To view Contact Information including Canine Control click here
To View Building Our Future Municipality of St.-Charles Strategic Plan click here
To view the St.-Charles Asset Management Plan click here
To view the Municipality of St.-Charles Rural Recreation Assessment Click here
To view current Request for Proposals click here
(New) To view current job opportunities click here
To view current Committee of the Whole Agenda and minutes click here
To view current Regular Council Agenda and Minutes click here
To view current Municipal Newsletter click here
To view SDHU website in French & English click here
To view 2014 Elections Information click here
(New) For information on the St.-Charles Fire Department Click here
For Information on Fire Permits Click Here
To view the 2016 Municipal Budget Click here
To view the 2015 Municipal Budget Click here
To view the 2015 Financial Information Return Click here
To view the 2015 Financial Report Click here
Municipal Summer Jobs (Extended Closing)
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Municipal Drainage Resources
OMAFRA Drainage Resources
Canada Day 2017
2016 Municipality of St.-Charles Financial Statements
Emergency Preparedness Week Runs From May 7th to 13th in Ontario
Below you will find Emergency publications available for download
Please be advised burning permits are required year round in the Municipality of St.-Charles under By-law 2012-26. Small fires for cooking or warmth are exempt. Fires for any other purpose require a permit.
To view the by-law and fees Click Here
Sudbury East Municipal Shared Services Study adopted by Council
On April 5, 2017 the Municipality of St.- Charles adopted by resolution the Sudbury East Municipal Shared Services Study and directed their Interim CAO to work with the other SEMA CAO’s to develop an implementation plan and to report back to Council within the next 30 days.
To view the study Click Here
New Contact InformationDirector of Public Works - Royal Lafleur
Thinking about attending a meeting of Council or appearing as a delegation at a meeting?
What you should know:
The Municipality of St.-Charles has By-law Number 2007-59 (as amended) in effect “Being a By-law to govern the proceedings of the Municipal Council, the conduct of its members and the calling of meetings.
The public is encouraged to read this by-law, and in particular Schedules A, B and C before attending a meeting of Council to understand the procedures.
To Read the Procedural By-law Click Here
Mayor Schoppmann has released the following Press Release March 5th, 2017,
To view the Press Release please click here
Sudbury East Municipal Shared Services Study
A public meeting was held on Tuesday March 14, 2017at the St. - Charles Community Centre to hear a presentation from the consulting firm KPMG regarding their findings and recommendations. Please click below to see the draft report –third revised version (February 17, 2017) and the presentation entitled Community and Council Consultations (March 14, 2017)
To view Sudbury East Municipal Shared Service Study third revised version Click Here
To view Community and Council Consultations Click Here
Municipality of St.-Charles
Age Friendly Action Plan
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Attached below is the information presented at the 2017 Budget Information Meeting held on February 22nd, 2017.
Click Here to view the Budget Meeting Recap Presentation
Click Here to view the February 22nd 2017 Budget Meeting Presentation
Click Here to view the Municipality of St.-Charles Budget Questionnaire
The public is encouraged to attend the next meeting scheduled for March 29th, 2017 at 7:00pm in the St.-Charles Community Centre.
MUNICIPALITY OF ST.-CHARLES
What you should know:
Whether you are a full time resident or a seasonal lake dweller, there are many ways of keeping up to date with municipal activities.
Events, information, council news and much more can be found by visiting our website at www.stcharlesontario.ca
Council meeting schedules, agendas, minutes and important documents such as by-laws, policies, can be found by visiting the civic web portal. Visit our website and click on the portal icon located in the top right corner of the page. Sign up for e-updates to receive notification
of meeting agendas and minutes by visiting: https://stcharles.civicweb.net/Portal/Subscribe.aspx
SPECIAL 2017 BUDGET MEETINGS
Want to learn more about the municipal budget process? How the Municipality of St.-Charles compares to other municipalities? Provide advice on how tax dollars should be spent? Then plan to attend the following series of Special Budget meetings:
January 25, 2017 @7:00 pm – St.-Charles Arena Hall
February 22, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - St.-Charles Community Centre
March 29, 2017 @ &:7:00 pm - St.-Charles Community Centre
YOUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
Mayor Paul Schoppmann – 705-867-2032 x 210 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy Mayor/Councillor Richard Lemieux – 705-867-0316 – email@example.com
Councillor Phil Belanger – 705-867-0527 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Councillor Jackie Lafleur – 705-867-0401 – email@example.com
Councillor Jim Stankovich – 705-561-6107 – firstname.lastname@example.org
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULE FOR 2017
Committee of the Whole meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month.
Regular Meetings of Council are held the third Wednesday of the month. All meetings of Council are open to the public!
QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR PROPERTY ASSESSMENT?
Please contact the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) at: www.mpac.ca
Or Toll Free 1 866 296-MPAC (6722)
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St.-Charles Tax and Financial Information
Attached is the information presented at the 2017 Budget Information Meeting held on January 25th, 2017.
St.-Charles Budget Information
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Financial Indicators in Plain Language
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St.-Charles Financial Indicators
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St.-Charles Financial Profile
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St.-Charles Comparative Tax Information
Tax Information Click Here
User Fees Click Here
Reserves Click Here
Community Resources and Services
In an effort to improve the awareness of available services and to facilitate their coordination for families and children in the Sudbury East Area, The Sudbury East Service Providers Network has created a directory of Community Resources and Services.
Click Here to view the directory
Provided by: Sudbury East Service Providers Network
The Nurse Practitioners at the St Charles site of the Sudbury East Community Health Centre are currently accepting new clients. Residents of St Charles are invited to contact the Health Centre at 705-867-0095 to explore becoming a client.
Sudbury Community Legal Clinic
The Sudbury Community Legal Clinic will be continuing to hold free legal clinics in Noëlville and in St. Charles. However, it is important to note that an appointment has to be scheduled to ensure that these clinics are attended.
The clinics are scheduled to be held at the Sudbury East Community Health Centre in Noelville and in St. Charles. The dates for the upcoming clinics are as follows:
Friday, May 5, 2017
Persons who wish further information and to schedule an appointment may call either
674-3200 or 1-800-697-8719 between 8:00 a.m. and 12 noon and again from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. between Monday and Friday.
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Back Road Map Books Now Available
Maps also show crown land boundaries.
St.-Charles T-Shirts and Hooded Sweaters Now Available
Contact the Municipal Office for more information or to place an order.
Mayor and Council were joined by local MP Marc Serré to Announce Funding through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program in Support of the Municipal Arena
Ontario Provincial Police
Police provinciale de l'Ontario
Ontario has some of the stiffest penalties in Canada for drivers who choose to use their hand-held cell phones, other electronic communications / entertainment devices or engage in other activity that distracts them while driving. Multi-tasking has no place behind the wheel There are many forms of distracted driving that are illegal, dangerous and account for preventable deaths on Ontario roads every year. Talking on a cell phone, texting, reading a device screen, watching videos or movies, eating/drinking, personal grooming, adjusting the GPS/radio/CD player, playing extremely loud music and tending to kids in the back seat all qualify as distracted driving.
Even talking to passengers and driving while fatigued (mentally and/or physically) are considered forms of distracted driving.
Consequences of a distracted driving conviction include:
- A fine of $400, plus a victim surcharge and court fee, for a total of
$490 if settled out of court
- A fine of up to $1,000 if you receive a summons or fight your ticket
- Three demerit points on your driving record
You can also be charged with careless driving if you endanger others by being distracted behind the wheel, which includes using both hand-held and hands-free devices. If convicted, you will automatically receive:
- Six demerit points
- Fines up to $2,000 and/or
- A jail term of six months
- Up to two-year licence suspension
You can even be charged with dangerous driving (a criminal offence), with jail terms of up to five years.
Penalties for novice drivers if convicted of distracted driving, a novice driver (subject to the Graduated Licensing program) will be subject to escalating sanctions:
- The first occurrence will result in a 30-day licence suspension
- The second occurrence will result in 90-day licence suspension
- A licence cancellation and removal from the Graduated Licensing System for a third occurrence.
If you see a distracted driver who is endangering the lives of other road users, call 911 and report them to police.
For more information check out this interesting video on distracted driving on our YouTube<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_O_PWgMugzE> channel.
For more information about Distracted Driving, visit the Ministry of Transportation Ontario website Distracted Driving in Ontario<http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/safety/distracted-driving.shtml>.
Constable André Bisson
Ontario Provincial Police
Marine and Traffic Management
Blue Sky Net, along with other similar organizations throughout Northern Ontario have teamed up to create a broadband information portal called Connectednorth.ca. One important function of the site is to collect information about service levels from Northern Ontarians directly. This information is used to set priorities for service improvements and to provide funding agencies with real-time data.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!! In an ongoing effort to demonstrate the need for improved internet access we need to hear from those affected… That’s you!
Filling out our Internet Access Survey and conducting a Speed Test at Connectednorth.ca provides Blue Sky Net with valuable data to be used to show the demand for improved services in your area!
While you’re there please browse the site and all its valuable internet related information!
CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROGRAMS OFFERED BY THE SUDBURY EAST COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE SCHEDULE
Committee of the whole meeting Wednesday May 3rd, 2017 at 7:00pm in Council Chambers.
Regular meeting of Council Wednesday May17th, 2017 at 7:00pm in Council Chambers.
To view current schedules, agendas and minutes please visit the civicweb portal by clicking HERE
Internet Service Questions?
We can answer them at www.connectednorth.ca
Many residents throughout rural Canada have limited access to affordable high speed internet. This is mainly because the investment needed to install and operate state of the art internet services is expensive, and there is uncertainty in rural markets’ ability to return that investment.
Over the past 3 years, Blue Sky Net in partnership with FedNor and area Internet Service Providers have created a visual database of all of Northern Ontario including the areas that lack sufficient High Speed access.
“Every ISP that operates in Northern Ontario has contributed coverage information to our BAIMAP Project” says Susan Church, Executive Director of Blue Sky Net of their ongoing Broadband mapping project. “It’s quite clear that there is a divide between the more urban communities and those that are more dispersed when it comes to access to higher capacity internet services. What we want to do now is determine the demand for service improvements.”
Blue Sky Net based in North Bay along with similar organizations in the Muskokas, Timmins, Sault Ste. Marie and Thunder Bay have created an online broadband information portal called Connectednorth.ca. One of the many features of the portal includes a high speed service availability checker where visitors can search their street address to see what ISP delivers connectivity to their cottage, home or office.
“We’ve been working in broadband development for over a decade now and we recognize that there is a constant trend to demand higher capacities and speeds and we have no reason to believe that this demand will stop. The ISPs we work with realize this but are challenged by the costs to bring these services to market. A real focal point of Connectednorth.ca is to not only provide visitors with useful service-related information, but we also need visitors to participate in building a better internet for Northerners.”
Connectednorth.ca hosts an internet speed test to measure how visitor’s internet service is performing, in real time. Test results (not personal information) will be captured and shared with those who can make a difference – Internet Service Providers.
Also, visitors are encouraged to take a short Internet Access Survey. The responses to this will be linked to speed test results to get a more complete picture of a visitor’s internet usage and their desire to obtain a better connection.
“It is a bit of an experiment” says Church. “We’ve taken a cue from other campaigns that use crowd-sourced information to affect change. This is an opportunity for local residents to speak directly to the ISPs who can make investments based on these priorities.
For more, visit www.connectednorth.ca
COMMUNITY POLICING ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CPAC)
OFFICIAL LAUNCH - NEWS
(FRENCH RIVER-MARKSTAY WARREN-KILLARNEY-ST-CHARLES, ON)
Left to Right:Mayor Paul Schoppmann, St. CharlesMayor Claude Bouffard, French RiverProvincial Constable André Bisson, OPPMayor Ginny Rook, KillarneyActing Staff Sgt Donald Lawson, OPPCouncillor Ned Whynott, Markstay-Warren
Also visit the Ontario Provincial Police section of our website by Clicking Here
TAKE A HIKE
IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD
MASHKINONJE PROVINCIAL PARK ON HIGHWAY 64 BETWEEN MONETVILLE & LAVIGNE
SUPERB TRAILS – FROM EASY TO DIFFICULT ARE PROVIDED BY COMMUNITY PARTNERS
BARRIER-FREE TRAIL AT THE LOUDON TRAILHEAD
VISIT THE LOUDON TRAIL LOOKOUT TOWER
ROAD AND WATER ACCESS (WEST ARM)
For trail map information please contact: The French River Visitors Centre at
(705) 857-1630 or
the Friends of Killarney Park website.
Visit us at www.mashkinonje.com
Please see attached flyer
st.-charles fitness centre
Come check out the amazing individual, family, and senior specials
Only $30.00 for a 1-month membership !!