The County of Huron, along with the Town of Goderich, Municipality of Huron East, and the Township of North Huron recently received funding through the Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP), an opportunity offered through Natural Resources Canada, to install electric vehicle chargers in Huron County.
The Huron County Museum & Historic Gaol is pleased to announce the publication of its newest book, Prisoner Profiles: Unlocking the Secret Stories from the Huron Historic Gaol. Books are now available for purchase through the Museum Gift Shop for curbside pickup while the Museum and Historic Gaol remain closed to the public.
The Huron Clean Water Project is a fund that supports water quality projects in Huron County. To apply for funding, or to obtain further information, call Maitland Valley Conservation Authority at 519.335.3557, extension 236 or Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority at 519.235.2610, extension 227 or 1.888.286.2610.
Surveys will be mailed to the business community starting at the beginning of June, and continuing through to the end of November 2021. he Huron County Business Retention and Expansion (BR&E) project is a county-wide effort, supported by local BIAs, Chambers of Commerce, and others, that recognizes, confidential business surveys.
The County of Huron has lowered its flags to half-mast to honour the 215 children whose lives were taken at the former Kamloops residential school and all Indigenous children who never made it home, the survivors, and their families. The flags will remain at half-mast for 9 days – 215 hours – to represent each life.
The Huron County Connects is a dynamic and interactive virtual engagement platform, that provides participants with the information they need to engage with County staff in real time and in a meaningful way. Projects listed on Huron County Connects are County of Huron initiatives identified for public engagement, and led by County staff. www.HuronCountyConnects.ca
The Transportation Departments of Grey, Bruce, and Huron County have partnered with the Ministry of Transportation and the Ontario Provincial Police to remind the public about road safety. All roadways users must travel safely, share the road, and respect others.