Proof of Vaccination Required
As of September 22nd, all North Middlesex indoor recreation facility users, are required to show proof of vaccination to enter any of our indoor recreation facilities as per Ontario Regulation 364/20.

If you are attending the Arena or a Community Centre, please bring your proof of vaccination (2nd dose) as well as a valid piece of government-issued identification (driver's license, health card, passport, birth certificate, indigenous membership card, or permanent resident card). Your information will not be stored or recorded.
National Day For Truth & Reconciliation
The Municipality of North Middlesex will be observing the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Thursday, September 30, 2021. In observance, our flags will be at half mass to honour the lives of children and individuals who suffered due to the effects of residential schools and staff will be dressed in orange.

Also referred to as “Orange Shirt Day,” this day provides all Canadians with an opportunity to recognize, remember and reflect on the tragic history and legacy of residential schools and the continued impacts on Indigenous peoples.

North Middlesex is committed to reconciliation and ensuring that the tragic history and ongoing legacy of residential schools are never forgotten.
Latest News in North Middlesex
Lifting of COVID-19 Temporary Financial Relief Measures

At its August 11th, 2021 meeting, Municipal Council approved the lifting of COVID 19 temporary financial relief measures effective September 10th, 2021.

In order to avoid penalty and interest charges, please ensure your account is up to date prior to October 1st, 2021.

Introducing Paymentus- A New Way To Pay Municipal Bills

Introducing a new way to pay your North Middlesex bills via credit card using Paymentus. The platform brings more power and flexibility to bill pay by enabling you to quickly pay online using a Visa or Mastercard credit card within a secure, easy-to-use experience.

*Disclaimer: A 2.5% convenience fee charged by Paymentus is added to each online transaction.
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 and proof of vaccination for all indoor recreational facilities (See above for more details).
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.
One Million Pounds of Plastic 'Recovered' in Bluewater Region
All those yogurt containers, shampoo and detergent bottles being recycled in Midwestern Ontario, are finding new life, thanks to a new partnership between four Huron-Perth businesses.“It’s pretty cool to see everything you put in your blue box in South Huron and southwestern Ontario, stay here, and get put back in the ground,” says Mike Lovie, from Bluewater Pipe in Huron Park.

First, recycling bins from Huron, Perth, Lambton and Middlesex counties end up at Bluewater Recycling Association’s sorting facility in Huron Park. There, they meticulously sort your recyclables, by robot, and by hand. Then they bale and send all the yogurt containers, shampoo and detergent bottles, better known as high-density polyethylene (HDPE) to EFS Plastics in Listowel.
Dates to Remember

Waste Transfer Station
Upcoming Dates

Wednesday, October 6th & 27th
12 pm - 3 pm

Saturday, September 23rd
8:30 am - 11:30 am
Important Reminder to Residents
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.