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  • Attractions Ontario Attraction of the Year

    Help Kawartha Settlers’ Village Win

    Kawartha Settlers’ Village in Bobcaygeon has been nominated in Attractions Ontario’s 3rd annual Ontario’s Choice Awards. Vote daily to help them win Attraction of the Year.

  • Police Constable Jackie Hildenbrand, Aquatics Coordinator Heidi Fisher, Police Constable Adam Nicholson, Mayor Andy Letham and Police Constable Carrie Jenkins.

    Water Safety Reminder

    The City of Kawartha Lakes, Ontario Provincial Police and the City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service would like to remind all residents and visitors to the City of Kawartha Lakes to practice water safety!

  • Person getting a glass of water from the tap

    Warning about door-to-door salespeople

    Residents who are approached by door-to-door salespeople attempting to sell drinking water filtration/purification equipment and stating that the municipal drinking water is unsafe to drink are asked to report it to the City.

  • Canadian Flag

    Canada Day Funding Announcement

    The City of Kawartha Lakes will provide a total of $10,000 in Canada Day funding to support five communities in the City of Kawartha Lakes celebrating Canada Day.

  • Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue Service

    Fire Master Plan Update

    Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue Service has been working with consultants over the past couple of months to develop a preliminary overview of the City’s 10-Year Fire Master Plan.

  • Notice from the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit

    Water Warning Lifted for Balsam Lake

    A drinking water advisory is no longer in effect in the City of Kawartha Lakes for certain properties along Romany Ranch Road (#60-138) and Killarney Bay Road that draw water from Balsam Lake.