Newbury Community Services
|VON Meals on Wheels||
Co-ordinated by VON
Meal provider is Four Counties Health Services
|Four Counties Transit Bus||Moderate fare transportation to and from the hospital for appointments or day programs.|
|Newbury Services Office||Assistance filling out money orders, cheques and applications. You can send & receive faxes for a fee. Provides applications for SIN, Birth & Death Certificates, Marriage Licences, and Ontario Housing.|
|Newbury Ball Park||Newbury’s park offers a spacious shaded picnic and play area as well as a new pavilion that will seat approximately 50 people. The pavilion can be booked for a minimal fee that will include hydro, water and public facilities.|
|W. Bayne Library||
Newbury's Library features Videos, FREE Internet as well as special programs for children, and forms for talking books.
Hours of Operation:
Newbury Waste Water Treatment Plant
|Completed and fully operating in November 2001.|
|Animal By-Law Enforcement||All complaints regarding Dog Noise,
excessive barking and animals-at-large
should be directed to Bill Menzie.
Please Click Here to see a current copy of our Animal By-Law.
Animal Enforcement Officer - Bill Menzie
Phone: 519-344-9119 or Toll Free 1-866-344-9119
|Animal Control Services||Please call Vicki to report any
animals at large or in danger.
Vicki Kyle from Glencoe Animal Shelter
1. Animal Control
|2. Newbury Fees By-Law|
|3. Exotic Animals By-Law|
|4. Cleaning & Clearing By-Law|
|5. Maintenance & Occupancy of Property By-Law|
|6. Animals at Large By-Law|
|7. Accessible Customer Service Policy|
|8. Emergency Plan|
Village of Newbury Accessibility Plan 2013 – 2015
Newbury Garbage Disposal Rules and Guidelines
The Village of Newbury has entered into a three-year contract with BFI Canada to collect Newbury’s solid waste and recycling items beginning in January 2013.
The solid waste garbage will be picked up every Friday beginning Friday January 4th
- BFI does not pick up any “white goods” or scrap metal such as a fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washer, dryer, air conditioning units, BBQ’s, metal bed frames, car parts etc.
- Bulky items will be collected and will count against the bag limit i.e. miscellaneous furniture, box spring or mattress, carpets etc.
- 4 bag limit per household
- once/week collection
Curbside “Blue Box” Recycling Collection will be picked up every other Thursday beginning Thursday, January 3rd.
- There is a 2 stream collection system which means each household is given 2 boxes. 1 blue box for plastic, cans and glass and 1 black box for paper, cardboard and beverage cartons. Additional boxes can be purchased at the municipal office – cost to be determined. A notice will be circulated when the boxes have arrived for you to pick up.
- A Recycling Guide is provided on the back of this notice.
The Village also has an agreement with Ray Dickout to pick up white goods and/or metal items every other Wednesday beginning January 2nd.
- Items that Ray will pick up are appliances such as fridges, stoves, washers, dryers, microwaves, BBQs, lawnmowers, fence, pipes, empty and rinsed paint cans, rims without tires, lawn chairs, any car parts that are metal and bicycles.
- All fridges and freezers MUST have the doors removed and MUST have a Freon tag.
- Items that Ray WILL NOT pick up are paint cans with paint in them, non-metal items such as wood, plastic, fabric (couches etc.), plastic pools and children’s toys, bed springs and mattresses.
- You may call Ray if you need clarification on any item that you are not sure whether or not you can place by the curb side. His telephone number is 1-519-401-2785.
You will be mailed a calendar for the rest of the year for the garbage, recycling and white good collections.
Betty D. Gordon