Notices2017/05/23OPP - NEWS PORTAL2017/05/23EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES 2017/05/23HORTON BOAT LAUNCH CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE2017/05/23FLOODING INFORMATION2017/05/17NOTICE- INVITATIONAL QUOTES2017/05/17PW TENDERS 2017-04 & 2017-052017/05/16ONTARIO POWER GENERATION PUBLIC MEETING2017/05/15CLEAN WATER FOR HORTON RESIDENTS2017/05/12EXLPORE LOCAL MAGAZINE2017/05/10BEACH VOLLEYBALL 20172017/05/09RIVER ROAD CONSTRUCTION2017/05/08CANADA 150 CELEBRATIONS2017/05/08NEW WASTE PICKUP CALENDAR- EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2017!2017/04/24COUNTRY DANCE- MAY 19 20172017/04/21HORTON'S ANNUAL TRIVIA NIGHT
For all residents that have been affected please read this article on how to take care of your propane tanks during and after a flood.
If your home or cottage has been affected by the flood, please make sure to TURN OFF ALL ELECTRICITY to/from residences and inside as well
Residents that are experiencing flooding of their wells and or septic systems are advised not to drink their water, and to have it tested. Residents are asked to contact the Renfrew County District Health Unit at 613-735-8654 for testing details and further information regarding safe drinking water. Information is also available at http://rcdhu.com/healthy-living/emergency-preparedness/
Red Cross Announces Direct Financial Assistance- Click here for announcement and information or go to http://www.redcross.ca/blog/2017/5/8-essential-tips-for-after-a-flood