Posted on Friday, July 14, 2023 11:18 AM
The Town of St. Marys is introducing a new Animal Control By-law to protect the well-being of its residents and their furry friends. The by-law was approved by Town Council on May 23, 2023, and will take effect on August 1, 2023.
Under the new by-law, residents will be allowed to keep up to three dogs and three cats in their home. They will not be allowed to keep livestock, farm animals, or any animals used for agricultural purposes.
Those who currently house these animals have until May 22, 2025...
Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2023 01:11 PM
When it comes to proposed changes to Milt Dunnell Field, nothing is set in stone.
That’s what the Town of St. Marys is telling residents following a lively public engagement campaign about plans to revitalize the popular park. The Town recently conducted a survey about the project that received over 1,300 responses, a new record for the municipality.
The survey included questions about two proposed design concepts for the park. The concepts were developed by a landscape architect following...
Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2023 09:00 AM
This July the St. Marys Fire Department is pleased to announce Lucas Jeffrey as its “Firefighter of the Month”.
“Firefighter Lucas Jeffrey was selected for his 8 years of dedicated service to the department,” said Fire Chief Richard “Andy” Anderson. “He demonstrates a high level of technical competence when performing a broad range of assignments. He has always been noted for handling situations in a calm objective manner.”
Jeffrey joined the St. Marys Fire Department (SMFD) as a firefighter in...
Posted on Friday, June 16, 2023 01:06 PM
This June the St. Marys Fire Department is pleased to announce Curtis Downham as “Firefighter of the Month”.
"Firefighter Curtis Downham was selected as Firefighter of the Month due to his high level of technical competence and developing a strong camaraderie among the team members,” expressed Fire Chief Richard “Andy” Anderson. “He displays an exceptional ability to learn new methods and shares his experience with his peers.”
Downham joined the St. Marys Fire Department as a firefighter in 2018....
Posted on Tuesday, June 06, 2023 11:52 AM
After consulting with industry experts, the Town of St. Marys has determined that it must reduce the temperature of the Pyramid Recreation Centre pool to prevent excess air humidity.
Prolonged high levels of air humidity can cause wear and tear to the facility. The Town is lowering the temperature to ensure that the pool continues to operate in a safe and predictable way.
Precise temperatures could fluctuate daily but the pool water will always be kept above 80 degrees Fahrenheit.