Vaccination Clinics In North Middlesex
Mark your calendars!
Monday, August 30th from 10 am - 3 pm

Middlesex-London Paramedic Service is back for another Pop-Up Vaccination Clinic at the Ailsa Craig Recreation Centre located at 155 Annie Ada Shipley St, Ailsa Craig ON.

If you are unable to attend due to accessibility reasons please don't hesitate to contact Miranda Bothwell to arrange a home vaccination (details below).
Latest News in North Middlesex
We're Hiring! Manager of Public Works

We have an exciting, full-time opportunity in our Infrastructure and Operations Department for a Manager of Public Works. Applications are due September 15th, 2021 at 4 pm. To apply please upload a cover letter and resume on our website. Click the button below

START DATE: October 2021
Marriage Licenses & More

After a hiatus for COVID-19, staff are pleased to once again offer civil marriage ceremonies at the Municipal Office or off-site upon request.
Marriage licences and ceremonies are just two of the services offered by North Middlesex.
Contact the Municipal Office if you:
  • need a document signed by a Commissioner of Oaths
  • are looking to apply for a lottery license
  • wish to request a congratulatory for a significant event.

We're Hiring! Deputy Clerk
North Middlesex has an exciting opportunity with potential for advancement in the Municipal Clerks Department. We are looking to hire a Deputy Clerk/ Communications Coordinator.

Applications are due August 27th at 4 pm. To apply please upload a cover letter and resume to our website through the link below.

START DATE: Immediately
Our Facilities Are Open For Booking

Looking for a venue for your wedding, family celebration or other special events?
North Middlesex community centres and picnic pavilions are once again open for bookings, following the provincial COVID-19 guidelines.
Applications Now Open!
Our Community Improvement Plan (CIP)- Innovate North has officially launched for the 2021 season. Applications will remain open for the year and we encourage local businesses to take advantage of this potential funding opportunity.

This year there are four series of funding programs available that are targeted to our community through the CIP; Beautification Program, Rural Economic Development Program, Accessibility Program and Brownfield Study Program.
Local Business Highlight
Great Canadian Hideaway
32910 Centre Rd, Parkhill, ON N0M 2K0

It’s all in the name of the Great Canadian Hideaway; a place to get away from the everyday. Visitors to the Great Canadian Hideaway can fish, canoe, paddleboat or kayak on the 250-acre lake, take a leisurely stroll on the nature trails, swim in the huge heated pool, enjoy endless crafts and activities, or just kick back by the campfire and take in the night stars.

 This truly is camping at its best! Learn from owners Eric and Tania Vieira how moving to Middlesex County to run their business has been so “right” for them.
September Fire Prevention
September's fire prevention message is focused on post-secondary students as they prepare to move into shared or rented accommodations this Fall.

Parents, guardians and students themselves should take an active role in finding a safe place to live. Please take a moment to review the top 10 tips for a safe place to live for student accommodations.
Dates to Remember
Waste Transfer Station
Upcoming Dates

Wednesday, September 1st & 15th
12 pm - 3 pm

Saturday, September 18th
8:30 am - 11:30 am
North Middlesex Farmers Market
Upcoming Dates

Saturday, September 4th & 18th
8:30 am - 12:30 pm

229 Main St, Parkhill ON
Dates Subject to COVID Status
Did You Know?
Clear Your Storm Drain
To prevent flash flooding after a bad storm it is important to ensure that storm drains are routinely cleared of debris (ie: leaves, sticks, lawn clippings etc.).

Keeping drains cleared regularly will allow drainage after a heavy rain.