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  • Oct 7, 2021, 12:00 AM

    The skyline in Muskoka is changing and that means fall cleanup is just around the corner. Residents have three options for leaf and yard waste cleanup.

  • Sep 2, 2021, 12:00 AM

    MUSKOKA LAKES – Following Provincial Offences Court proceedings, a Brandy Lake property owner plead guilty to charges laid under the Township Site Alteration By-law 2008-56 and received a fine as a result. An Order to Remedy had also been previously issued to the subject property, as well as two properties on Lake Joseph’s Sugarloaf Island and a property on Fish Hatchery Road. 

  • Jul 15, 2021, 12:00 AM

    The Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources and Forestry (NDMNRF) – Parry Sound District is advising area residents that a Watershed Conditions Statement - Water Safety is in effect until Thursday July 22, 2021. This message will affect residents within the NDMNRF Parry Sound District which includes the District Municipality of Muskoka, the Territorial District of Parry Sound and a north-west portion in the County of Haliburton.

    High water levels and flows are anticipated to remain over the next week as runoff from recent rain moves through the river systems.

    Residents are reminded to keep a close watch on conditions and regularly check for updated messages.

    With recent rainfall the banks and shorelines adjacent to water bodies can be extremely slippery and unstable. Residents and visitors should exercise caution while around waterbodies and maintain close supervision of children and pets. Rivers are flowing much faster than usual for this time of year and may be hazardous for recreational activities. Lake levels are currently higher than usual for this time of year possibly causing some challenges for water activities.

    NDMNRF also advises extreme caution when using forest access roads for outdoor activities as they may become inundated with water, are prone to washouts and may become impassible due to localized flooding.