|POST FLOOD UPDATE:|
Updated July 5, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.
The Township would like to thank its residents for their patience and understanding during the recent June 23, 2017 flooding event.
Residents are being asked to use caution when pulling over to the side of a road as some of the roads edges may still be unstable due to the ongoing rain.
Any funding assistance for the residents of the Township of Adjala-Tosorontio who were affected by the flooding will be managed by the Province through their implementation of the Provincial "Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians" program which may provide financial assistance to private landowners following natural disasters. More information about this program and eligibility is available at: Ontario.ca/disasterassistance, by printing a copy of the program here: Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians Program Guidelines, or by obtaining a copy from the Municipal Centre.
The Township has provided the Ontario Government with an overview of the damaged area. To provide more accurate data, we need the help of our residents. If you experienced damage, please call the municipal office at 705-434-5055 and ask for Alice, or complete a brief questionnaire: Click Here for Flood Damage Report Form
Buildings and Structures
While the Township appreciates the hardship that residents are facing at this time of recovery, it will be the responsibility of each resident to ensure that their property is brought back up to good repair. Please note, aggregate (sand, gravel, top soil) will not be available through the Township.
Questions on repairing buildings and structures on your property including your septic may be directed to the Building Department at (705) 434-5055.
Care should also be exercised if your private well was near any of the flooded areas. More information or questions on private well safety may be directed to the Simcoe County Health Unit at (705) 458-1103 or you may visit their website at: http://www.simcoemuskokahealth.org
Watercourses and Flooding Updates
If you are located near a watercourse or low lying area please refer to the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority or the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority for work being completed on your property.
Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority