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city hall main entranceLindsay Service Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Kawartha Lakes City Hall
26 Francis Street,
Lindsay, ON, K9V 6H7

 

 

 

 

 

Coboconk Municipal Service CentreCoboconk Service Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

9 Grandy Road, Box 90
Coboconk, ON, K0M 1K0

            Temporarily closed for renovations as of October 30, 2023

 

 

 

outside image of the Bobcaygeon Municipal Service CentreBobcaygeon Service Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

123 East St S,
Bobcaygeon, ON, K0M 1AO

 

 

 

 

Omemee Municipal Service Centre

Omemee Service Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30 pm.

1 King St W,
Omemee, ON, K0L 2W0

Parking instructions during Diggin' Downtown Omemee construction

 

 

 

 

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The Municipal Service Centres receive calls from Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm, 705-324-9411 or 1-888-822-2225. Dial 0 for assistance. For after-hours municipal emergencies please call 1-877-885-7337.

You can also reach the Municipal Service Centres by emailing inquiries@kawarthalakes.ca or Email the Municipal Service Centres

 

 

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Drop Boxes are open at City Hall, Lindsay Service Centre, Bobcaygeon Service Centre, Coboconk Service Centre and Omemee Service Centre.

You can use our GIS map to get directions to your nearest Municipal Service Centre.

 

 

 

View a daily list of all requests for services across the municipality. See if your issue has already been logged by another resident.

 Customer Service Request Dashboard

Services available include:

Items for sale

  • Animal tags

  • Recycling containers

  • Rain barrels

  • Composters
  • Digesters
  • Waste tags (garbage bag tags, large item tags, Freon tags and mattress tags)

  • Transit passes (Available at the Lindsay Service Centre and at the Lindsay Public Library)

  • Transit Tokens (Lindsay Service Centre Only)

Please call ahead to confirm the item you would like to buy is in stock.

Payments

  • Utility payments (water and sewer)
  • Property tax payments
  • Accounts receivable payments
  • Animal tags
  • Bulk water (Flowpoint)
  • Burn permits

Information

Other services

  • Public access to computers (Coboconk and Bobcaygeon Service Centre)
  • Commissioner of Oath
  • Library (Bobcaygeon and Coboconk Service Centre)

180 Kent Street - New Development Hub

The Lindsay Service Centre, previously at 180 Kent Street West, is now at City Hall (26 Francis St) as of January 3 2023. 180 Kent Street West remains a municipal building for Development Services only.

With the new Development Hub, the public now has in-person access to Building and Septic staff, as well as continued access by scheduled appointment to Planning for development and zoning questions along with Economic Development services.

Read more about the move in our Development Services Hub news release.

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