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NOTICE OF TEMPORARY DISRUPTION OF SERVICE  

Friday August 15, 2014
Town Hall offices at Windsor Crossing Mall will be closed to the public on Friday August 15th to facilitate the move to the new Town Hall at 5950 Malden Road. No services will be available on this day. All services will resume at the new location on Monday August 18, 2014. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Please note that the Public Works Department is located at 2170 Judy Recker Cres.  To reach the Department please call 519-969-4143 or fax 519-969-0070.

 

Named after French explorer, Rene Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, French settlers were the first to establish roots in the area in the mid 1700s.  A mission was established in the Town of Sandwich, resulting in people settling in the Turkey Creek area.  LaSalle's history and that of Essex County were very much entwined when they were officially identified as part of Upper Canada in 1792.  In 1991, residents of LaSalle opted to define themselves as a Town and in turn, immediately became one of the larger communities of Essex County with a population of almost 30, 000.

The Town of LaSalle was originally located on the bank of the Detroit River on what is known as the "Nautical Mile" in Essex County.  Today the Town of LaSalle is a rapidly urbanizing municipality situated in the northwest quadrant of Essex County, bordered by the Town of Amherstburg to the south, the town of Tecumseh to the east and the City of Windsor to the north.  The Detroit River forms the westerly boundary of the town.  Approximately 50% of LaSalle's total land area of 6,500 hectares is urban in nature.  The remaining lands are rural, comprising cash-crop farming, rural residences and natural heritage features.

 

Read the full Town of LaSalle Community Profile (pdf)
 

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The Winter 2014 Activity Guide is now available for view/download (pdf)

Note: due to the Activity Guide's file size, it is recommended to save the file to your computer for viewing.


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2014 Land Development Charges Review

2009 Land Development Charges Background Report (pdf)

2009 Land Development Charges Appendices (pdf)

2014 Land Development Charges Update Report (pdf)

 

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS: Important Information on Water Meter Program

The Town of LaSalle has started a MANDATORY water meter program in May 2014  This program includes upgrades by installation of radio meter reading equipment at every property throughout the Town.  You will be receiving individual letters as we move into your specific area.

CORIX Water Services has been contracted by the Town to undertake the work as part of this program

Should you have any questions, please contact the Public Works Department at 519-969-4143

Spay and Neuter Voucher Program

The Town of LaSalle, in partnership with local veterinary hospitals/clinics, is pleased to launch its first Spay and Neuter Voucher Program. This Program is available to residents of the Town of LaSalle.

In an effort to reduce the number of homeless cats in the Town, 50 Vouchers will be issued to sterilize cats. The Vouchers are valued at $50 each and will be available March 24. Any costs for spaying or neutering beyond the value of this voucher are the sole responsibility of the Voucher Recipient.

View more information (pdf)

View/download the Application (pdf)

 

The Town of LaSalle Parks Master Plan Survey

This survey is part of the public consultation process for the LaSalle Parks Masterplan.

The last Masterplan was prepared and approved by Council in 1995. Since then, many of the recommendations of the plan have been realized. It is time to revisit the plan so as to provide a blueprint for the next decade or more.

A vital part of the masterplan process is public consultation! We want to know what you think about the park system in LaSalle. You will have the opportunity to skip certain sections such as Neighbourhood Parks, or Community Parks or Sportsfields if they don't apply to you.

Please take the time to complete the LaSalle Parks Masterplan Survey

 

Water and Waste Water Rates

New 2013 Water and Waste Water Rates (pdf)

 

Notice to Sign Manufacturing and Installation Companies

The Corporation of the Town of LaSalle invites expressions of interest from qualified and experienced sign manufacturing and installation companies with respect to a town-wide municipal signage project for municipal facilities, parkland, gateway and wayfaring signage.

Further information regarding this expression of interest can be viewed here (pdf).

 

Request for Quotation

This Request for Quotation is for the supply of all labour, materials, equipment and services required for the completion of Interior Building Signage for the New Public Works + Culture and Recreation Building for the Town of LaSalle, in accordance with the drawings and specifications prepared by J.P. Thomson Architects Ltd., Windsor, Ontario.

11-123B ES&CR Signage Package 24_09_2013   11-123B - Signage Addendum 1

 

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This website is committed to providing a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of technology or ability.  We are actively working to increase the accessibility and usability of our website and in doing so adheres to many of the available standards and guidelines. 

While this website strives to adhere to the accepted guidelines and standards for accessibility and usability, it is not always possible to do so in all areas of the website.

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The Town of LaSalle
5950 Malden Road
LaSalle, Ontario
N9H 1S4
Phone: 519-969-7770  Fax: 519-969-4469
 
The Vollmer Culture and Recreation Centre
2121 Laurier Parkway
LaSalle, Ontario
N9J 0B4
Phone: 519-969-7771  Fax: 519-946-3349
 

Last updated August 13, 2014.  For questions or comments regarding this site email: webmaster@town.lasalle.on.ca