March 24, 2020 After continuing to monitoring the COVID19 situation in our community and around the world, effective immediately the Town of Ingersoll will be implementing some changes to the way the Building Department Operates. View the entire PDF here
The Town of Ingersoll have posted three drawings in PDF format: GEORGE STREET – CARNEGIE STREET TO CATHCART STREET WILLIAM STREET – THAMES STREET NORTH TO MUTUAL STREET ALMA STREET – THAMES STREET NORTH TO GEORGE STREET
NOTICE OF WATERMAIN FLUSHING Oxford County will be flushing water mains in the Ingersoll water system from Monday, May 4, 2020, through to Friday, May 15, 2020. We will be flushing between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. to remove discoloured water or sediment (caused by iron settling out), which has accumulated in the mains since the last flushing in September/October 2019.
After careful consideration and closely monitoring COVID-19 related closures and cancellations in our community and around the World, the Town of Ingersoll and Oxford County have made the decision to cancel the Public Information Meetings for the Projects as follows: George Street, William Street and Alma Street Reconstruction - Tuesday March 17th 4:00.m. to 7:00p.m. AND Charles Street East Full Depth Paving - Thursday March 19th 4:00.m. to 7:00p.m. Click here for details
Important bulletin issued by Upper Thames River Conservation Authority re: Water Safety / Flood Outlook Update.....
NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION CENTRE PROJECT Full Depth Paving Contract PROJECT LOCATION Charles Street East – Water Street to Harris Street Please be advised that the Town of Ingersoll will be holding an Information Drop-In Session on Thursday, March 19th, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM in the Town’s Council Chambers at the Town’s Office at 130, Oxford Street, (2nd Floor) Ingersoll.
Notice of Public Information Meeting – Replacement of Sanitary Sewer, Storm Sewer, Water-mains, complete with Reconstruction of Road Surface Infrastructure
NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING PROJECT Replacement of Sanitary Sewer, Storm Sewer, Water-mains, complete with Reconstruction of Road Surface Infrastructure PROJECT LOCATIONS George Street – Carnegie Street to Catherine Street; George Street – William Street to Cathcart Street; William Street – Thames Street to Mutual Street; Alma Street – Thames Street to George Street
As our updated fire alarm system becomes active we will [...]
As part of our fire alarm upgrade system the Townhall [...]
Recently The Community Services Department was contacted by patrons of the Dog Park to advise that their pets required medical attention after attending the dog park. Upon investigation staff uncovered unauthorized leftover food refuse that was being added to the compost bins and being stored under a tarp, as the likely source of the dog’s illness. As most dog owners will know, mixing food with dog waste is a very unhealthy combination. Additionally, this type of storage will undoubtedly attract other less than desirable creatures to the park, such as rats, skunks, raccoons and coyotes. Which in turn, could lead to conflict or sharing of diseases like distemper, rabies or other pathogens. View the full PDF here