Effective April 1st until August 31st
Tuesdays - 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturdays - 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Please ensure you have your disposal site permit when visiting the site.
For information on COVID-19 relief programs, click on the Hydro One logo to visit their website, or go directly to relief programs for residential and small business customers by clicking on the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program or the Small Business Pandemic Relief Program.
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View our calendar for upcoming events and activities in O'Connor Township.
Upcoming Council Meetings:
Due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19, please check this website periodically to determine if upcoming meetings will be held virtually or in person. Council welcome your involvement and interest in Council meetings.
Property Tax Payments
The Township office remains closed to the public. In order to make paying your property taxes easier we have added two new payment options. You can now pay your taxes using any of the following methods:
- Internet Banking
- Telephone Banking
- Through your banking institution
For details on these payment methods, please go to the Property Taxes page under the Municipal Office heading this website.
If you would still like to pay by cash, please call ahead at 476-1451.
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LOAD RESTRICTIONS (HALF LOADS) IN THE TOWNSHIP OF O'CONNOR IN EFFECT AS OF MONDAY, MARCH 22nd UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
For more information on Half Loads, visit our Roads Department page this website.
Did anyone witness any suspicious activity around the O'Connor Community Centre on Sunday, April 4, 2021 around 8:22 p.m.? If you might have any information please contact the Township office at 476-1451.
HIGH SPEED INTERNET TEST
The Test is still open. Please click on the link below and provide your information for better service in the North.
The Provincial Government has recently announced that they will be investing $150 million in reliable broadband and cellular service to create even more economic and educational opportunities in rural, remote and underserved areas of the province.
Connected North is providing an Internet Speed Test that will help support applications for funding. The test will provide information about speeds at your property and show the need and the impact improved Broadband Infrastructure will have. Telecommunication Service Providers also use this information to analyze their business case and it helps them see where potential customers may be if they improved their network.
We would like to encourage all residents of the Township of O'Connor to take this test. To take the test, please click on the link High Speed Internet Test.
Fire permits are required between April 1st and October 31st. Please visit the Emergency Services page under the O'Connor Living heading this website or click on the Fire Permit link to the left. Please note that we have made changes to our fire permit process.
|DISPOSAL SITE||The Disposal Site is currently operating on summer hours from April 1st until August 31st (to see times, click on the Disposal Site link to the left). Due to COVID-19, we still ask that residents simply drop off their garbage in the designated areas for proper disposal and avoid socially interacting with others. Visit our Disposal Site page this website for information from our Waste Disposal Guide.|
Please note that the office will be closed to the public while the Thunder Bay and District area is in Lockdown, however, we are still open for phone calls and emails and will assist in anyway we can from outdoors. The office will be closed for the Victoria Day holiday on Monday, May 24th.
The next regular meeting of Council will be held virtually on Monday, May 10, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.