HELPFUL LINKS
Dog Catcher  519-728-5010
 Hydro - E.L.K. Energy 519-776-5291
 Belle River Public Library  519-727-4253
 Dog Pound -  Animal Control - 914 East Puce Road 519-727-6495
 Belle River Arena 519-727-6366
 Belle River Marina 519-728-2245
 Essex Region Conservation Authority (ERCA) 519-776-5209
 Garbage Pick-up (Windsor Disposal) 519-944-8009
 Recycle / White Goods 1-800-265-9625
 Windsor-Essex County Health Unit 519-258-2146
 County of Essex 519-776-6441
 Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority 1-800-563-3377
 After Hours Emergency Number 519-977-5752

This page lists the corrent projects the Town would  appreciate Public Input on. 

See below for:

 

 


Stormwater Master Plan Phase 1


Information Boards
Comment sheet

Email completed comment sheets or questions to Peyman Raji at praji@lakeshore.ca.
 

Notre Dame/West River Street Construction

Notre Dame Street and West River Street Intersection Improvements EA:

Notice of Completion

Notre Dame Street and West River Street - Project File Report


Schedule "B" Class Environmental Assessment of Notre Dame Street (Essex County Road 22
connecting link) and West River Street Intersection Improvements - Public Information Centre #1.

Information will be collected in accordance with Ontario’s Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information all comments will become part of the public record.

West River Street Intersection

For Notre Dame and West River Street Comment Forms click here

Notre Dame MCEA Schedule B

Roundabout Option Diagram


 

Official Plan Review - Renewing Lakeshore

Lakeshore is undergoing a 5 year review of the Official Plan. 

The Official Plan contains Lakeshore Council's objectives and policies to guide the short-term and long-term physical development of all lands within the boundary of the municipality. The Plan seeks to balance the multiple goals of economic prosperity, community vitality, environmental responsibility, enriched cultural identity and infrastructure sustainability.

It provides direction for the allocation of land use, provision of municipal services and facilities, and preparation of regulatory by-laws to control the development and use of land. These types of policies are considered necessary to promote orderly urban growth and compatibility among land uses.

The Town needs your input!  Two open houses have been held and one more is scheduled for April. You are welcome to review the documents below and provide comment using the Official Plan comment form

Comments can be emailed to Lakeshore's Planner, Kim Darroch at kdarroch@lakeshore.ca

Official Plan Review Documents from Open House - December 6,2016

Lakeshore OP draft - November 2016 - (redine)


Issues and policy directions - November 2016

Affordable Housing Strategy (Final) May 2016

Residential Intensification Strategy - November 2016

Natural Heritage Discussion (draft)  November 2016

 

 


 
Date edited: 12/13/2018