An information session will be held Wednesday night, August 15, at 7 pm at Town Office to launch the Trash Talkers program. Everybody interested in becoming a Trash Talker or wanting more information on the recycling and composting program should definitely come to the Town Office at 34 Reid’s Lane. See you there!
The Property of the Week winner for Week 10 is Chris and Dianne Alexander at 18 Mayor Avenue. They win a gift card from Shears Building Supplies.
The Town of Deer Lake will officially launch its composting and recycling program on October 15! Are you interested in spreading the word on this program? Contact email@example.com and sign up to become a ‘Trash Talker’, or someone that helps other people out with questions about the program. Next week, we’ll be holding a ‘Trash
The Town of Deer Lake, the Deer Lake detachment of the RCMP, Deer Lake Search and Rescue (SAR) and Transport Canada have met and will work together to deal with boating safety issues on the Humber River and on the lake. The groups met on Tuesday, July 31, to discuss a variety of boating
Deer Lake residents are being urged to check their garbage boxes for hornets’ nests to avoid not having their waste collected. The collection drivers have been stung 6 times in the last couple days and they have been advised to not to collect garbage from any boxes with a nest and to report any
The Page One writers’ group has announced the event line-up for its annual festival, Summer Voices 2018. Pictures and Words will run from July 23-28 and will host authors and artists at Page One’s pop-up art gallery and book sale. There will also be new books on sale, including a used book sale. The line-up
The Town of Deer Lake now has its own mobile app. The app is available for both iPhones and android devices and it is free of charge. On your mobile device, go to the App Store and search for “Town of Deer Lake.” Click on “Get” and the app will start downloading onto your phone.
Deer Lake area residents are asked to use extreme caution while boating on the Humber River and on Deer Lake itself. That’s because there are a number of deadheads present in both bodies of water. Deadheads are often lurking just below the surface of the water and can cause damage and injuries for boaters who
The Town of Deer Lake development regulations are available for all to preview. Please click here for the draft Development Regulations and here for the draft Town Plan.
Schedules governing the use of the town’s soccer and baseball fields at Schwartz Park on Bennett’s Avenue have been released. These schedules are for this summer. The baseball schedule can be found here. To view the soccer schedule, click here.