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Civic Service Stadium Project Updates     Joe Mavrinac Community Complex Aquatic Facility Project Updates


    KPMG Service Delivery and Operational Review - Presentation to Council - Draft Report - June 14, 2016




    Interested parties are required to obtain “Request for Proposal”. Copies can be picked up from Stella Williams at the Joe Mavrinac Community Complex or by downloading the link/s below.

    Sealed proposals marked “SKATE SHARPENING CONCESSION” and/or “RINK BOARD ADVERTISING RIGHTS” and/or “OLYMPIA ADVERTISING RIGHTS” Will be received by the undersigned up to Wednesday August 10th at 2:00 pm.

    Clerk Town of Kirkland Lake
    3 Kirkland Street, Kirkland Lake, ON P2N 3P4
  • The Town is seeking solutions to replace outdated telephone systems at four of its locations. These sites currently have separate digital telephone systems. Please see the attached documentation for full details. Closing date for submissions is 2:00 PM, August 5, 2016.
    Request for Proposal – Telephone Systems
  • Ontario 150 Information Session
    Heritage North, 400 Government Road W
    Tuesday July 26th, 2016
    10:00 am- 12:00pm
  • The Town of Kirkland Lake has issued a Request for Proposal for the cellular telephone and data services. Please see the attached documentation. Closing date for submissions is 2:00 PM, July 29, 2016.
    Request for Proposal
    RFP Fillable Form
  • What You Need to Know in the Event of a Postal Labour Disruption
    As you may have heard, there may be a labour disruption at Canada Post as early as Saturday, July 2nd. If that happens, we can expect an interruption in mail delivery and potentially in other Canada Post services as well. In the event that service is disrupted, printed statements, and other documents that you normally receive from us by mail will not be delivered to you, and if there are any documents, cheques or other items you would normally mail to us, we won’t be able to receive or process them until after the labour disruption ends. There are options available to you, such as choosing to go electronic as detailed in this document
  • MEDIA RELEASE - Civic Service Stadium Renewal Project
  • June 24 Municipal Update
  • The Department of Physical Services for the Town of Kirkland Lake wishes to announce the conclusion of the contract with Teck Northern Roads for the operation of the Residential Recycling Depot located at 37 Duncan Ave. North.

    Furthermore, we have been advised by the contractor they will no longer be offering this service and will be shutting down the depot as of July 1st of this year. Please be advised the Town will be continuing the biweekly residential curbside recycling collection.
  • MEDIA RELEASE - Town Support for KL Goldminers Already in Place
  • PUBLIC NOTICE - Hawker Peddler bylaw
    Please be advised that the Council of the Town of Kirkland Lake has updated its Hawker Peddler bylaw to regulate the sale of goods and services by transient salespersons.

    Transient hawkers, peddlers, and salespersons require a licence from the Town of Kirkland Lake in order to operate in Town.
  • Summer Construction 2016
  • Town of Kirkland Lake Introduces my311
    What is my311? My311 is a tool to improve service to residents and to handle non-emergency municipal questions and requests.
    My 311 is a superior web-based solution that supports the open communication between citizens and local government.
  • KIRKLAND LAKE WASTE MANAGEMENT - Request for Proposals Review
  • Have you seen the "After Work" photos that were installed across from RBC Bank in downtown KL yet?

    They can be seen on the "Kirkland Lake, from a photographer's prospective" Facebook group page, as well as many others that were submitted for judging, which due to the large volume of photos submitted and the space allotments, did not make the cut.

    Thanks to the local photographers Alex Boudreault, Brian Bronson, J-R Daoust, Joanne Ranger, Leanne Nielsen, Penny Fournel, Shauna Howey and Sylvie Goulet for their photographic contributions in making our downtown core more inviting.
    Hockey Heritage North would like to warn visitors not to use the old website hockeyheritagenorth.ca. An organization has bought the web address and stolen the content. We are unable to access or change any information on the site. Links on the website could also potentially be dangerous, please do not click them. Keep your eyes open for our new upcoming website, which will be posted when unveiled. Thank you for your patience and consideration.
  • TAKE NOTICE THAT the Corporation of the Town of Kirkland Lake has agreed to offer a cash incentive when purchasing a residential building lot on Calbeck Avenue, Balsam Avenue, Porteous Avenue and King George Court. The minimum price per lot is $10,000. $5,000 will be refunded if issued an occupancy permit within one (1) year, $3,000 if issued an occupancy permit within two (2) years.

    Please obtain a copy of the “Request to Purchase” from the Department of Physical Services located at 1 Dunfield Road in Kirkland Lake or here. Terms and Conditions apply.
  • Waste Management and Recycling Calendar for 2016
    Kirkland Lake Benefits From Improvements to Wastewater Infrastructure
    Kirkland Lake profite d’améliorations de ses infrastructures de traitement des eaux usées