Burning Ban in Effect
Due to the extremely hot / dry weather that we have been experiencing, Fire Chief Larry Coplen announced that a burning ban has been issued for the Town of Fort Erie.
Water Wagon for Residents with Cisterns
The Town of Fort Erie has been informed that some of our residents, who have cisterns, are experiencing delays in water deliveries so we've arranged to have the Water Wagon available to assist in bridging the gap.A water wagon will be set-up at the Fort Erie Public Library (Stevensville Branch) on Wednesday, July 27 and Thursday, July 28 from 9am to 1pm. The Water Wagon holds 1200 to 2400 litres of water and provides clean drinking water to residents in the Niagara Region.
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1857 - The Clerk informs Fort Erie Council that he is unable to furnish a certified copy of the assessment roll for the Village until the boundaries are decided. A by-law is then passed authorizing a survey of the boundaries, establishing survey monuments and a map. (Fort Erie Council Minutes 1857-1882, MS 644, Reel 1, R.G. 21, Municipal Records)
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