Welcome to the Town of Laurentian Hills
Home to Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Laurentian Hills is a community full of innovation and world-class opportunities. Add in a gorgeous natural environment along the historic Ottawa River, and this is a town full of potential for living, working and entrepreneurship.
Be sure your garbage is out on time. It must be out by 7:00 a.m.
Easter Garbage Pick-up Changes HERE
Distribution of Potassium Iodide Tablets HERE
NEW LED Streetlight HERE
Recycling Pick-up every Second Wednesday
Be sure your recycling is out by 7:30 a.m.
Container bins / boxes must not be larger than 18" x 20" x 21" - Shredded paper is accepted in a clear bag. Please keep bags (grocery, plastic from water bottles, bread bags, outer milk bags, flyer bags) together in a bag. Be sure they aren't left loose in your bin. Cardboard with wax will not be picked up - Cardboard must be broken down or cut up and not be any larger than 3 feet by 2 feet. Please do not keep plastics and cans in plastic bags - Keep them loose in your bin/box.
2015-16 Recycling Calendar HERE
Detailed Recycling Information HERE
There has been a higher than usual amount of contaminated items left in Blue Boxes and Yellow Boxes. Please note that the drivers may leave yours behind if the wrong items are in your bins. Here is a list below of items that ARE NOT ACCEPTED in your bins.
Bubble wrap, Blister plastic packaging, Binders, Toys, Candy bar wrappers CD/DVDs & cases, VHS Tapes & Cases, Cookie bags, Styrofoam packing peanuts, Ceramics, Cereal/Cracker box liner, Plastic bags with #7 recycling symbol and soiled bags, Biodegradable degradable or compostable plastic bags and film, Plastic film wrap, Food/cling wrap (Saran wrap), Cellophane (clear crinkly/non-stretch), Chip bags, Bread Bags, Pasta bags, Milk Bag (inner), Meat and cheese wrap, Shoes, Plastic Strapping, Christmas tree lights, Clothesline, Cork, Dialysis tubing, Dishes, Dog/Cat food bags, Light bulbs (incandescent) Remote Controls, Photographs, Planting trays/Pots, Plastic cutlery, Plastic boat wrap, Pool noodles, Rope, Garden Hoses, Sandwich bags, Straws, Plastic Paint cans (empty) All of the above items will contaminate your Yellow and Blue bins, so please dispose of them in your regular garbage. If you are unsure whether an item is accepted or not, please call us at the office at 613-584-3114.
The Memorial Bench Program provides residents with the opportunity to honor loved ones, families or groups by having a bench with a memorial plaque installed on municipal property. Memorial Bench Program and Application can be found HERE or by calling the office at 613-584-3114.
Your INTERIM bill is mailed out at the end of January. The first installment is due the third week of February and the second installment is due the third week of May.
Your FINAL bill is mailed out at the end of July. The first installment is due the third week of August and the second installment is due the third week of October.
Property taxes are based on the assessment of your property. If you have questions regarding your property assessment, contact the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation at 1-866-296-6722.
How to Pay Taxes
Taxes can be paid online, by cheque, at Scotiabank, the Credit Union, by mail or by cash at the Town office. We also provide the option for monthly pre-authorized payment. Click here for a pre-authorized form
Application for a permit to destruct
Please click HERE for Permit
Sewage System Installer Information
Please Click HERE for Sewage System Installer Information
Testing bottles are available at the Town office for residents with a well. We are the drop off location.
April to August drop off is Monday through Thursday. Same day water is taken; it must be submitted the same day.
Drop off your water samples from September to March is Tuesday and Wednesday only. Same day water is taken; it must be submitted the very same day.
Fire Hydrant Maintenance
The Town conducts routine maintenance and flushing of fire hydrants during different times of the year. The Town will post hydrant flushing in the local paper, the North Renfrew Times. Questions or concerns can be directed to: 613-584-3114.
Certified Election Results - HERE
County of Renfrew - AECL Restructuring Presentation - HERE