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Updated: May 03 17
 Created: May 11 16

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Updated: May 15 20
 Created: Mar 01 16


May to October Holiday Long-Weekends the Round Lake Waste Site located at 168 Sunrise Road, Round Lake, will be CLOSED on Sundays & OPEN on MONDAYS from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm excluding Canada Day.


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Tenders for Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards

Deadline for Submission : May 19, 2020 4:30 pm local time

Submission by mail or the drop box located at the back entrance of the Municipal Office at 1, John Street, Killaloe

01-2020 Crushed Gravel Granular "A" 3/4"

02-2020 Double Surface Treatment Foy Park Corridor RoadDouble Surface Treatment Foy Park Corridor Road

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AED Donation Form Click Here

Bonnechere River Water Management Plan Amendment

**MEDIA RELEASE** April 7, 2020 from Mayor Janice Visneskie Moore Click Here

MEDIA RELEASE February 2020 from Mayor Janice Visneskie Moore Click Here

MEDIA RELEASE from Mayor Janice Visneskie Moore Click Here

**MNRF Approval of Major Amendment to the BRWMP to change the lower operating limits on Round Lake** Click Here

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Call the Municipal Office at 613-757-2300 to set up an appointment.

Ontario Electricity Support Program

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County of Renfrew Emergency Minor Home Repair Assistance Program

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Covid-19 Information for Residents

Updated: May 15 20
 Created: Mar 31 20

Click here for more information regarding the Covid-19 situation in KHR Township.

At 12:01 a.m. on May 16, 2020, Ontario lifted the Restricted Fire Zone (RFZ) designation that was put in place last month across Ontario's fire region. The province will continue to assess forest fire hazard conditions and an RFZ designation may be reinstated in higher risk areas if conditions deteriorate. These restrictions were put in place in order to reduce the number of preventable human-caused fires and lower the risk of wildfires impacting the public.

The usual burning regulations apply as indicated in Killaloe-Hagarty-Richards Township By-Law # 40-2018. Click here for the full by-law (pdf file).
Note that there is no daytime burning. That means that you can burn from two (2) hours before sunset until two (2) hours after sunrise.

There is to be no burning of garbage.

Campfire means an Open-Air Fire, having a maximum fuel volume of .6 metres x .6 metres x .6 metres (2 feet x 2 feet x 2 feet), that is set or maintained in an outdoor
firepit or outdoor fireplace and is used solely for the purposes of cooking food, providing warmth or recreational enjoyment.

Brush piles for burning must be no larger than two meters in diameter, two metres high and placed not less than ten metres apart. There may be no more than three brush piles burning at any one time.

In the case of burning grass, the area to be burned shall be less than one acre and the length of the flaming edge shall be less than thirty metres.

Updated: Apr 02 20
 Created: Mar 31 20

Updated: Mar 31 20
 Created: Mar 01 16

Welcome to the Township of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards

Explore our landscape of rich forests, pristine lakes and winding rivers and streams and you’ll find the perfect countryside for bird watching, snowshoe or snowmobile once the snow and frozen lakes appear.

Our natural landscape supports a wide range of four season family oriented outdoor activities and when it’s time to stop for a rest, shop or pick up supplies, visit one of the charming villages scattered throughout the township for some local country hospitality. We are also home to a thriving community of artists, musicians and performers who display their talents at local galleries and venues.

For information on some of the events and festivals you can enjoy here, see our Special Events.

Incorporated on July 1st 2000 as a result of the amalgamation of the former Township of Hagarty and Richards and the former Village of Killaloe, this area was first settled in the middle of the 19th century by Irish immigrants. As time went on, German, Kashub, Polish and Wendish settlers arrived by way of the Opeongo colonization road.

With grand scenery, plenty of destinations, clear lakes, rivers and streams plus festivals and celebrations galore, the Township of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards is truly Naturally Spirited!

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Our covered bridge over the dam and waterfall.

The covered bridge, built over the old railway bridge just above the dam in Killaloe.

Updated: Jan 26 18
 Created: Jan 26 18

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