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Registration Extended until March 31.

If you have branches for pick-up from the recent winter storms we ask that you neatly pile them at the end of your driveway or edge of the road (please keep them out of ditches and off the roads).

To register your property please call the Customer Service Unit at 905-871-1600 to be added to the list.

You can also use the Contact Us feature on the Town’s website . You must register your address for pick-up by March 31st at noon, no additional dates will be added after this date. Town staff will arrange pick-up in the month following. Branch pick-up is not a normal Town function and this service was provided because of the extensive damage caused by the storms.

The Region of Niagara offers branch pick-up in the spring (May 1-26) and fall (October 30 – November 24). Collection takes place for four weeks, on your regular collection day. Visit the Region’s website for further details.

You can also drop off branches at the Fort Erie Bridge Street Landfill (1300 Bridge Street) year round, free-of-charge.

Thank you for helping clean-up our community!


To report any specific hazards or issues throughout the Town, residents can be directed to 905-871-1600 (at any time) and calls will automatically redirect to Operations dispatch (on weekends & after hours). Residents can also submit a Contact Us submission that is monitored from Monday to Friday during regular service hours.

This day in our history
Provided by the Fort Erie Museum

1913 - A fire in Ridgeway destroys all the businesses on the west side of Ridge Road between Hershey and Cutler Streets. (Many Voices, Fort Erie, Ont.: Fort Erie Museum Board, 1996, p. 245)

1921 - The Red Bus Line begins operating out of Crystal Beach. The route is from Fort Erie Ferry Landing to Crystal Beach. (Many Voices, Fort Erie, Ont.: Fort Erie Museum Board, 1996, p. 131)

1928 - St. James Anglican Church at Erie Beach is dedicated. (Many Voices, Fort Erie, Ont.: Fort Erie Museum Board, 1996, p. 186)

1955 - Fire destroys much of Our Lady of Victory Catholic School. (Many Voices II, Fort Erie, Ont.: Fort Erie Historical Museum, 2004, p. 160; FEHM Files)

1971 - The Peace Bridge raises its toll from 25 to 35 cents, its first increase ever. (PBA Gateways, 2002)

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