Environmental Education

The Municipality has long recognized the importance of educating the community on environmental issues.  Since 2008 the Municipality has been conducting various educational events helping the public to understand how we directly impact our local environment.

We provide private tours for educational groups for the follow Plants:

  • Water Treatment Plant
  • Wastewater Treatment Plant

We offer interactive presentations to a variety of age groups on the following topics:

  • Watersheds
  • Recycling


To book a tour, presentation or for any further information on environmental educational events offered by the Municipality please contact us.

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