January 27, 2022 – As members of the community are aware, the Town of Penetanguishene has completed the purchase of property located at 51 Dunlop Street – the site of the former Penetanguishene Secondary School.
Town of Penetanguishene releases Penetanguishene Secondary School memorial documentary, end of an era
Penetanguishene - The Town of Penetanguishene is pleased to release the official closing of Penetanguishene Secondary School memorial documentary, End of an Era.
TORONTO — With key public health and health care indicators starting to show signs of improvement, the Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, today released details of steps to cautiously and gradually ease public health measures, starting on January 31, 2022.
The Town of Penetanguishene will be holding an electronic open house to review the new Draft Zoning By-Law. The times and dates of the Open House are noted below:
TORONTO and QUEBEC – The Ontario and Québec governments continue to demonstrate their commitment under the Cooperation and Exchange Agreement with Respect to the Francophonie by joining forces to support projects and initiatives which will promote growth for the Canadian Francophonie.
The Town of Penetanguishene would like to advise residents and businesses of changes to The Penetanguishene Centennial Museum & Archives’ operating hours.
The Town of Penetanguishene would like to advise the residents/businesses in the Chatham Street area that K-Line Maintenance & Construction will be commencing a project to relocate and/or replace the existing hydro poles on Chatham Street, between Brock Street and Burke Street.
Council Highlights provide a brief overview of noteworthy decisions and presentations made at Town of Penetanguishene Council meetings.