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  • New Carbon Monoxide Regulations New Carbon Monoxide Regulations
    New Carbon Monoxide Regulations
  • Soccer Program Picture Soccer Program Picture
    2015 Timbits Soccer Program
  • 2015 Tennis Program Picture 2015 Tennis Program Picture
    2015 Children, Youth, and Adult Tennis Program
  • 2015 Summer Camp Picture 2015 Summer Camp Picture
    2015 Summer Day Camp Program
  • 2015 Golf Clinic Picture 2015 Golf Clinic Picture
    2015 Spring Adult Golf Clinics
  • 2015 Spring Fitness Picture 2015 Spring Fitness Picture
    2015 Adult Spring Fitness Programs
  • Source Water Protection - South Georgian Bay Lake Simcoe Protection Region Source Water Protection - South Georgian Bay Lake Simcoe Protection Region
    The Source Protection Plan for our area has been approved by the Ministry of Environment and takes effect on July 1, 2015. This affects all properties in the Township of Tiny within the capture zones of all municipal water systems.
  • June is Recreation and Parks Month June is Recreation and Parks Month
    June is Recreation and Parks Month - View Activity Calendar
  • Streetlighting Conversion to LED Streetlighting Conversion to LED
    The Township of Tiny is partnering with RealTerm Energy Coropration to upgrade 390 of Tiny's streetlights to LED. Click on the picture to view details of the projects' progress and learn more information.
  • Strategic Planning Process Strategic Planning Process
    Community Visioning Challenge and Interactive Workshop, Saturday, July 11, 2105, Wyebridge Community Centre, 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Click on the image for more details.
  • Children Children
    The Township of Tiny is developing a New Community-Based Strategic Plan. Students are invited to create a colourful picture with the theme "The Township of Tiny's Great BIG Future." Click on the picture for complete details!
  • Happy Canada Day Happy Canada Day
    Happy Canada Day! The Municipal Office will be closed on Wednesday, July 1, 2015. Council and staff wish everyone a safe and happy Canada Day.
  • An Official Plan is a planning policy document that establishes goals, objectives, land use designations and land use policies for these designations to manage and direct development and land uses throughout the Township. Official Plans are used as a tool to ensure appropriate uses of land are promoted in the Township based on the principles of good planning, and Provincial, County and Township policies.  The Planning Act requires municipalities to review their Official Plans no less than every five years and the Township is currently in the process of the Official Plan review and update.

  • The Township of Tiny is proposing the implementation of a new Lot Grading/Drainage Plan Procedure effective January 1, 2016.  This Procedure outlines the required information that must be submitted with a building permit application for specific types of construction.  This Procedure incorporates significant deviations from the present requirements for how site plans, grading plans and evaluation of soil conditions are dealt with through the building permit application process.  The Township is seeking public input in the form of comments/questions on this new Procedure.  These comments should be directed to the Building Department and must be received no later than September 30, 2015.

  • Council will be holding a Special Council Meeting on
    Wednesday, July 8, 2015, to discuss the Strategic Plan Process for the Township of Tiny and will be considered a Council/Staff Workshop on the matter.  The meeting will begin at 10:00 a.m. in the Council Chambers, 130 Balm Beach Road West.

  • ​The Township is developing a New Community-Based Strategic Plan.  The Plan will focus on our future.  It will identify a community-based vision for what we collectively believe the future holds for the Township of Tiny.  We invite you to be part of the process.

    We are hosting our first Community Visioning Challenge and Interactive Workshop:

    Saturday, July 11, 2015, Wyebridge Community Centre, 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.


     

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