Media Releases

Posted Thursday, 16 June, 2022

The Town of Greater Napanee and Family and Children’s Services of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (FACSFLA) are pleased to announce that they have reached an agreement regarding the sale of 99 Advance Avenue contingent on approval of the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS).
 
(GREATER NAPANEE, ON) – At the closing of its June 14, 2022, Regular Session of Council, Council endorsed the proposal presented by CAO, John Pinsent,...

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Posted Friday, 06 May, 2022

Due to favourable spring conditions, Greater Napanee Fire Services is lifting the current Partial Burn Ban for Greater Napanee, effective Friday, May 6, 2022.
 
An Open-Air Burning Permit is required for open-air burning in Greater Napanee. Open-Air Burning Permits can be obtained online through the Town’s website, www.greaternapanee.com , on the ‘Burn Bans, Permits & Open-Air Burning’ page. It is $15.00 for an open-air burning permit...

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Posted Wednesday, 04 May, 2022

Wednesday, May 4, 2022
 
(GREATER NAPANEE, ON) – The Town of Greater Napanee is investigating the potential of two buildings within the community for the purpose of improving customer service and convenience for residents. The two buildings under consideration are an office building located at 99 Advance Ave and Greater Napanee’s Town Hall located at 124 John St.
99 Advance Ave – Exploratory Phase for a New Municipal Office Building:
In...

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Posted Monday, 02 May, 2022

Introducing Voyent Alert!
In times of emergency, it is important that residents have access to trusted, timely and accurate information to ensure their own safety and that of their family and loved ones. In response to this need, the Town has chosen Voyent Alert! as the communication service provider for these kinds of events.
 
Voyent Alert! is a multi-purpose communication service used to send alerts to residents, businesses, and
visitors during critical...

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Posted Tuesday, 26 April, 2022

Due to favourable spring conditions, Greater Napanee Fire Services is downgrading the current “Total Burn Ban” to a “Partial Burn Ban” effective Tuesday, April 26, 2022. A “Partial Burn Ban” will allow residents to light and maintain a campfire of no more than 60 cm in width by 60 cm in height, used for cooking, warmth and/ or recreational enjoyment. Open-Air burning is only permitted two (2) hours before sunset until two (2) hours after sunrise....
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