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Town of Wasaga Beach

Town of Wasaga Beach
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    Welcome to Wasaga Beach. Discover what summer is all about!
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    Welcome to Wasaga Beach, the worlds longest freshwater beach!
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    Welsome to Wasaga Beach, Sand, Water and Fun included!
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    Wasaga Beach, the place to be to relax, discover, learn, believe, soar!
  • Natures trail - deer on a walk Natures trail - deer on a walk
    Wasaga Beach offers over 100 kilometres of trails for hiking, cycling and in the winter months, cross country skiing. Keep watch and you may see one of our many deer!
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    Nottawasaga river in the fall

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  • ​On behalf of the Township of Clearview, Cedarwell Excavating Ltd, will be installing sanitary sewer forcemain from Stayner to Sunnidale Road at Knox Road East. The work will take place on Knox Road West, Frank Street, Wilson Gate, County Road 7 and 27/28 Sideroad. Construction is anticipated to start June 16, 2014...

  • In recent years the Town of Wasaga Beach Healthy Community Network has been promoting its Share the Road Program throughout the town. Share the Road is a program which raises awareness about road safety and promotes the responsible use of the road by all users especially cyclists and motorists.

  • ​Residents are reminded that the best way to protect themselves from WNv is prevent mosquito bites by taking personal protection measures and reduce mosquito-breeding sites. See link for more information on how to protect yourself and your family.  Simcoe Muskoka Health

  • ​The Bay Sands Development Area of Wasaga Beach was established circa 1970 using a “checkerboard” pattern of land ownership (i.e. individually owned). It is a low density residential area consisting of 100 lots and is currently undeveloped.

  • Mayor Patterson, Members of Council and staff are pleased to offer a $5.00 per month Wasaga Beach Youth Transit Pass for youth aged 11 – 19. The Youth Transit Pass is available to youth that are residents in Wasaga Beach on a 6 month trial basis beginning July 1st 2014. The $5.00 per month youth transit pass has been initiated by way of a collaborative partnership through the Town of Wasaga Beach, Wasaga Beach YMCA, the Wasaga Beach Youth Centre, the South Georgian Bay Community Health Centre and United Way- Greater Simcoe County.
  • ​The 2013 year has closed with the Town of Wasaga Beach in a strong financial position.

    Overall the net adjusted annual surplus amounts to $385,592 (Note 16 of F/S). This amount is less than 1.0% of the total budgeted expenditures and is due mainly to greater dividends than expected received from Wasaga Resources and supplementary Tax billings surpassing the budgeted amount. 

    Reserves increased by $775K, due largely to the carry-over of projects to 2014.

    2013 Final Consolidated Financial Report December 31 2013.pdf

    2013 Financial Statements Staff Report Final.pdf

  • ​Wasaga Beach is number one of 10 on the top 10 beaches in Canada review, Travel

    "These 10 beaches across Canada are the hottest destinations to spend long summer days and nights. By QMI Agency"

  • ​August 5, 2014 – The following is a summary of what took place on Friday August 1st pertaining to the closure of the Dardanella, Bananas and Copa Cabana bars.

  • ​As part of the new infrastructure needed to service the proposed Brock’s Beach Creek Commercial Development located west of Lyons Court (Old Highway 26) and north of New Highway 26, the Developer, DAS Development Inc., will be installing external sanitary sewers and watermain on 71st Street, and Lyons Court. The limits of the external servicing are described below.

  • ​The Town of Wasaga Beach is inviting comment on its proposal to identify an appropriate method for maintaining the navigability of the Nottawasaga River within the area between the Schoonertown Bridge and the mouth of the river (see key map).   Maintaining the navigability of the Nottawasaga River is essential to providing a safe and efficient recreational corridor for area residents, businesses and visitors, and a means of emergency access along the river and into the bay (OPP, fire and MNR all launch watercraft from the river).  In addition, ensuring an appropriate depth in the river will also help to reduce the risk of ice jams and seasonal flooding.

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General Government Committee8/28/2014 2:30 PM
Labour Day - Statutory Holiday - Offices Closed9/1/2014 12:00 AM


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