Changes in our daily living November 1

Just a friendly reminder:  daylight saving ends and Hydro One customers are back to time of use priceing unless “tiered” pricing is selected. (more…)

Renting Ice for General Use at Nobleton and Trisan

Another opening:  its now possible to rent ice for general use.  See here for information. (more…)

Winter Parking Begins Nov. 1

Season for winter parking restrictions is starting.  For all the information see here. (more…)

2020 Community Grants

If you are involved with a non profit community program which provides programs to the community your group may be eligible to receive a grant from the Township.  Our annual budget process includes setting aside funds for this program;  applications are reviewed and Council determines which grants will be given.  The process for making these grants in 2020 was not completed in late spring as is usual. Hence, the process is being re-started.  Applications for a grant must be submitted by November 20.  If your group has already submitted you do not need to re-apply unless you would like to modify the application.  If you have not made any application for 2020 you can now do so.   Here is a link to the criteria and application form.  If you are unsure don’t hesitate to contact [email protected] for more information. (more…)

Its Public Library Week

Programs for butterfly enthusiasts, writers and readers.  See below.  You need to register at the King Library Online Calendar. The programs feature published authors, experts in their respective fields and King’s local artist Grazna Tonkiel who is also a keen dedicated butterfly conservationist.