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  • Kenora Recreation Centre Pool.
We are hiring in all Student Positions!
Go to Kenora.ca to see current opportunities. 
#cityofkenora #choosekenora #workforyourcity #studentjobs
  • Are you a recent graduate?  #cityofkenora is looking for an: Economic Development Intern.  Apply now at Kenora.ca 
#choosekenora #workforyourcity #internjobs
  • And some days it does rain.  #cityofkenora #windrainthunder
  • The new Coker Road Bailey Bridge is now in place and open to all traffic! AND AHEAD OF SCHEDULE! πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ
The project was funded by @infragram_can 
Infrastructure Canada's Federal Gas Tax Fund. #citywith18bridges #baileybridge
  • Watermain flushing program begins today.  Reminder: DO NOT DO LAUNDRY ON THE DAY FLUSHING OCCURS.  Check Kenora.ca to see when flushing will occur in your neighbourhood. 
Wait at least 24 hours, then check the water color to ensure it is running clear.  FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS may result in permanent damage to clothing.

For more on the program schedule, and common and temporary effects of the unidirectional flushing technique, visit Kenora.ca / What’s New. 
  • On a beautiful day of +22C, it's really hard to think about snowflakes and Christmas...but it's that time of year when we start looking for the MAIN STREET CHRISTMAS TREE!

Check your yard - do you have a tree that fits this description?

Call the Operations and Infrastructure Department at 807-467-2291.

#cityofkenora #holidaytraditions #Christmasiscoming 
  • Yahoo!!! Round and round we go! 
Look at the traffic flow! 
Kenora's second roundabout is open. #downtownrevitalization #communityinvestment #infrastructureimprovement
  • The Macleans Best Communities in Canada list is out. #cityofkenora sits at 133 out of 415, and ranked 10th in Best Health Care.  Kenora is a great place to be! 
#choosekenora #livingthegoodlife #lakelife
  • Effective August 1st
We can no longer accept recycle items placed in plastic bags at curbside and the Transfer Station.

At curbside, all items must be placed loosely in a Blue Box or other suitable bin, tote, or box. 
Items not in a Blue Box will not be collected. Residents may find that bagged recycle items will be left behind with this note attached explaining the collection change. 
Residents are encouraged to flatten and crush items to create more room in the Blue Box. Multiple Blue Boxes may be used if needed.

All recycle items must be washed and cleaned before placing in the Blue Box or dropping off at the Transfer Station. ***Cascade Recovery Inc., where Kenora's recycle items are sent to be processed, has requested this change. Plastic bags get caught in the recycle processing equipment designed for loose material. The bags trap good items and increase the amount of comingle sent to the landfill instead of being recycled. The City of Kenora will be forced to pay a tipping fee to Cascade Recovery Inc. for any loads of comingle containing plastic bags or items that are not acceptable, or worse, lose the privilege to process recycle items at their facility.*** We appreciate your participation in the Blue Box program and all efforts to divert waste from the landfill. 
#cityofkenora #bluebox #keepingitoutofthelandfill #recyclereusereduce  #recyclingprogram

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