, Clara & Maria requests the cooperation of all persons in keeping vehicles from obstructing snow removal operations in the Municipality and in refraining from placing snow from private property onto Municipal roadways. Notification is placed in the local newspaper in October or November. Necessary action will be taken against persons contravening the Highway Traffic Act in this respect.