Municipal Notices

Bear Safety – What To Do If You See a Bear!

Bear Safety – Keeping Bears Out of your Neighbourhood

Save Water – More Effective Watering

With the summer weather, excessive lawn watering puts a strain on the Township of Schreiber’s water production capabilities at the water treatment plant.
 
At this time, we are asking for your cooperation in using alternate day lawn watering, where even numbered houses water on even numbered days and odd numbered houses water on odd numbered days.
 
Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.
Thank You – Township of Schreiber
 
Tips for effective lawn watering:
 
• Do your lawn watering early in the morning or late in the evening. Watering in the afternoon will only see most of your water evaporate in the hot sun.
 
• Water deeply and infrequently. Deep watering promotes a deep root system, while over-watering (daily) promotes shallow root growth, making your lawn less hardy.
 
• Water an area of your lawn for 15-20 minutes before moving your sprinkler to a new area.

FIRE BAN CURRENTLY IN EFFECT

Green and orange Restricted Fire Zone sign

 FIRE BAN IS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT

The Township of Schreiber will NOT be issuing any fire permits until after the fire ban has been lifted.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact the municipal office.

1-807-824-2711
Thanks for your cooperation.
Have a great and safe Victoria Day Weekend!

Water Treatment Plant Clearwell and upgrades

For more information please click the link below

Schedule B Environmental Assessment

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Municipal Notice: Notice if Passing of Zoning By-Law Amendment NO. 06-2017

PDF VERSION AVAILABLE HERE

Schedule B Environmental Assessment Notice of Study Commencement

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Schreiber Beach Upgrades

The Township of Schreiber is excited to announce that infrastructure upgrades have commenced on Schreiber Beach: As part of our partnership with Trans Canada Trail (TCT) and the Lake Superior Watershed Conservancy (LSWC), approximately $90,000 will be allocated towards the project over 2016 and 2017.  Upgrades are not limited to but include the installation of a new composting toilet, bear-proof garbage cans, new picnic tables, new signage and a new signage kiosk.