Thank you to our amazing volunteers including order takers Mimi (right) and Ethan (left). Photos submitted.

Outbreak found in Stoneridge Manor in Carleton Place

The Health Unit is working with Stoneridge Manor in Carleton Place to manage a COVID-19 outbreak. One staff member has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Infection control measures have been put in place to manage the outbreak and are being monitored by the Health Unit. Staff have been instructed to wear Personal Protective Equipment at […]

First person with confirmed COVID-19 reported in Leeds, Grenville & Lanark

Today, Dr. Paula Stewart, Medical Officer of Health for the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit, confirmed that an individual living in the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark area has tested positive for COVID-19. The person is in isolation at home and had recently returned from the United States. A woman in her 70s was […]

Mayor Black offers sincere thanks for cooperation throughout community

To the Carleton Place Community On behalf of Council I would like to take this opportunity, first and foremost, to offer a sincere thank you to everyone for the cooperation we have recently witnessed throughout our community. As we have proven many times throughout the years, the way we continue to pull together and look […]

Carleton Place continues to monitor new inforation regarding COVID-19

The Town of Carleton Place continues to monitor new information regarding the COVID- 19 pandemic. Businesses As per current provincial rules, all bars and restaurants have closed except those facilities that can provide takeout food and delivery. Many other non-essential businesses have also made the difficult decision to temporarily close their doors. We encourage you […]

Fairview Manor, Almonte and Carleton Place Hospitals make changes to prevent spread of COVID-19

To help prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have made some changes at Almonte General Hospital, Fairview Manor and Carleton Place & District Memorial Hospital. We want to ensure the safety and well-being of patients, residents, staff and physicians. Patient and resident visits are not permitted at this time. Exceptions may be made on […]

Carleton Place’s Emergency Operations Centre is monitoring infromation on COVID-19

As COVID-19 pandemic is evolving quickly and updates are emerging daily, we want to assure our residents that the Town’s Emergency Operations Centre is operating and monitoring new information as it becomes available in order to be able to ensure the health and safety of our residents. In order to stay safe, Health Canada is […]

Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority responds to novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

In its continuing efforts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) continues to follow the lead of our local public health units, as well as provincial and federal health officials. The health, safety and well-being of our staff and visitors is our top priority. After careful consideration, MVCA is responding with […]

OPP seeking assistance with theft of licence plates

Lanark County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is seeking assistance from the public to help identify the person responsible for the theft of licence plates from a parked car. On the evening of Thursday, March 5 an unknown person went to an address on Bates Drive in the north end of Carleton Place and stole two […]

Ottawa Conservation Authorities to work with provincial and municipal partners on flooding strategy

With the spring thaw top of mind for residents who were affected by significant flooding along the Ottawa River in 2019, the Mississippi Valley, Rideau Valley and South Nation Conservation Authorities welcome the coordinated approach that Ontario proposes to build between federal and provincial governments, local municipalities, Conservation Authorities and indigenous partners to protect people […]

Carleton Place Council holds special Committee of the Whole meeting

On Tuesday March 3rd, Carleton Place council convened a special session of their committee of the whole to deal with several issues. One reason for the gathering was to hold a public meeting to discuss an amendment to the town’s official plan (OP).  This request came about as a result of planning by the Ontario Ministry of […]