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Winter Pleasures 2018

Published on January 11, 2018

Information to follow

The Town must postpone the Winter Pleasures event to Saturday, March, 3, 2018.
The Town cannot incur expenses regarding this activity until the budget is adopted on January 29th, 2018.
We shall have to take the time necessary therefore to organize this event.

Thank you for your understanding.

 

Christmas tree pickup

Published on January 10, 2018

Christmas trees will be collected on Friday, January 12, 2018.

All you need to do is to put the tree on the curb the day of the collection before 7 a.m. or the night before.
Don’t forget that the tree must be free of any decorations.

Outdoor skating rink – Information

Published on January 4, 2018

It is now possible to find up-to-date information on the Goyette-Hill Park outdoor skating rink on the Town of Sutton’s website, at the bottom left, by clicking on the “Outdoor skating Rink” button. Information on the opening and closing of the skating rink and the ice path will be updated based on the information provided to us by the contractor responsible for the maintenance of the skating rink.

To consult the information

The Town invites you to contact us for any questions and comments regarding the rink at the following address: [email protected]

Collection of domestic waste and recyclable materials during winter

Published on January 3, 2018

Snow removal of rolling bins

To assure the collection of your bins, do not let snow accumulate on and around them!

Remove the snow and ice from your bins or containers

To allow us to offer you a safe and professional service during the winter season and especially, after a snow shower, it is important to clear the snow and ice from your bins or containers, as the case may be.

During a winter storm, it is strongly recommended that you place your bin on the curb on the morning of the collection to optimize the service.

It is your responsibility to properly clear snow and de-ice your bins and to allow safe access for garbage collectors. Remind your contractor not to push or blow the snow on your bins.

This way of doing things is intended to reduce the risk of your bin being knocked down by our snow removal equipment, to prevent breakage and above all to ensure that your materials are collected.

Accepted materials at the Sutton Municipal Ecocentre

Published on December 15, 2017

Ecocentre = Valorisation!

The Public Works Department reminds you that only the following materials, of domestic origin, are accepted at the Sutton Ecocentre:

  • Fluorescent light bulbs and batteries
  • Paint
  • Oil and organic HHW (in its original container)
  • Metal
  • Recyclable items
  • Large domestic items

Residential trailer with maximum volume of 64 ft3
Example 4’x8’x2’ (1,8 m3)
The items must be separated before coming to the ecocentre.

Refused materials at the Sutton ecocentre:

  • Electronic appliances and computer hardware
  • Construction, renovation and demolition materials (CRD)
  • Propane bottles

The Sutton ecocentre is open every Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Closed during the Holidays, December 23rd and 30th. Reopening on Saturday January 6, 2018.

For Sutton residents only. Bring an ID card and proof of residence.

N.B.: The MRC ecocentres are closed for the winter period until April 2018.  Back in Sutton on Saturday April 28, 2018 at 8 a.m.

You can also go directly to the landfill site during the week, Monday to Friday to drop off your materials at the following address:

Régie intermunicipale d’élimination de déchets solides de Brome-Missisquoi (RIEDSBM)
2500, rang Saint Joseph, Cowansville, QC J2K 3G6, telephone 450 263-2351.

Fees may be applied for construction materials.

 

Volunteer Appreciation Evening

Published on November 22, 2017

On November 16, the Sutton Volunteer Appreciation Evening was held. This evening aims to thank and acknowledge the contributions of volunteers in our community. Nearly 100 people attended the evening, held at Les Rochers Bleus Golf Club.

The Town wanted to make specific honorable mentions for the good moves made in the community during the last two years. A call to the people was made to find the volunteer and the organization of the year. Here is the list of prizes awarded:

Presentation of all nominees (in French only)

Volunteer of the year: Mrs François Lépine (in French only)

Organization of the Year: Heritage Sutton (in French only)

Young succession volunteer: Mr. Philip Bissonnette-Greig (in French only)

Notice – drinking water compliant

Published on November 17, 2017

Please be advised that following the precautionary boil of water advisories of November 14th, 2017, we had the water analysed by a laboratory and the results indicate that everything is in conformity.

It is no longer necessary to boil the water before consumption.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Water works – service interruption – precautionary boil water advisory – November 14, 2017

Published on November 14, 2017

Town of Sutton must proceed with some water works in your sector, Tuesday November 14, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be a temporary interruption of service. Therefore, if necessary, please make sure that you have a supply of water.

SECTOR: From 190 to 369 Maple Street, Place Gamache, de l’Esker, Delage, du Rocher, de la Poudreuse, de la Granuleuse and de la Damée Streets (all addresses).

Following this situation, drinking water in your sector will be considered unsafe to drink for at least 96 hours or until further notice).

Do not use tap water unless you have brought your water to a rolling boil for at least one minute, or use bottled water.

For more information, contact us at 450-538-2290.

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

Previously boiled water, and boiled for at least one minute, must be used for the following purposes until further notice:

  • When drinking and preparing beverages;
  • When preparing infant formulas and baby food;
  • When washing and preparing foods that are eaten raw (fruits, vegetables, etc.);
  • When cooking food that does not require a long cooking time (canned soups, desserts, etc.)
  • When making ice cubes;
  • When brushing your teeth or rinsing you mouth.

Throw out ice cubes (do not forget the refrigerators’ water containers), drinks and foods prepared after the date and time mentioned above.

You may use unboiled tap water for:

  • Washing dishes in hot water and drying them well;
  • Washing clothes and taking a showing or a bath. When it comes to younger children, make sure that they do not swallow bath water or wash them with a washcloth.

Schools, companies, commercial establishments and institutions which are serviced: please notify your clientele that the water is unsafe for drinking. Close water fountains and post information in locations where water remains available. Furthermore, you should consult the following document:

http://www.mapaq.gouv.qc.ca/fr/Restauration/Qualitedesaliments/securitealiments/Pages/avisebullition.aspx

Blood collection

Published on November 8, 2017

The Sûreté du Québec, in partnership with the Cowansville Lion Club, is organizing a blood collection (in French only) on November 9th between 10:00 am and 8:00 pm at the Domaine du Parc shopping center in Cowansville.

 
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