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From January 10 to 21, the Region of Peel will be collecting real Christmas trees and wreaths at the curb on residents’ recycling collection day.
To set out for collection, residents should ensure that:
Residents who miss their collection can also take their Christmas trees to a Community Recycling Centre (CRC). Trees taller than 3 m. (10 ft.) must be cut in half to be accepted. There will be no drop-off fees at the CRCs for Christmas trees during the Christmas tree collection period only.
Residents are also encouraged to sign-up to receive free weekly collection reminders by email, text message, or phone call.
Road Safety Services has heard the community's concerns surrounding the noise pollution of excessively loud vehicles on the roadways, in residential areas, at all hours day and night. We are launching Project Noisemaker earlier this year, beginning Friday, March 26, 2021, and extending it into the fall to tackle this issue.
For the next six months, this ongoing project will focus on reducing the number of motor vehicles with modified and/or excessively loud exhaust systems on the roads. Vehicles will be subject to charges, including Improper Muffler and Unnecessary Noise, contrary to the Highway Traffic Act (HTA) or By-law 360-79. The penalties under the HTA include fines of $110 upon conviction or $305 for By-law 360-79 charges.
Vehicles found to be unlawfully modified will be reported to the Insurance Bureau of Canada with the potential of a policy suspension.
We encourage vehicle owners to repair modified exhaust systems and avoid using devices such as factory-issued mechanisms to alter and increase their vehicles' sound in quiet, residential areas.
Our commitment to road safety is a crucial policing function. Our officers remain vigilant twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, enforcing the speed limit, dealing with aggressive driving and impaired driving, keeping the community safe as a top priority, and increasing the quality of living for everyone.
Anyone with information concerning aggressive driving or illegal street racing activities can contact the police by calling 905-453-3311. The public can also file a driving complaint through Road Watch or by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or at peelcrimestoppers.ca.
The Program provides a 50% subsidy up to a maximum $200 for qualifying residents
Rats can cause damage by gnawing and burrowing. They can contaminate food, spread disease and reduce our quality of life.
Beginning January 4, 2020 assistance will be available for qualifying residents that are dealing with rats on the exterior of their property. Phase 1 of the Residential Rat Control Subsidy Program will allow residents to submit original receipts or invoices for rat traps, baits or licensed pest control vendors purchased and/or dated from June 1, 2020 to February 28, 2021.
The program will provide a 50% subsidy of the total costs up to a maximum of $200 per year, per residential Region of Peel address.