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Free transportation to Maniwaki on November 29th
Thanks to the support of the Maniwaki Merchants, this service is provided to you free! Come, relax and benefit from a worry free transport!
The 2019-2020 Flu Vaccination
Notice about recycling
Paint, Oil, Batteries & Electronics : these items must now be
brought to 4-A D'amour Road.
Paint, used motor oil in their con-tainers and filters too.
Batteries: AA, AAA, C, D, 6 and 9 volt and rechargeable ones too.
Electronic devices: computers, laptops, TV, cell phones, old stereos etc...
All these items can be brought from Monday to Friday between 8AM and 3PM.
An invitation from Halte-Femme Haute-Gatineau to watch this documentary
Presentation on December 3 in Maniwaki of the 98 minutes documentary directed by Vincent Gratton. Will be followed by a discussion and a light snack.
The Department of Transport filed its survey results following a request from the Municipality of Low to reduce the speed from 70 km / h to 50 km / h on three sections of Highway 105.
Public notice : It is forbidden to cut grass along watercourses along a shoreline at least 10 meters.
Public notice : seat 3 election result
Anne Bélisle elected councillor for seat 3
New urban planning by-laws
The Municipal Council is proud to announce that we have begun the process of renewal of our urban plan and bylaws in order to align them with the realities of today and the vision of our municipality in the future! To this end, the Municipal Council along with the urban planning firm, URBA+Consultants, is soliciting your feedback via this survey, which will help guide the orientation of these by-laws.
Municipal library : Low named Municipalité par excellence
New public transit service for Vallée-de-la-Gatineau people
The GUTAC of La Vallée-de-la-Gatineau is proposing a new public transit service. Since September, it is possible to use the places available on school buses in your municipality. An essential service in our region.
New Public Transit Network of MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais
Low will be linked to this new transit network
Important Notice for Waterfront Landowners
All waterfront or wetland landowners must take all necessary means to ensure that the shoreline area is covered by appropriate natural vegetation.
Located in the Municipality of Low, Paugan station is the largest power utility in the Outaouoais region with a capacity of 206 MW and a fall of 40 meters. It has been built in 1928 and restored in 1956. Picture © Hydro-Québec.
Siskin recalled the forest heritage of the municipality, particularly the time of the drive on the Gatineau River. It is also the southern starting point of the Véloroute des Draveurs. Photo © Sogercom.com.