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Rehabilitation of Firehall Bridge in Millbrook

The County of Peterborough is preparing to rehabilitate the Firehall Bridge, located in Millbrook on County Road 21 (King Street East) east of Tupper Street (CR 10).

Construction is to take place from June 13 - October 31, 2022, with the removal and replacement of the concrete deck, sidewalks and railings.

During this period, passage of over-width vehicles and equipment will be restricted due to a 3.5 metre wide single traffic lane restriction that will be in place at the bridge.

Please be prepared to find an alternate route for oversized equipment to avoid the lane restriction at Firehall Bridge.

Contact the County at 705-775-2737 ext. 3200 for any additional information.

Public Meeting on Official Plan-May 18th

On May 18th, 2022 at 9:30am Peterborough County Council will host a virtual Public Meeting to consider the draft Official Plan.

Request for registration to speak at the meeting and written submissions must be directed to Kari Stevenson, Manager of Legislative Services/Clerk at or 705-743-0380 ext. 2101 no later than 9:00 a.m. May 18th, 2022. Written and verbal comments received prior to and during the public meeting will be considered by Council prior to the adoption of the draft Official Plan.

Peterborough 4-H Beef Club First Meeting for 2022

When: Monday May 2nd, 2022 at 7pm

Where: Fallis Farm 1273 Smith 6th Line, Selwyn Township

Who: All Peterborough County 4-H members interested in beef cattle

For More Info: contact one of the beef club leaders

Andrea Stillman 705 957 7890

Heather Sherry 705 877 3823

Mike Fallis 705 740 4878

Peterborough 4-H Association Annual Meeting- April 27, 2022 at 7pm

The meeting will be held at the Villiers Community Centre on Villiers Line in Keene. 

Learn more about the opportunities in 2022.

Megan Burnside Poitras will provide an update from 4-H Ontario.

4-H Leaders/Volunteers: this is your chance to update your 4-H volunteer training.

Have an idea for a 4-H club? c'mon out on the 27th. 


Reminder-Info webinar for Municipal candidates next Wednesday (April 27th)

Agriculture is important to Peterborough County and the best way to make sure farm voices are heard is to elect farmers to local Municipal Councils. Elections are happening this fall on October 24,2022. Nomination opens May 2, 2022 and closes August 19th,  2022. 

There will be a free information session on becoming a candidate on April 27 at 7PM-9 PM in person and Zoom. For more information, and to register for the info session, contact 

Here are the qualifications for becoming a candidate: