The Township of Bonnechere Valley is in a Level 1 Fire Ban as of June 6, 2021. NO Fire Permits will be issued. Campfires are permitted.
Please note: That as of June 6, 2021 the Township of Bonnechere Valley is in a Level One Fire Ban due to extremely dry conditions. Fire Permits will NOT be available online or at the Township Office. All open air burning is prohibited. Campfires ARE allowed but please use extreme caution! Have water nearby and never leave it unattended.
The former Townships of Grattan, Sebastopol, South Algona and the Village of Eganville amalgamated on January 1, 2001 to create the Township of Bonnechere Valley. According to the 2011 Census, the Township has a population of 3,763 people.
Bonnechere Valley is a beautiful little municipality, part of Renfrew County and located in eastern Ontario. It is central from the Nation’s Capital and the Historic Algonquin Park. The main village of Eganville is located at the junction of Highways 41 & 60, a major transportation route for trucks and vehicles traveling to and through those destinations. The municipality is known for its lake and rivers especially the Bonnechere River which flows directly through the village.
There is a new website in our community called "It takes a Village: Resources for helping each other throughout the Covid 19 pandemic. To view this information please visit www.bvcovid19.ca