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The Town of Tillsonburg has two new parks located in the Northcrest I & II subdivisions. Members of the public are invited to help name these parks in accordance with the process identified in the Town’s Commemorative Naming Policy.
The purpose of this notice is to advise that the Corporation of the Town of Tillsonburg intends to declare a portion of the municipally owned lands located East of Langrell Avenue and North of the Town owned Storm Water Management facility as surplus to the needs of the Town at the January 8, 2024 Council Meeting. The Subject Property is described as Part 55 on Plan 41R-7299.
Wondering how the Aquatics Rehabilitation project at the Tillsonburg Community Centre has been progressing? Mayor Gilvesy has posted a video update.
Search efforts continue for a missing person from Tillsonburg. The investigation, which includes members of the Oxford Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and Oxford OPP Crime Unit, is now under the direction of the OPP Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB). Investigators are seeking public assistance in finding Lola WATSON, age 72, who was last see in the Town of Tillsonburg on Wednesday, November 8, 2023.
The Town of Tillsonburg is delighted to announce that no-fee dog licensing is here! According to the Town’s animal control by-law, all dogs in the Town of Tillsonburg are required to be licensed annually. But in 2024, Council has eliminated the standard registration fee.
The Town has completed $340,000 in park and playground improvements, including opening a brand new park in the Northcrest neighbourhood.
OPP are continuing to search for 72-year old missing Tillsonburg woman
Local listing of food, gift and clothing drives lets people know how to give and get help