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Posted On Tuesday, 17 September, 2019

Flushing MapBetween September 22 nd and October 4 th , the Township of Centre Wellington will conduct annual watermain flushing. 
Over time, naturally occurring minerals found in our groundwater can build up as sediment in the pipes.  Watermain flushing is the process used to clean watermains of this sediment.  This is accomplished by flushing high velocity water through fire hydrants.  Our cleaning program improves water quality and only clean water is used in the...

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Posted On Tuesday, 17 September, 2019

CENTRE WELLINGTON – Do you know how much money from your taxes goes to the Victoria Park Seniors Centre or Winter Sidewalk plowing?  Did you know that your tax dollars are split between the school boards, the County of Wellington and The Township of Centre Wellington, with the Township only retaining 28%?  These are some of the reasons why we are reaching out to our citizens – to engage and get input on the 2020 Operating budget – and how it affects...
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Posted On Thursday, 01 August, 2019

Council Meeting Date:   July 22 & 29, 2019
Strategic Decisions from Council
Water Supply Master Plan - Notice of Study Completion
Staff presented Council with the draft Water Supply Master Plan Report (WSMP), and received approval, putting the plan into a 45 day comment period.  The WSMP provides a strategy for planning activities and projects as well as a roadmap for future investments in the Township's water supply.
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Posted On Tuesday, 30 July, 2019

CENTRE WELLINGTON – Through an extensive consultation, needs assessment and review of the Township’s assets, which began in summer of 2017, Council approved the final Parks, Recreation & Culture Master Plan (PRC) at last night’s Council meeting. The Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan identifies needs and priorities for the Township of Centre Wellington and its partners to consider to the year 2028.
“This plan takes our entire community...

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Posted On Tuesday, 30 July, 2019

CENTRE WELLINGTON – Staff presented Council with the draft Water Supply Master Plan Report, and received approval, putting the plan into a 45 day comment period. “Thank you to our staff and the consultants for a very thorough, scientific based and results oriented Water Supply Master Plan” said Mayor Kelly Linton. “Providing safe and reliable water is a priority for this Council. We have an approved strategic plan that ensures our commitment to protecting...
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