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Posted Thursday, June 16, 2022

The Town of Amherstburg is thrilled to host a Canada Day Celebration this year. 
This day is filled with fun for the entire family!
Our Municipal Mighty Machines will be all around Toddy Jones Park for the kiddies to explore, a community mural legacy project will be set up for all to participate. Super Heroes will be roaming the park along with a mind blowing Magician, FREE cupcakes, sports and Food Trucks ready to serve you. All this will be around Amherstburg’s...


Posted Monday, June 13, 2022

Amherstburg Advances a Formidable Director to Lead Position 
AMHERSTBURG, ON June 13, 2022: The Town of Amherstburg is excited to announce the advancement of Valerie Critchley as the new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Valerie Critchley begins her new role with the Town on June 13, 2022, officially commencing her duties with the CAO Appointment Bylaw passed at the meeting of Council on June 13, 2022.


Posted Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Essex County keeps the public informed about road closures and has an annual construction program to maintain roads, bridges and culverts.
Road Closures and Detours The County of Essex regularly update this  interactive map of detours and closures.
Subscribe to the County of Essex  newsletter  to be notified by email of detours and closures 


Posted Monday, April 25, 2022

Anderdon courts on Middle Side Road/cty rd 10 and the courts in Co-An Park, 11th Concession, McGregor are currently available. The tennis courts in Malden are closed due to unsafe conditions & they are no longer repairable. 
For those who may like to try their skill on Pickleball, it is available for FREE on Monday nights, 5:30pm - 8 pm, at the Libro Centre May 2 – July 29, courtesy of Pathway to Potential. Balls & paddles are provided!
For other...


Posted Tuesday, March 01, 2022

Following the Roadmap to Exit Step of the Reopening Ontario Act to gradually ease public health measures, as of March 1, 2022, proof of vaccination will not be necessary for the public to enter Town of Amherstburg facilities. However, physical distancing is encouraged.
Town facilities are open; however, pre-scheduled appointments are encouraged to conduct Town business, including business with the Planning and Building Departments at The Libro Centre.
To pre-schedule an...