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Posted Wednesday, 19 June, 2024

3:30 p.m. June 19th - repairs have been completed to the broken water main. Crews are currently flushing the lines and full restoration is anticipated shorty. Once again we thank all for their patience and understanding during this unplanned incident.   1:20 p.m. June 19th - crews have exposed and assessed the broken water main and repairs will be commencing shortly. The hope is to have the water main fixed and service restored later this afternoon.   11:00 a.m....
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Posted Tuesday, 18 June, 2024

Confederation Line Phase 1 - 2024 Thank-you to all residents for your continued patience during our Confederation Line Reconstruction.   The project includes important infrastructure upgrades, such as: • 203 metres of storm sewer replacement • 453 metres of combined transmission and distribution watermain replacement • Sanitary sewer repairs • New curb, gutter and asphalt road surface • New concrete sidewalk • Intersection improvements at Broadway Street  ...
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Posted Tuesday, 18 June, 2024

Colourful sky Lake Huron boasts some of the most spectacular beaches and we're so fortunate to have several public beaches in Plympton-Wyoming! Below are some tips to help keep our beaches enjoyable for everyone:   Put trash into designated receptacles and bring large items home - everyone has a role to play in keeping our public beaches clean. Practice 'leave no trace' and clean-up any garbage after you visit one of our beaches.
  Respect private property...

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Posted Monday, 17 June, 2024

Hold on Burn Permits Please be advised that due to the extreme temperatures forecasted this week the Town of Plympton-Wyoming will be putting a hold on issuing burn permits until June 22nd when the weather cools down. This is not a burn ban and does not restrict residential campfires.   When our volunteer firefighters put on their bunker gear it's the equivalent of putting on a full snowsuit; holding off on burn permits ensures our volunteers are rested and able to respond to emergencies...
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Posted Monday, 17 June, 2024

Heat warningHot and humid conditions are expected across Plympton-Wyoming in the coming week. Watch out for heat related impacts such as heat exhaustion and/or heat stroke. Remember to drink plenty of water and take breaks as needed. 
Heat warnings are issued when two or more consecutive days of daytime maximum temperatures are expected to reach 31°C or warmer and nighttime minimum temperatures are expected to sit at 20°C or warmer or when two or more consecutive days of...

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