Read the recent update on the Pool repairs at the Recreation Complex; Learn about how and where to renew your dog licenses for 2019; Check out the current vacancies on the Town’s Boards and Committees; Remember to recycle your Christmas Tree and wrapping paper…and more!
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Grounding remediation and repairs continue at the pool
Construction crews have now completed the majority of the grounding remediation at the Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex Aquatics Facility, with testing scheduled for Friday, Jan. 11. Updates on this project and the final reopening date will be posted to highriver.ca/aquatics-facility
It is now time to renew your dog licenses for 2019. Fees will be $30 for neutered and spayed dogs and $60 for others. Current licenses expired on December 31, 2018 and need to be renewed by January 31, 2019. The penalty for not holding a current license is $100 to $250.