Departments

Need a building permit? Have questions about your tax bill? Interested in attending a Council meeting or becoming a delegate at the next Council meeting? Want to learn more about fire prevention and emergency planning? One of the Departmental pages will have the answer you are seeking. Take a moment to read the brief description for each section, and choose the appropriate department.

On This Page:

Council

To visit the Council page, click here. This section of the website will provide you with information on:

  • 2015 Strategic Plan
  • How to Contact Council & The Clerk
  • Council Agendas, Minutes, Delegations & Correspondence
  • Composition of Council
  • Duties of the Mayor & Acting Mayor
  • The Acting Mayor Schedule
  • Duties of Councillors

Committees

 To visit the Committees pages, click here. This section of the website will provide you with information on:

  • Appointments to Boards & Committees
  • The Length of Term
  • How are members appointed? How do I join?
  • What Committees exist currently?
  • When do Committees meet?
  • Meeting Minutes
  • General contacts for Committees

By-law Enforcement

To visit the By-law Enforcement pages, click here. The By-law Enforcement section of the website contains information on:

  • Animal Control
  • Dog Tags
  • Littering
  • Safe Properties

This section addresses some frequently asked questions, including:

  • What is a by-law?
  • How are by-laws enforced?
  • Fines - where should I send payment?
  • How do I lodge a complaint?

Clerk's Department

To visit the Clerk's Department page, click here. The Clerk's Department page is designed to provide you with the information you need to become part of the process! From attending the next meeting to reading the minutes of a meeting you may have missed - we want you to be a part of the process.

Included on this page is:

  • About Council Meetings
  • Information about Council agendas and minutes
  • How To Become a Delegate
  • How To Submit Correspondence to Council

Finance and Taxes

To visit the Finance and Taxes pages, click here. If you have questions regarding property taxes, chances are the answers can be found here. These pages provide you with information such as:

  • Performance Measures
  • Pre-Authorized Payment Plans
  • Changing Your Mailing Address
  • Vacancy Rebates
  • Tax Sale Properties

Frequently Asked Questions Such As:

  • How do property taxes work?
  • How often are we billed?
  • When are my taxes due?
  • Where can I make tax payments?
  • What is/are the penalties for late payment?
  • My mortgage is paid off - how do I redirect my tax bill?
  • I have sold my property - what happens to the tax bill?

Fire Department

To visit the Fire Department pages, click here. Your Fire Department is committed to keeping you safe and informed. Whether you are looking for information on fire prevention, becoming a volunteer firefighter, emergency planning, or open burning, these pages will provide valuable information such as:

  • How to Become a Volunteer
  • Open Burning
  • Information on our Fire Stations
  • Fire Education for Children and Adults
  • Safety Tips
  • Fire Extinguishers, Smoke Alarms and CO Detectors

Library

To learn more about the Township's three library branches, click here. This section inlcudes information such as:

  • Where are the library branches? What is the lending policy at my branch?
  • What programs and events are offered by the Library?

Planning & Building 

To visit the Planning & Building Department pages, click here. Whether you're building a garage or severing a lot, you will find the information you need on these pages.

Within the Planning Department pages are the answers to some frequently asked questions such as:

  • What is land use planning?
  • What is the Official Plan?
  • What is the Zoning By-law?
  • What are permitted uses, zone requirements, general provisions and setbacks?
  • What is a severance?
  • What do the Planning Advisory Committee and Committee of Adjustment do?

Within the Building Department section of these pages is information you will need if you are thinking of putting in a swimming pool, erecting a garage, or adding a garden shed - and much more! There may be regulations that you must comply with in order to add these structures to your property, so check these pages before you begin. Included in the Building Department information is:

  • Building Permit Application Forms
  • Information Guides
  • Wood Stove and Fireplace Permit
  • Outdoor Solid Fuel Combustion Appliances
  • Swimming Pool Permits

And the Answers to Frequently Asked Questions Such As:

  • Do I have to fence my pool?
  • Do I need a permit to erect a garden shed?
  • What's the procedure for tearing down a building?
  • How do I get an inspection?

Public Works

To visit the Public Works page, click here. Included is:

  • Road Maintenance (Plowing and Mowing)
  • Waste Disposal Site Hours, Maps and Recycling Guide
  • Waste Disposal Site Ticket Prices
  • Garbage & Recycling Pick-up Schedule
  • Entranceways & Culverts

Recreation Department

To visit the Recreation Department page, click here. Please take a moment to examine what recreational options the Township has to offer you. This section of the website contains information pertaining to:

  • Swimming Program
  • Bellamy Park
  • Lyn Valley & Mac Johnson Conservation Areas
  • Fields and Ball Parks

How To Find Us

Where is the Township's Main Administration Office?

The office is located at 6544 New Dublin Road, in the Hamlet of New Dublin. The building is located at the top of the hill, across from the church and next to the cemetery. Look for the stone building with the red tin roof and the Canada flag out front (see picture). Parking is available at the front and rear of the building.

From the 401 Highway

Step One: To reach us from the 401 Highway, take exit 696 (Brockville).

Step Two: If you are coming from the East, turn right at the end of the ramp. If you are coming from the West, turn left. You are now traveling north on Steward Blvd in the City of Brockville. Continue north, leaving the City (at which point the road becomes County Road 29). You will pass through the hamlets of Tincap and Spring Valley. You will pass the OPP Station on your right.

Step Three: New Dublin Road is a right hand turn shortly after the OPP Station. The Municipal Office is located 4.5 km up New Dublin Road on the left hand side. The office is located at 6544 New Dublin Road, in the Hamlet of New Dublin. The building is located at the top of the hill, across from the church and next to the cemetery. Look for the stone building with the red tin roof and the Canada flag out front (see picture above). Parking is available at the front and rear of the building.

From The 416 Highway

Step One: Head South on the 416 Highway

Step Two: You want to head West on the 401 - simply stay on the 416 - it will turn into the Western Lanes of the 401 Highway. Take exit 696 (Brockville).

Step Three: If you are coming from the East, turn right at the end of the ramp. If you are coming from the West, turn left. You are now traveling north on Steward Blvd in the City of Brockville. Continue north, leaving the City (at which point the road becomes County Road 29). You will pass through the hamlets of Tincap and Spring Valley. You will pass the OPP Station on your right.

Step Four: New Dublin Road is a right hand turn shortly after the OPP Station. The Municipal Office is located 4.5 km up New Dublin Road on the left hand side. The office is located at 6544 New Dublin Road, in the Hamlet of New Dublin. The building is located at the top of the hill, across from the church and next to the cemetery. Look for the stone building with the red tin roof and the Canada flag out front (see picture above). Parking is available at the front and rear of the building.

From the 1000 Islands International Bridge

Step One: Once past the bridge, turn onto the 401 Highway (East).

Step Two: Look for exit 696 (Brockville), and turn left at the end of the ramp. You are now traveling north on Steward Blvd in the City of Brockville.

Step Three: Continue north, leaving the City (at which point the road becomes County Road 29). You will pass through the hamlets of Tincap and Spring Valley. You will pass the OPP Station on your right. New Dublin Road is a right hand turn shortly after the OPP Station.

Step Four: The Municipal Office is located 4.5 km up New Dublin Road on the left hand side. The office is located at 6544 New Dublin Road, in the Hamlet of New Dublin. The building is located at the top of the hill, across from the church and next to the cemetery. Look for the stone building with the red tin roof and the Canada flag out front (see picture above). Parking is available at the rear front and rear of the building.

From the Johnstown International Bridge

Step One: Once past the bridge, turn onto the 401 Highway (West).

Step Two: Look for exit 696 (Brockville), and turn right at the end of the ramp. You are now traveling north on Steward Blvd in the City of Brockville. Continue north, leaving the City (at which point the road becomes County Road 29). You will pass through the hamlets of Tincap and Spring Valley. You will pass the OPP Station on your right.

Step Three: New Dublin Road is a right hand turn shortly after the OPP Station.

Step Four: The Municipal Office is located 4.5 km up New Dublin Road on the left hand side. The office is located at 6544 New Dublin Road, in the Hamlet of New Dublin. The building is located at the top of the hill, across from the church and next to the cemetery. Look for the stone building with the red tin roof and the Canada flag out front (see picture above). Parking is available at the front and rear of the building.

From Smiths Falls

Step One: When coming from the Smiths Falls area, simply turn onto Brockville Street in the Town of Smiths Falls and head south. Brockville Street turns into County Rd 29 as continue south.

Step Two: As you head south you will pass through/by the following: Newbliss, Toledo, Frankville, Addison. Watch for the signs for County Rd 28 and then County Rd 7 (both on your left). This means you are getting close.

Step Three: Turn onto New Dublin Road (the first left after County Rd 7). The Municipal Office is located 4.5 km up New Dublin Road on the left hand side. The office is located at 6544 New Dublin Road, in the Hamlet of New Dublin. The building is located at the top of the hill, across from the church and next to the cemetery. Look for the stone building with the red tin roof and the Canada flag out front (see picture above). Parking is available at the front and rear of the building.

Township of Elizabethtown-Kitley, 6544 New Dublin Rd, RR 2  Addison, ON, K0E 1A0
Tel. 613-345-7480 or 1-800-492-3175, Fax. 613-345-7235, Email: mail@elizabethtown-kitley.on.ca

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