Organic waste matter: Start filling your brown bin!
You can start filling your brown bin now as collection begins in two weeks. A little trick to prevent materials from sticking to the bin walls or freezing at the bottom: put some newspaper or cardboard at the bottom of the bin.
In order to determine which day the collection of organic materials is for your zone, citizens are invited to consult the annual municipal calendar. The collection schedule is also available on the Town’s website at the following the link:
Town of Sutton’s 2019 budget
On 19 December 2018, the Council of the Town of Sutton adopted its budget for the year 2019.
Prior to its adoption a public presentation was given to explain the context and the facts relevant to the budget.
The Town of Sutton’s 2019 budget takes into account the Town’s obligations, neccessary catch-up work for municipal infrastructure and equipment, and also responds to certain expectations expressed by the community. The budget foresees an increase of 5.6 % in the residential tax rate, and investments in the order of $11M in its three-year investment program as detailed in the Programme triennal d’immobilisations (PTI).
To watch the presentation (in French) of the 2019 budget, including the question period, on YouTube
To access the 2019 budget presentation document (in French)
To access the 2019 budget summary, detailed budget and tax rates, consult the following link
Important change in the collection of residual material (garbage and organic)
The new brown bin service for the collection of organic materials starts 10 and 11 January 2019. During the winter it will take place every two weeks. About 45% of the content of our domestic waste is organic material, this must now go in the new brown bins and will be collected for composting. As a result, also starting in January 2019, the Town will collect domestic garbage every 4 weeks. The collection of recyclable materials does not change and will continue every 2 weeks. Note that there is no change at this time to the collection service for businesses.
In order to know the exact day for each collection (organic, garbage and recycle), in each sector, citizens are invited to consult the municipal calendar which will be distributed to residents before the end of the year. The collection schedules for all residual materials can also be viewed on the Town’s website:
FOR GARBAGE AND RECYCLING
FOR ORGANIC MATTER
Works on Réal Road
Please note that because of a problem that has occured with the embankment on Réal Road, between Bernier and Harold Road, the Town of Sutton must undertake urgent repair work on the end of the culvert.
The traffic will be alternating.
The collection of organic material starts on January 10 and 11, 2019!
The collection of organic material will begin on Thursday, January 10, 2019 for zone 3 (rural zone) and on Friday, January 11, 2019 for zones 1 and 2 (village zone, mountain zone). To determine which zone you are in, consult the attached map and the list of civic addresses according to your zone.
For more information, you can also access the page “My brown bin” by clicking on the button for this purpose at the bottom of the home page of the website of the Town of Sutton or by accessing the tab “Services to Citizens” under “Public Works” “My brown bin”.
The detailed schedule for the collection of organic material as well as other residual waste collections (recycling and waste) will be reflected in our municipal calendar which will be distributed around mid-December.
Deposit of small batteries for recycling
Town of Sutton is pleased to offer the recycling service for your used batteries. You can deposit these batteries into a recycling bin for this purpose at the reception of the Town Hall. This service is available Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Maintenance work by the MTQ on Route 139 between Sutton and West Brome
Due to the early arrival of winter conditions last week, maintenance work on Route 139 between Sutton and West Brome was halted; this work is under the control of the Ministry of Transportation. The Town of Sutton has been in frequent contact with the Ministry regarding its plans for the work in progress. The Ministry assured us that the resumption of work on this section will be a priority for spring 2019. They also assured us that, as an interim measure, they intend to apply a thin layer of paving along the entire length of the site as soon as weather conditions permit.
Therefore, if the weather is favorable on Saturday, November 24 and Sunday November 25, work teams should be busy applying a layer of paving to ensure the safety of road users this winter. The Town will stay in regular contact with Ministry officials throughout the winter to ensure that Route 139 is safe for our community and for visitors.
Drinking water compliant
Please be advised that following the precautionary boil of water advisory of November 6, 2018, the water was analysed by a certified 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.
Five additional information meetings on the organic materials
Come and learn about organic materials collection and other matters.
No more secret about the brown bin at the end of the session!
Consult the following link for the schedule.
Water main break – service interruption and precautionary boil water advisory – November 6, 2018
Due to a water main break, the Town of Sutton had to carry out work on Tuesday, November 6th 2018. There was a temporary interruption of service in the following sectors:
SECTORS: De Bromont, Bellevue, de Laval, Saint-Jacques, Saint-Laurent, Rolland Bazinet, Gagné from civic number 10 and Breuleux Streets.
Following this interruption, drinking water in your sector is 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: