COVID-19 Update: Saugeen Shores services during province-wide shutdown

In accordance with the announcement made by Premier Ford on April 1, the province of Ontario will enter a province-wide emergency break shut down...

Video surveillance policy narrowly defeated

In 2008, following various vandalism incidents at Port Elgin's Cenotaph Park, Council at that time authorized the purchase of video surveillance cameras to be...

Patio fees being waived for 2021 Patio Season

The Town of Saugeen Shores is now accepting applications for the 2021 patio season. Local restaurants and retailers are eligible to complete an application...

Why are we doing this, as an investor withdraws? says reader

To the Editor: Honourable Mayor and Councilors On December 16, 2019, I presented the attached delegation at a public meeting before Council regarding the Cedar Crescent...

Lamont Sports Park work to begin by the end of March

Saugeen Shores Council gave its approval on March 22nd for work on Phase One of the Lamont Sports Park to begin.  Work is expected...

Saugeen Shores continues to show strong growth in construction

Saugeen Shores town staff presented the 2020 Building Report to Committee of Whole on Monday, March 8th, reporting a construction value of $84 million...

Data is needed before Decisions are made maintains resident

"Data before decisions" was the key of Paul Lewko's recent delegation to Saugeen Shores Town Council at its meeting of February 8th. Lewko was referring...

‘Show Your Saugeen Shores Support’ campaign is launched

Today, Monday, February 1st, Saugeen Shores launched the 'Show Your Saugeen Shores Support' campaign. Residents are encouraged to join in to support small businesses and...

Fairy Lake science-based study to target invasive species

  At Saugeen Shores Council meeting on January 25th, Frank Burrows, Manager of Parks, informed Council that Southampton's Fairy Lake is about to undergo a...

COVID-19 Update: Stay at Home Order

On Thursday, January 14 at 12:01 am, the Stay at Home Order issued by the Province of Ontario began. Residents of Ontario must stay...

Provincial state of emergency declared by Premier Ford

Effective Thursday, January 14th at 12:01 a.m., the government is issuing a 'stay-at-home order' requiring everyone to remain at home with exceptions for permitted ...

‘Getting to Work’ Report looks at local labour market challenges

The “Getting to Work: Investigating Labour Market Challenges in Saugeen Shores” six-month project is now complete. This project was in partnership with the University...

Exciting news for Southampton Care Centre

It was an exciting day for the Southampton Care Centre on Friday, December 18th, as Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson announced that the Centre would...

Saugeen Shores Council votes to close historic Pratt truss bridge

The Kolb Bridge in the former Saugeen Township was officially closed on December 15th (2020) after 90 years in service. According to Saugeen Shores Councilor,...