For COVID-19 Updates from Reeve Richard Kidd – go to “Services” and “Emergency Services” As COVID-19 pandemic is evolving quickly and updates are emerging daily, we want to assure our residents that the Township is monitoring new information as it becomes available in order to be able to ensure the health and safety of our [Read More …]
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.
COVID-19 The Township of Beckwith continues to follow instructions from the Public Health Authorities to limit the transmission of the COVID-19 virus. The Township of Beckwith will be closing all municipal facilities to the public until further notice. This includes the following; The Township of Beckwith Municipal Office – March 16th, 2020 The Brunton Community [Read More …]
Township of Beckwith NOTICE Activation of Reduced Load Period In accordance with By-Law # 92-05, please note that the Township of Beckwith will be enforcing Restricted Loading upon roadways within its jurisdiction effective: FRIDAY, MARCH 6TH, 2020 Restricted loading 5 Tonnes per axle. Glenn Rintoul, Public Works Superintendent Township of Beckwith 613-257-1810
Parking is prohibited on all streets or roads within the municipality of the Township of Beckwith from November 1, 2019 to April 15, 2020. It is an offence to plow, shovel or deposit snow from private entrances across or onto municipal roadways. The penalty for non-conformance will be a fine and/or the vehicle towed away [Read More …]
Please note that effective April 3rd, 2020 there is a FULL FIRE BAN ON which means no burning at all. No permits nor campfires.
Help the Beckwith Youth Committee turn Beckwith Township into a WINTER WONDERLAND by building a snowman or snow fort! SNAP A PIC Take a photo of your creation and use the hashtag #BeckwithSnowship #snowchallenge2020 on Facebook and Instagram or email them to email@example.com to show everyone your chilly masterpiece for a chance to win monthly prizes. #BECKWITHSHOWSHIP [Read More …]
The 2020 garbage tags and dog tags are available for pick up and purchase when we open again on Thursday, January 2nd, 2020.
- CARLETON PLACE AND DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
37 Franklin St
Monthly meeting, Jennifer Ferris, will speak on “Lost Lanark Legacy Fruit Trees" Jennifer will share stories of apple tree varieties long forgotten, local history and...
- Babysitters Course
1702 9th Line
Hosted by the Beckwith Youth Committee $55 Registration Fee Taught by Heather Legge Bring your Lunch Participants must be turning 13 years of age or...
- Tree Planting with the Beckwith Youth Committee
1319 9th Line
Do your part to help the environment and join the Beckwith Youth Committee on Sunday, April 26th, 2020 at 11:00am. Meet at Beckwith Park -...
- LANARK COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
1702 9th Line
Speaker: Shaun Peppy his topic is the political history of Carleton County & Lanark County, and some of its more interesting candidates, representatives, and elections...
- BECKWITH AND DISTRICT FRIENDSHIP CLUB (SENIORS)
152 Church St
Pot Luck Lunch Join us for fun, friendship and live country music. Info: 613-257-2588
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.