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  • COVID-19 Vaccination InformationCOVID-19 Vaccination Information
    COVID-19 Vaccination Information - Information on how to book an appointment, who is eligible, FAQs and a notification system you can sign up for. Click for details.
  • Media Release - Proof of Vaccination required at the North Simcoe Sports & Recreation CentreMedia Release - Proof of Vaccination required at the North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Centre
    Media Release - Proof of Vaccination required at the North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Centre. Click for full details.
  • Public Meeting - Proposed Sign By-law AmendmentPublic Meeting - Proposed Sign By-law Amendment
    Public Meeting - Proposed Sign By-law Amendment for 16845 Highway 12. Wednesday, October 6 at 7 p.m. Click for full details on the meeting and how you can participate.
  • MPB Promenade UpdateMPB Promenade Update
    Midland Bay Landing Promenade Demonstration: Construction Update - September 15. Click for details.
  • New Playgrounds coming in Spring 2022New Playgrounds coming in Spring 2022
    New Playgrounds coming to Little Lake Park East, Bayview Park and Pete Pettersen Park in Spring 2022! Click for more details on Engaging Midland.
  • Joint Media Release - Municipal Fire Departments advise residents of situation training planned throughout September and OctoberJoint Media Release - Municipal Fire Departments advise residents of situation training planned throughout September and October
    Joint Media Release - Municipal Fire Departments advise residents of situation training planned throughout September and October. Click for full details.
  • Join our Team!Join our Team!
    Join our Team! We currently have a full time Mechanic position available. Click for full details and to apply!
  • Delivery of the Automated Collection Carts begins in AugustDelivery of the Automated Collection Carts begins in August
    Delivery of the Automated Collection Carts begins in August. Remember: Please do not put your new carts out until November 1. Click for more details on the new automated collection cart program.
  • Joint Firefighter RecruitmentJoint Firefighter Recruitment
    Joint Firefighter Recruitment. Application Deadline: September 30, 2021 by 4 p.m. Click for full details.
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Midland Movie Night - The Chronicles of Narnia - The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe<a href="https://fb.me/e/1rDYTI7P4" target="_blank">Facebook Event link</a> Facebook Event link9/29/2021 11:00:00 PM9/30/2021 3:00:00 AMMidland Movie Night - The Chronicles of Narnia - The Lion, The Witch and The WardrobeMovie begins at dusk - bring your own chair! Limited to the first 100 guests (first-come, first-serve). Safety guidelines will be in place and must be followed.0509 Bay Street Parking Lot
Julianna Matyas Memorial Golf Tournament - We are the Villagers<a href="http://watvnew.com/event/juliana-matyas-memorial-golf-tournament-2021/" target="_blank">Register Here</a> Register Here10/3/2021 2:00:00 PM10/3/2021 6:00:00 PMJulianna Matyas Memorial Golf Tournament - We are the VillagersEnjoy a round of 9-hole golf with prizes, followed by a spectacular lunch and a silent auction table. Shotgun start. $85 per golfer, including passport. Click the link for more details and to register.0Brooklea Golf & Country Club
Municipal Comprehensive Review Public Information Sessions – Land Needs Assessment and Growth Management<a href="https://simcoemcr-oct5.eventbrite.ca/" target="_blank">Register here for this free event!</a> Register here for this free event!10/5/2021 5:30:00 PM10/5/2021 7:00:00 PMMunicipal Comprehensive Review Public Information Sessions – Land Needs Assessment and Growth ManagementThroughout October, the County of Simcoe is hosting a number of virtual Public Information Sessions to support the Municipal Comprehensive Review (MCR) process. This collaborative approach is mandated to help bring the Official Plan (OP) into conformity with the Provincial Growth Plan, A Place to Grow Growth plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe (Office Consolidation 2020), assisting in establishing the overall pattern of development and land resource management in the County and sets the stage for more detailed local planning. The first of these sessions will contribute to the process of determining how much growth can be accommodated in the existing settlement areas within the County and whether additional land is needed for residential and employment area purposes to the 2051 planning horizon. The sessions will take place on October 5, 2021 and run from 130 to 3 p.m. and 4 to 530 p.m. Both will be hosted via Zoom and will include identical presentations by Hemson Consulting. Following each presentation, there will be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions and/or make comments which will be recorded. Additional sessions regarding climate change, watershed management, along with provincial Natural Heritage System and Agricultural System mapping refinements will take place later in October. For further details on the Public Information Sessions or to review materials related to these sessions, visit https//www.simcoe.ca/dpt/pln/mcr 0Virtual - Details provided upon registration.
Municipal Comprehensive Review Public Information Sessions – Land Needs Assessment and Growth Management<a href="https://simcoemcr-oct5.eventbrite.ca/" target="_blank">Register here for this free event!</a> Register here for this free event!10/5/2021 8:00:00 PM10/5/2021 9:30:00 PMMunicipal Comprehensive Review Public Information Sessions – Land Needs Assessment and Growth ManagementThroughout October, the County of Simcoe is hosting a number of virtual Public Information Sessions to support the Municipal Comprehensive Review (MCR) process. This collaborative approach is mandated to help bring the Official Plan (OP) into conformity with the Provincial Growth Plan, A Place to Grow Growth plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe (Office Consolidation 2020), assisting in establishing the overall pattern of development and land resource management in the County and sets the stage for more detailed local planning. The first of these sessions will contribute to the process of determining how much growth can be accommodated in the existing settlement areas within the County and whether additional land is needed for residential and employment area purposes to the 2051 planning horizon. The sessions will take place on October 5, 2021 and run from 130 to 3 p.m. and 4 to 530 p.m. Both will be hosted via Zoom and will include identical presentations by Hemson Consulting. Following each presentation, there will be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions and/or make comments which will be recorded. Additional sessions regarding climate change, watershed management, along with provincial Natural Heritage System and Agricultural System mapping refinements will take place later in October. For further details on the Public Information Sessions or to review materials related to these sessions, visit https//www.simcoe.ca/dpt/pln/mcr0Virtual - Details provided upon registration.
Sistema Huronia Virtual Fundraiser<a href="/Shared%20Documents/Events/Sistema%20Huronia%20fundraiser.jpg" target="_blank">Event Poster</a> Event Poster10/15/2021 11:00:00 PM10/16/2021 12:00:00 AMSistema Huronia Virtual FundraiserShowcasing local musicians & Sistema supporters. See event poster for full details.0Virtual event
Tween Book Club - The Ghost Collector by Allison Mills<a href="https://www.midlandlibrary.com/event/virtual-tween-book-club/2021-10-21/" target="_blank">For more details & to register, click here.</a> For more details & to register, click here.10/21/2021 9:00:00 PM10/21/2021 10:00:00 PMTween Book Club - The Ghost Collector by Allison MillsThis three month program uses literature as a tool to help youth improve their self-awareness, social skills, leadership, and community involvement. Our book selections offer young readers a variety of perspectives and topics relevant to fostering the positive intellectual, emotional and social development of tomorrow’s adults. For more information on our book club selections or registering for this program, visit midlandlibrary.com! 0Midland Public Library

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