The Township of Bonnechere Valley - Departmentshttp://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/Thu, 21 Sep 2017 11:21:31 -0400en-us<![CDATA[Club Contact]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/recreation/club-contact/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/recreation/club-contact/Tue, 25 Jul 2017 10:08:30 -0400Eganville Minor Soccer
Paul Prince
613-628-3527  

Eganville Minor Ball
Terry Fleurie
613-628-5573 

Eganville Figure Skating Club
Heather Kuisma
613-401-8662  

Eganville & District Minor Hockey Association
George Vigus
613-628-6514

http://edmha.goalline.ca/

Eganville Old Eagle's Hockey Club
Chris Hinsperger
613-628-5577 / cavemanchris@bonnecherecaves.com

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<![CDATA[Eganville Curling Club]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/recreation/eganville-curling-club/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/recreation/eganville-curling-club/Wed, 14 Jun 2017 2:58:02 -0400The Eganville Curling Club (operated by the Eganville and District Athletic Association) is located on Foran Road (Legion Field) in Eganville. It has been open since 1951. We extend an invitation to anyone who would like to curl. You do not have to be a curler to enjoy this activity. The Eganville Curling Club has two ice sheets, banquet hall, bar, and kitchen facilities.

Typical curling times are Mondays (men curling), Tuesday and Thursday mornings (mixed curling), Thursdays evenings (mixed curling) and Saturday nights are Open House Curling.

The curling season lasts from November to April and is broken up into three draws. Free lessons are offered to new curlers. We offer curling leagues that are recreational and competitive.
Call 613-628-1836 for more information.

www.eganvillecurling.ca

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<![CDATA[Water & Sewage]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/water-sewage/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/water-sewage/Fri, 26 May 2017 10:00:10 -0400

The Township of Bonnechere Valley owns and operates the Water and Sewage Systems serving approximately 550 residential and non-residential customers in the Village of Eganville.

The Water and Sewage Department is responsible for the overall management, operation and maintenance of the systems.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Daryl Verch, Manager
water@eganville.com
Phone: 613-628-3101 ext 2800

EGANVILLE DRINKING WATER SYSTEM:

Municipal Drinking Water Licence & Works Permit:

The Township of Bonnechere Valley has a Municipal Drinking Water Licence and Drinking Water Works Permit for the Eganville Drinking Water System.

Raw Water Supply: The source water for the Eganville Drinking Water System is the Bonnechere River, which originates in Algonquin Park and flows to the Ottawa River.

Treatment Process: The raw water from the Bonnechere River is processed using a conventional type treatment plant with chemical coagulation, flocculation, clarification and filtration. Disinfection is achieved by the introduction of sodium hypochlorite which maintains free chlorine residual in the treated water.

Distribution System: Treated water is pumped into the distribution system which consists of approximately 13 km of underground piping and a water standpipe for pressure equalization and supply when the pumps are cycled off.

Water Quality Monitoring: An extensive monitoring program is in place for both the treatment process and distribution system. All current Provincial requirements are being met for process monitoring and water quality.

Quality Management System: The Township of Bonnechere Valley maintains a Quality Management System (QMS) for the Eganville Drinking Water System in conformance with "Ontario's Drinking Water Quality Managment Standard" (DWQMS).

Compliance Reporting: An Eganville Drinking Water System Summary Report is prepared and submitted to the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) on an annual basis.

ASSET MANAGEMENT & CAPITAL PROJECTS:

The Township of Bonnechere Valley has developed an Asset Management Plan for the Water and Sewage Infrastructure in the Village of Eganville.  This Plan is structred as a living document which allows for ongoing updates and inclusion of new information.

Asset Management Reports can be found on our website under the tab "Council", select the tab "Strategic Planning - Asset Management" 

Capital Projects: The original Bridge Street watermain was replaced in 2016 to ensure a dependable water supply to the north side of the Village.  IN 2017, the Bruce Street Standpipe will be refurbished with a new paint job and an upgrade to the safety equipment.  A new water mixing system will also be installed inside the standpipe to assist in maintaining water quality.

FINANCIAL PLAN & WATER/SEWAGE RATES

A six year Financial Plan has been developed for the Eganville Water and Sewage Systems in accordance with the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). The Financial Plan is considered a “living document” and is reviewed and updated annually as part of the Township’s budgeting process.

Eganville Water and Sewage Financial Plan (2016-2022)

Water and Sewage System usage rates are established annually by by-law to produce sufficient revenue to meet the estimated budget required for operation, maintenance and renewal of the water and sewage systems.

Water and Sewage System Rates and Charges (By-Law 2017-005)

EGANVILLE SEWAGE SYSTEM:

Municipal Sewage Works Certificate of Approval:  The Township of Bonnechere Valley has a Municipal Sewage Works Certificate of Approval for the Eganville Sewage Treatment Plant, Sewage Pumping Stations and Collection System.

Collection System: The gravity sewage collection system consists of approximately 11 km of underground piping and four sewage pumping stations.

Treatment Process: The collected sewage is processed in an extended aeration treatment system with the effluent being chlorinated and then de-chlorinated before it is discharged into the Bonnechere River. The aerated digested sludge is dewatered utilizing Geotube technology and the resultant biosolids are transported to landfill to be used as a soil amendment for final cover.

Sewage Quality Monitoring: An extensive monitoring program is in place for the sewage treatment process, effluent discharge and sludge dewatering. All current Provincial and Federal requirements are being met for process monitoring, sewage effluent discharge and biosolids quality.

Compliance Reporting: A Performance Report is prepared and submitted to the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) on an annual basis.

WATER AND SEWAGE SYSTEMS RELATED BY-LAW

Establish Policy and Enact Rules and Regulations for the Administration, Use, Operation and Maintenance of the Water and Sewage System

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<![CDATA[Recreation]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/recreation/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/recreation/Thu, 25 May 2017 3:18:57 -0400Municipal Recreational Facilities

LICENSED PREMISES
Eagles Nest Hall

  • Air Conditioning and Handicap accessibility for Summer or Winter events
  • Capacity 250

Arena Is Available For Rent
Ice Surface

  • Available for Summer Events
  • Capacity 1000

Meetings - Courses - Weddings - Birthdays
(Eganville Community Centre, Arena)
Contact:  Kevin McGrath
Phone: 613-628-3101 ext 2613 for rates

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<![CDATA[Open Air Burns]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/open-air-burns/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/open-air-burns/Thu, 20 Apr 2017 1:34:59 -0400The Township of Bonnechere Valley has a by-law which establishes the requirements to conduct open air burns.

In order to conduct an open air burn residents must obtain a burn permit from the township office. There is no cost to obtain the permit; however, failure to comply with the terms and conditions of the burn by-law can result in fines and/or charges.

If you have questions about open air burns, please call 613- 312-7361. 

"Please be advised we are now in the Provincial burn season, therefore daytime permit fires are prohibited".

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<![CDATA[Recycling Calendar]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/waste-management/recycling-calendar/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/waste-management/recycling-calendar/Tue, 21 Mar 2017 11:06:14 -0400<![CDATA[Finance]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/finance/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/finance/Wed, 04 Jan 2017 10:38:56 -0500Finance and Taxation

Deputy C.A.O.
Sandra Barr
613-628-3101 ext 225
sandrab@eganville.com

Accounting Clerk
Connie Brown
613-628-3101 ext 223
connieb@eganville.com

Administrative Assistant
Audrey Shulist
613-628-3101 ext 224
audreys@eganville.com

Township of Bonnechere Valley
49 Bonnechere Street East P.O. Box 100 Eganville,
ON K0J 1T0

Phone: (613) 628-3101
Fax: (613) 628-1336

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<![CDATA[Public Works]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/public-works/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/public-works/Fri, 23 Sep 2016 10:30:08 -0400The Roads Department Office is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Phone: 613-628-3101 ext 2855
Works Superintendent: Bill Kennedy
Staff: Christine Schreader

PDF Documents

Asset Management Plan - Road Network

Road Network - Table 1 - Forecasting Condition Rating Example

Financial Plan for Road Infrastructure

Capital Replacement Plan - January 2014

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<![CDATA[Fire Department]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/Fri, 09 Sep 2016 11:34:20 -0400

Bonnechere Valley Fire Department

P.O. Box 100
49 Bonnechere St. E.
Eganville, ON
K0J 1T0

Fire Chief: Dave Murphy
Phone: (613)-312-7361

Fire Chief’s Message

Fire can have devastating impacts on everyone. Fire can happen to you.

The Bonnechere Valley Fire Department is committed to protecting life, property and the environment through public education, fire code enforcement and emergency response.

With your assistance we can all help to keep families and property safe from fire.

Our web pages provide an introduction to the fire prevention, the Ontario Fire Code, by-laws, and emergency services provided by the fire department.

Should you have any questions or require additional information please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you for taking a moment to learn about The Bonnechere Valley Fire Department and the services we offer to you and our community.

About The Bonnechere Valley Fire Department

The Township of Bonnechere Valley is served by a 911 emergency system.

In the event of an emergency, residents should call 911 from a safe location and provide the requested information to the call center.

If the emergency requires the fire service dispatch will page firefighters to respond.

The Bonnechere Valley Fire Department has an authorized limit of 40 firefighters and has two fire halls. Eganville Hall is located at 49 Bonnechere St. E. in the Village of Eganville and Sebastopol Hall is located 121 Janet Drive in the Hamlet of Foymount.

Members serving on the Bonnechere Valley Fire Department are committed to providing the community with emergency response services which include:

  1. Structural fire fighting including rescue
  2. Vehicle fire fighting
  3. Grass, bush, forestry fire fighting
  4. Automatic aid
  5. Mutual aid
  6. Awareness level hazardous materials
  7. Vehicle accidents
  8. Vehicle extrication
  9. Water and ice rescue – shore based ambulance assist only
  10. Public assistance
  11. Ambulance assistance
  12. Police assistance
  13. Public utilities assistance
  14. Community emergency plan participation
  15. Role as Assistant to the Fire Marshal
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<![CDATA[Open Air Burns]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/open-air-burns/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/open-air-burns/Thu, 18 Aug 2016 2:59:35 -0400The Township of Bonnechere Valley has a by-law which establishes the requirements to conduct open air burns.

In order to conduct an open air burn residents must obtain a burn permit from the township office. There is no cost to obtain the permit; however, failure to comply with the terms and conditions of the burn by-law can result in fines and/or charges.

If you have questions about open air burns, please call 613- 312-7361.

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<![CDATA[Waste Management]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/waste-management/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/waste-management/Wed, 18 May 2016 9:13:52 -0400The information below is subject to change.

Call our Township Office for up-to-date information at: (613) 628-3101.

Bylaw 2003-17 contains local regulations for the disposal of waste.
Subsequent schedules include information on tipping fees, waste site locations, hazardous waste, and items not acceptable for curbside pickup.

These By-Laws are in PDF format and require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. If this is not installed on your system, you may download it from Adobe's website.

 Bylaw 2003-17

Establishing and maintaining a system for the collection and removal of garbage, recyclable materials, yard waste and other refuse. (repeals previous bylaw 2003-12)

List of Penalties (Fines) for failure to comply with certain aspects of By-Law 2003-17

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<![CDATA[Tipping Fees]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/waste-management/tipping-fees/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/waste-management/tipping-fees/Fri, 13 May 2016 2:40:43 -0400

Garbage Bag Tags (18 KG max bag weight) - $2.00

Sorted Construction and Demolition waste and furniture - $90.00 per tonne

          Flat Rate under 200 KG - $15.00

UnSorted Construction and Demolition waste and furniture - $225.00 per tonne

          Flat Rate under 200 KG - $55.00

Tires off Rims - No Charge

Fridges, stoves, freezers (doors removed) - No Charge

Scrap Metal - No Charge

Electronic Waste - No Charge

Corrugated Cardboard - No Charge

Paper & Container Recyclables -No Charge

Leaf & Yard Waste - No Charge

Organics - No Charge

Dumpsters of household bagged waste -  $15.00 m3

6 Cubic yard (4.6 m3) - $69.00

8 Cubic yard (6.1 m3) - $91.50

$35.00 service fee will apply in addition to the tipping fee is a special waste site opening is required.

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<![CDATA[Hours of Operation]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/waste-management/waste-site-hours-of-operation/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/waste-management/waste-site-hours-of-operation/Fri, 13 May 2016 2:29:07 -0400REVISED EFFECTIVE MAY, 2016

Waste Site Hours of Operation


WARD 1

213 SNOWDRIFTERS ROAD

**ONLY CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THIS SITE**

SATURDAYS: 9:00a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
OR BY APPOINTMENT WITH THE MUNICIPAL OFFICE
$35.00 fee applies.


WARD 2

HIGHWAY 41 - TRANSFER SITE

Winter Hours:
Saturday:  9:00a.m. - 2:00p.m.

*Summer Hours:
Saturday:  9:00a.m - 4:00p.m.
Tuesday:  3:00 p.m. - 6:00p.m.

SAND ROAD LANDFILL SITE
957 Sand Road

Winter Hours:
Saturday:  9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Monday:  2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

*Summer Hours:  
Saturday:  9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Monday:  3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.


WARD 3

LAKECLEAR - LANDFILL SITE
3091 Foymount Road

Winter Hours:
Sunday:  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

*Summer Hours:  
Sunday:  1:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Thursday:  3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.

McGRATH ROAD - TRANSFER SITE
Winter Hours:
Sunday:  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

*Summer Hours:
Sunday:  12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.


WARD 4

RUBY ROAD - TRANSFER SITE
2213 Ruby Road

Winter Hours:
Saturday:  9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m

*Summer Hours:  
Saturday:  9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Sunday:  1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Wednesday:  1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

*Summer Hours shall apply May Long Weekend to Thanksgiving Day Long Weekend.*

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<![CDATA[Planning]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/planning/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/planning/Tue, 16 Feb 2016 11:27:26 -0500Planning Fees

Minor Variance

$300.00 application fee

Site Plan Approval

$500.00 application fee

Zoning Compliances and Certificates of Validation

$30.00

Official plan

Application
Preparation/processing
OMB proceedings

$150.00
actual cost
$125.00 plus actual cost

Plan of Subdivision or Condominium Approval

$1,000.00

Zoning by-law amendment

Application
Preparation/processing
OMB proceedings
 

$150.00
actual cost
$125.00 plus actual cost
 

Shoreline Road Closures

Shoreline Road Closures (application)
Shoreline Leases (application)
Shoreline Leases (renewal)

$150.00
$295.00
$75.00

All Planning matters are actual costs

  • Legal Fees
  • Planning Fees
  • Advertising Fees

Please click the link here if you wish to obtain access to the County of Renfrew's Official Plan

Zoning Applications

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<![CDATA[Arena Schedule]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/recreation/arena-schedule/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/recreation/arena-schedule/Mon, 04 Jan 2016 2:02:59 -0500

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<![CDATA[Building]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/building/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/building/Fri, 09 Oct 2015 10:38:13 -0400The Chief Building Official is Mark Schroeder
Phone 613-628-3101 ext 242
Cell: 613-281-2200

Building Permit Fees

Residential additions, renovations, alterations or repairs
(up to $3,000 - $126.00;
over $3,000 - $189.00;
over $30,000 - $315.00)

.47c/sq.ft $102.00 minimum

Residential garage, carport or accessory building

.35c/sq.ft $102.00 minimum

Installation of a residential building unit fabricated or moved from elsewhere (e,g, mobile home-factory built home)

.30c/sq.ft $102.00 minimum

New commercial/industrial building or structure

.47c/sq.ft

Commercial/industrial additions, renovations, alterations, repairs
(up to $3,000 - $126.00;
over $3,000 - $189.00;
over $30,000 - $315.00)

.47c/sq/ft $102.00 minimum

Farm building (excludes residence or residence garage)

.15c/sq.ft

Farm building (hay and machine shed with earthen floors)

.08c/sq.ft

Prefabricated truss arch structures and decks

.15c/sq.ft $102.00 minimum

Swimming pool

$102.00

Change of use permit

$102.00

Installation of chimney, fireplace/insert, stove, range, space heater, or appliance using solid fuel

$55.00

Sewage system permit
(up to 10,000 litres)

$476.00

Inspection of lands pertaining to septic, wells, severance, purchasing and selling

$125.00

Research permit archives and distribute information

$40.00

Demolition permit

$40.00

Occupancy Permit/Completion Permit
If additional on site visit is required -

$25.00
add $25.00 per visit

Inspection of lands pertaining to septic, wells, severance purchasing or selling

$170.00
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<![CDATA[Waste EA]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/waste-management/waste-ea/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/waste-management/waste-ea/Wed, 09 Sep 2015 1:11:37 -0400Environmental Screening Report: Ruby Road Waste Disposal Site Capacity Expansion
2012-12-20 RPT Ruby Road WDS ESR - Report Body, Figures, Tables
2013-02-08 Errata.doc

Ruby Road

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<![CDATA[Recreation]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/recreation/recreation/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/recreation/recreation/Thu, 30 Jul 2015 11:05:28 -0400Recreation

The Township of Bonnechere Valley boasts some of the best recreational facilities in Renfrew County!

We Offer:

  • A modern Indoor Community Centre and Arena
  • A Township Maintained Public Beach on the river behind the arena
  • Baseball and Soccer facilities
  • An outdoor rink at Legion Field Memorial Park
  • A Curling Rink and Tennis courts
  • More than 100 kilometers of Snowmobile Trails

Eganville's Centennial Park which includes:

  • a natural amphitheatre and band shell
  • a children's playground
  • a beautiful walking bridge and scenic park land

Legion Memorial Field:

  • Softball Diamonds
  • Soccer Fields
  • Outdoor Rink
  • Curling Club
  • Tennis court

Rotary BeachPublic Beaches:

Rotary Beach & Park - 178B Jane Street, Eganville

Located along the Bonnechere River, enjoy sitting and watching the river flow by.
The park includes swings and a play structure.

Public Boat LaunchPublic Boat Launches:

The Township of Bonnechere Valley maintains public beaches on Lake Clear and at Rotary Beach in Eganville on the Bonnechere River.

We also own and maintain a free public boat launch at Bonnechere Lodge on Golden Lake.

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<![CDATA[Recruitment]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/recruitment/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/recruitment/Thu, 30 Jul 2015 1:49:42 -0400Did you ever want to be a firefighter when you grew up?

Children often dream of becoming a firefighter but end up pursuing other careers. For those who still have the ambition it may not be too late to fulfill the dream of becoming a member of the fire service.

Serving with the Bonnechere Valley Fire Department is a challenging and rewarding experience. Fighting fires requires much more than pouring water out of a hose. Firefighters obtain new skills and qualifications and develop skills that can be applied to other careers. Firefighters also share the privilege of serving their community and helping those in need while making great friends along the way.

From time to time the Bonnechere Valley Fire Department recruits new members to be part of our team. Interested men and women can pursue their chosen career and also be part of a dedicated group of firefighters. If you have the time and are willing to commit to training, working and serving the community there may be spot for you on the fire department.

Download the Recuitment Application Form

Bonnechere Valley Fire Department

Attention: Fire Chief
P.O. Box 100
49 Bonnechere St. E.
Eganville, ON
K0J 1T0

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<![CDATA[Fire Prevention]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/fire-prevention/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/fire-prevention/Thu, 30 Jul 2015 1:37:54 -0400We all share a responsibility to keep families and homes safe from fire by:

  • preventing fires from starting;
  • maintaining working smoke alarms on every storey of your home and outside all sleeping areas to have as much time to safely escape as possible. Working alarms save lives, and are required by law;
  • planning and practicing a home fire escape plan so that everyone knows what to do in the event of fire;

The Bonnechere Valley Fire Department supports fire prevention through public education. Some of the fire prevention initiatives offered to the community include:

  1. Fire Prevention Week activities each year in October;
  2. Fire safety presentations to schools and children;
  3. Fire department participation in fire drills;
  4. Hazard House demonstrations: Learning simulator which uses special effects and interactive prompts to reinforce fire safety messages;
  5. Smoke alarm program including inspection, education and installation of smoke alarms;
  6. Fire safety training for employees and employers;
  7. Fire station tours for all age groups;
  8. Fire safety presentations on topics such as kitchen safety, home escape planning, fire prevention. If your group is interested in a specific fire safety topic let us know and we can tailor a presentation to your needs.

If you would like to book a presentation, please call 613- 312-7361.

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<![CDATA[Inspection and Enforcement]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/inspection-and-enforcement/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/fire-department/inspection-and-enforcement/Thu, 30 Jul 2015 1:37:15 -0400When a building is constructed it must be built to the standards specified by the Ontario Building Code. Once a building is issued an occupancy permit, the Ontario Fire Code takes effect. The owner of a building is responsible to ensure compliance with the Ontario Fire Code. Under the Fire Prevention and Protection Act municipalities are responsible for enforcing the Ontario Fire Code within their boundaries.

The Bonnechere Valley Fire Department conducts inspections and enforces compliance with the Ontario Fire Code. Our inspection practices include:

  1. Complaint inspections
  2. Request inspections
  3. Routine inspections per fire prevention policy
  4. Issuance of Fire Inspection Orders
  5. Enforcement of Ontario Fire Code
  6. Enforcement of municipal by-law

Download the Ontario Fire Code

The Bonnechere Valley Fire Department also participates in fire investigations to determine fire cause and origin. Emergency incidents are reported to the Office of the Fire Marshal. Some fire incidents may require further investigation by the Office of the Fire Marshal or Ontario Provincial Police. The Office of the Fire Marshal investigations branch must be notified for suspicious fires, fires that result in loss of life, explosions and large loss fires.

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<![CDATA[Departments]]>http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/http://www.bonnecherevalleytwp.com/departments/Mon, 22 Jun 2015 2:21:27 -0400