Certificate of Recognition for the Municipality of the Township of Low
The Minister responsible for Seniors and Caregivers, Marguerite Blais, officially awarded the Township of Low the title of Elder-Friendly Municipality for the duration of its 2019-2022 action plan.
Reopening of Municipal Office
We are pleased to announce that the municipal office will reopened to the public as of Tuesday, June 23, 2020. In order to ensure the safety of citizens and employees, the Municipality has implemented certain measures to limit the spread of the virus.
Receive a notification in case of emergency or public interest
The municipality Township of Low will soon be able to notify its residents almost in real time in case of emergency. Citizens wishing to do so may be alerted via their cell phone or landline in the event of public interest.
To take advantage of the service you must submit your contact details to the municipality. We invite you to register with the municipality now via our web site or with Sylvia at 819-422-3528 or by email at email@example.com
Regular meeting of August 3 will be held under ZOOM
Following the recent increase in COVID 19 cases in the Outaouais, the regular meeting of August 3 will be held under ZOOM in order to minimize the risk of contamination.
If you have questions (maximum of 2 questions per person) please sent them to firstname.lastname@example.org before 11AM Monday August 3rd ,2020.
Minor Variance 3 Marie-Reine road
A minor variance request for 3 chemin Marie-Reine road will be submitted to Council.
Minor Variance 794 McDonald road
A minor variance request for 794 McDonald road will be submitted to Council.
Referendum request concerning the project by-law 02-2020
From July 22 to 31, those concerned peoples can request a referendum on the by-law modifying zoning by-law no. 02-93 and its amendments, to authorize h8 use in the u208 area.
Project by-law 05-2020 : regulations respecting public safety and the maintenance of private roads
Submission of by-law on July 6th. Adoption of the by-law on August 3rd.
The Township of Low is working for you!
A total of $14,000.00 was invested on Pike Lake Road
In phase one, a soft spot was repaired, 400 meters of ditching was done and 300 tons of Mg20 was spread.
$5,800 invested on O'Sullivan Road
An aging culvert was replaced and updated. Gabion stone was installed to prevent erosion.
Road work was completed on Farm road
Ditches were cleaned to facilitate drainage. Gabion stone was installed to slow water down and to protect private laneway culverts.