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The Township of Blandford-Blenheim in conjunction with CN Rail have lowered the allowed tonnage to 2 ton that can cross the bridge at the CN crossing on Gobles Rd.
This has been done as a safety precaution.
The only vehicles that should be going over the bridge at this time are passenger vehicles, farm equipment and larger trucks must find an alternate route.
CN Crossing on Gobles Road Load Restrictions
A Message from Public Works re: Load Restriction Dates
Public Notice - Development Charges Bylaw
2021 Large Article Collection
2021 Interim Tax Bill
COVID-19: WHAT TO DO IN OXFORD COUNTY, ELGIN COUNTY & ST. THOMAS
COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool
Press Release - Message from Mayor Peterson
2020 Dog Tags
Volume 14 Newsletter - October 2020
Volume 13 Newsletter - March 2020
Volume 12 Newsletter - October 2019
Volume 11 Newsletter - March 2019
Volume 10 Newsletter - October 2018
Volume 9 Newsletter - March 2018
Volume 8 Newsletter - October 2017
Volume 7 Newsletter - April 2017
Volume 6 Newsletter - October 2016
Volume 5 Newsletter - April 2016
Volume 4 Newsletter - October 2015
Volume 3 Newsletter - April 2015
Volume 2 Newsletter - September 2014
Volume 1 Newsletter - 2014
When Township projects need to be completed by outside companies, Tender notices and Request for Proposals will be posted
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You are invited to apply for advertised positions which will be posted on this page as they become available.
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Located in the heartland of South-Western Ontario Blandford-Blenheim offers all of the conveniences of urban living while enjoying the serenity of country life. Our location, and proximity to many large economic centers to Hwy 401 and Hwy 403 make Blandford-Blenheim an ideal place to live, work, and visit.
The Township of Blandford-Blenheim welcomes public input as feedback helps to identify areas where changes need to be considered and ways in which the Township can improve facilities, products and services. Should a member of the public wish to provide feedback, comments or suggestion please contact the Clerks Department in the Administration Office.
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The Township Office is regularly open Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. The Office is closed during public holidays.
47 Wilmot Street South
Drumbo ON, N0J 1G0
Phone: (519) 463-5347
Fax: (519) 463-5881
Toll Free: 1-800-410-6882