June 23, 2016 

Burning Restrictions in Effect Until Further Notice 

Extreme temperatures, a lack of precipitation and the long range weather forecast is prompting The Town of South Bruce Peninsula to issue burning restrictions within all areas of the Town. 

The hot, dry conditions we are experiencing allow fires to spread faster than normal and can result in very dangerous situations developing. 

As a result of the current situation, only Recreational Open Air Burning will be permitted. Recreational Fires must be contained within a non-combustible burning device with a burn area of no larger than 2 feet X 2 feet X 2 feet. For additional information on Recreational Open Air Burning please visit our website at www.southbrucepeninsula.com 

We encourage all persons to exercise extreme caution when conducting a recreational open air burn. 

We will continue to monitor the effects of the weather and issue updates as necessary. 

Thank-you for your anticipated co-operation. 

For more information please contact Chief Robinson at 519-534-1400 extension 142.

Daniel Robinson
Manager of Emergency Services
Town of South Bruce Peninsula

May 30, 2016

For Immediate Release

Town of South Bruce Peninsula Congratulates Michael Humble on New Opportunity

It is with mixed emotions that the Town of South Bruce Peninsula announces the departure of Michael Humble from the role of Manager of Financial Services/Treasurer. Mr. Humble has served the residents of South Bruce Peninsula (SBP) for over three years and his dedication and commitment to the municipality and our Town hall team has served our community well.

Although sad to see Mr. Humble depart SBP, the entire Council would like to congratulate him on his new role with the Municipality of Elliot Lake and wish him all the best in his future endeavors. In discussions leading up to Mr. Humble's departure it was clear this move was driven by what was best for his family and for that we applaud him.

Council is moving quickly to begin the search for a new Manager of Financial Services/Treasurer and has made interim arrangements to ensure a smooth transition and continuity in the Finance Department.

For media inquiries please contact Mayor Janice Jackson.

Mayor Janice Jackson Town of South Bruce Peninsula


Welcome to the Wiarton Downtown Streetscape Design Project -Imagine the Possibilities!

The Town is very excited to be starting a streetscape design project.  This project is partially funded through a government downtown revitalization grant and partially through the Town budget and will build upon the great work that has been done as part of our downtown improvements. The Town has retained Basterfield & Associates to lead the design process with input from the Wiarton Streetscape Ad Hoc Committee, chaired by downtown business owner, Carl DeJong.

The focus of the streetscape design will include the public spaces along Berford Street between Frank Street and Division Street and along William Street between Berford Street and Brown Street.

The main goals of the design process include:    

  • Engage community participation in the design process
  • Create a streetscape plan that is achievable, affordable and   sustainable
  • Include design features that support the "basecamp" branding theme, where appropriate
  • Create a visually attractive, functional and welcoming streetscape design and infrastructure
  • Designing a streetscape that helps to create an exciting year round destination for visitors, businesses and residents

The Streetscape Plan design options will consider important features such as accessibility, sidewalks, parking areas, vehicular and cycling access,  lighting, street furnishings, signage, vegetation, interpretive displays, pubic art/attractions, parkettes, walkways, crosswalks, patio areas, display areas, 'bump outs' and curb appeal.

Join the Conversation!  Community Visioning and Design Workshop                                                   

Date: June 1, 2016            
Location: Wiarton Arena 526 Taylor St Wiarton, ON N0H 2T0
Registration: 5:45 pm  Workshop Time: 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The design consultants will be facilitating an inter-active visioning workshop and everyone is welcome. Learn more about this project and share your vision. More details are on the Town's website under the "What's New" link at www.southbrucepeninsula.com.

Bring your creativity, ideas and join the conversation!  Together is better; spread the word!   
If you have any questions, please contact Cherry Wyonch, Deputy Clerk at 519-534-1400 Ext 120 or tsbpdepclerk@bmts.com.

Janice Jackson, Mayor
Town of South Bruce Peninsula
315 George St, PO Box 310
Wiarton ON N0H 2T0
Telephone: 519-534-1400 Toll Free: 1-877-534-1400 Fax: 519-534-4862   
Issued: May 17, 2016


May 9, 2016 

2016 Paid Parking Season at Sauble Beach 

With the 2016 summer fast approaching, South Bruce Peninsula wishes to explain some of the changes which have been made to the Paid Parking Program. 

New for 2016 is the seasons pass available to everyone, not just residents and at a cost of $50 per vehicle!  You don't have to travel to Town Hall to purchase one; use the Mackay Pay app, visit the website www.mackaypay.com, call toll free 1-844-334-7078 or use one of the machines located along Lakeshore Blvd N. 

Also new for 2016!  Council has reduced the Paid Parking season!  Paid Parking is in effect from June 1 to Labour Day only! 

The last new item for 2016 is an expanded motorcycle parking area!  Paid Parking fees apply and motorcycles can park on Lakeshore Blvd N between Main Street and Paisley Lane!  Make sure you park your motorcycle in the designated and marked spaces, pay for parking and enjoy Sauble Beach! 

Visit the Town website or call Town Hall for more information!  Have a safe and happy summer - enjoy the Beach! 

Town of South Bruce Peninsula
PO Box 310, 315 George Street
Wiarton ON N0H 2T0
Toll Free 1-877-534-1400



Paramedic Services Week - May 22-28, 2016

The Town of South Bruce Peninsula is proud to announce that May 22-28, 2016 has been declared "Paramedic Services Week" in the Town of South Bruce Peninsula.

Council passed a resolution on April 19, 2016 making the proclamation in keeping with the Town's Proclamation Policy CO.3.1.

In honor of Paramedic Services Week, Bruce County Paramedics will be holding a Blood Pressure Clinic and Food Drive on May 25, 2016 at the Wiarton Foodland location. 

Join the Bruce County Paramedics at their event and thank them for the care that they provide to our community.

Janice Jackson Mayor
Town of South Bruce Peninsula
315 George St, PO Box 310
Wiarton ON
N0H 2T0
Telephone: 519-534-1400
Toll Free: 1-877-534-1400
Fax: 519-534-4862
April 20, 2016