Purchase your calendar today at the Beckwith Township Municipal Office – 1702 9th Line Beckwith Open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. $10.00 per Calendar (HST included)
The Council of the Township of Beckwith are proud to announce, “Beckwith Then and Now” Celebrating 200 Years Books are available for purchase at the Beckwith Township Office: 1702 9th Line Beckwith $45.10 per book (HST included) The perfect book to share heart felt memories and original recipes from one generation to the next.
APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITION ARE INVITED CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL / BUILDING INSPECTOR Reporting directly to the Clerk Administrator, the CBO will carry out the statutory duties of the position. The successful candidate will administer and enforce the provisions of the Building Code Act, the Ontario Building Code (OBC), and the municipal Building By-law; review [Read More …]
The Township of Beckwith is looking for energetic, creative students who have experience with children. We are looking to fill positions for the 2019 Summer Day & Sports Camp for Supervisors, Camp Councillors and Councillors in Training. Completion of a CPR/First Aid course, while not a mandatory requirement would be beneficial. Student applicants may forward [Read More …]
TOWNSHIP OF BECKWITH IS SEEKING A PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT The municipality is seeking a Public Works Superintendent, reporting directly to the Chief Administrative Officer, who is responsible for the management and working supervision of the Public Works Department in accordance with the municipal policies and provincial legislation. The Public Works Superintendent will perform the above [Read More …]
Beckwith Township forwards all mail to the last known address provided by the owner. It is the responsibility of the property owner to provide the Township with any change to their mailing address. Owners can call in their change of address, but must follow-up with written confirmation either by fax, mail or in person. The [Read More …]
Dog tags are due for renewal. Tags help to identify lost dogs and reunite them with their families. Tag(s) are available at the Municipal Office, during regular business hours. The fee is $15.00 payable either by cash; cheque or debit. A replacement tag for a lost tag cost $2.00. Owners are asked to keep the [Read More …]
- Lanark County 4H Sign up night
1702 9th Line
Our 2019 4-H Year will Start with the Registration Night on March 20th, 2019. Your welcome to Join us from 7-9pm for any questions you...
- Beckwith Youth Dance
1702 9th Line
- Country Matinee For Cheo
75 Neelin St
Hosted by the Carleton Place & District Civitan Club Sunday, March 24, 2019 Carleton Place Arena - 75 Neelin Street, Carleton Place, ON 2:00 to...
27/03/2019 - 24/04/2019
1319 9th Line Beckwith
Running (sprinting, hurdling, distance running, relay running) jumping (long and triple jump) and throwing (shot put, javelin). Emphasis is on skills development and not on...
- Heritage Speaker
1702 9th Line Beckwith
Sunday, March 31st 2019 2:00 p.m. Brunton Community Hall 1702 9th Line Beckwith Featuring: A display from Adam Dowdall with locally found historical artifacts....
WHERE TO FIND US
The Township of Beckwith is located on the most easterly side of the County of Lanark and is bounded by the Townships of Montague and Drummond/North Elmsley as well as the Town of Mississippi Mills (formerly Ramsay, Almonte & Pakenham), as well as City of Ottawa. It is approximately 24,335 square hectares in area. The 2006 population is estimated to be 6,387.