Community News and Notices

Posted On Wednesday, 24 November, 2021

Kingsville is pleased to announce that it has reached a new collective agreement with its full-time union employees. IBEW Local 636 members ratified the contract on Tuesday evening.  
“Our union employees are the heart and soul of our organization, and they work hard to deliver services throughout the community,” said Kingsville Chief Administrative Officer John Norton. “They’re the ones plowing the snow in the winter, ensuring we get the...

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Posted On Friday, 19 November, 2021

Social Committee Parade FloatThe 18th Annual Santa Claus Parade is this Saturday, November 20, 2021. Jasperson Drive will close at 4:00 pm to allow for parade staging, and sections of Main Street East, Division Street South and Park Street will close at 5:30 pm. All connecting side streets along the route will be barricaded. Please see the parade route map on our website.
Dave Hunt, Kevin Black and Steve I’Anson from That Kingsville Podcast will be on the balcony of the Grove announcing each...

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Posted On Tuesday, 16 November, 2021

Camp FireThe Town of Kingsville is making it more convenient to apply for Burn Permits with its newly launched online portal at kingsville.burnpermits.com . All open-air fires require an approved permit under the Town’s BY-LAW 57-2019 . Property owners can create an account to access the online application form. Once the application process is complete, they will receive a digital copy of the permit along with burning guidelines. 
“This new website streamlines the...

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Posted On Monday, 15 November, 2021

Kingsville is excited to present the 18th Annual Santa Claus Parade on November 20, 2021, at 6:00 pm in Downtown Kingsville. During the parade, Kingsville Fire and Rescue will be collecting toys to donate to the Kingsville and Gosfield South Goodfellows.
“We want to ensure every child in our community wakes up to a present on Christmas morning,” said Fire Chief John Quennell.
To donate, bring a new, unwrapped toy and hand it to one of our Fire Department personnel...

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Posted On Tuesday, 09 November, 2021

Snow Plow pushes snowThe Town of Kingsville’s Winter Control policies are in effect from November 15 to April 15 each year, during which time there is no on-street parking permitted between midnight and 6:00 am.
To facilitate snow removal, the Town also asks residents to remove any portable items, such as basketball nets, from roadways and sidewalks. This help our plows remove snow safely and effectively, and prevents potential damage to property.
Vehicles parked on the street may be...

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