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  • Kawartha Lakes Fire Truck

    Fire Master Plan Survey

    Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue Service is asking residents and businesses to complete the Fire Master Plan Survey. Have your say, complete the survey by March 26.

  • Kids swimming in a pool

    Spring Program Registration now open

    Spring is a great time to get active and try something new. Aquatics, Fitness and Leisure program registration is now open for the Spring 2018 session.

  • Lady in wheelchair with her family

    Accessibility Public Meetings

    Residents and businesses are invited to attend one of the upcoming Public Accessibility Presentation and Vision Exercise on March 21 or March 27.

  • Burn Ban

    City-wide burn ban begins March 23

    Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue Service will be imposing a burn ban as of March 23, 2018. All fire permit sales are suspended until further notice. Agricultural permit holders are advised to restrict burning and use extreme caution.

  • recycling bin and garbage bag

    City and residents reduce waste in 2017

    Throughout 2017 the City implemented changes to waste and recycling collection as part of the Integrated Waste Management Strategy, the most notable change being the transition to clear bag waste collection.

  • Inspector Mark Mitchell and Mayor Andy Letham

    Congratulations Inspector Mark Mitchell

    City of Kawartha Lakes Police Services announced this week that Inspector Mark Mitchell will become the new Chief of Kawartha Lakes Police Service following the retirement of Chief John Hagarty this summer.