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  • 2015 Budget is adopted

    The City of Clarence-Rockland's Municipal Council adopted its 2015 budget during a Special Meeting held on March 2nd. This budget has no tax increase as well as no increase in the daycare, ice and CRTranspo fees. "I am proud to have kept that promise not to raise taxes. This budget is not only the...

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  • Invitation - Client Service Centre

    Friday March 6, 2015 between 3:00 pm and 4:30 pm Client Service Centre 1560 Laurier Street, Rockland   The City of Clarence-Rockland will officially launch its new Client Service Centre at 1560 Laurier Street. Please come meet the team members and join us for cake and coffee.     For more information...

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  • Clarence-Rockland meets the Premier

    TORONTO - The City of Clarence-Rockland's delegation to the Ontario Good Roads Association conference (February 22nd to 25th) had the opportunity to meet many ministers in order to discuss many important subject for the Corporation. The delegation was even able to speak with the Honorable Kathleen Wynne,...

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  • ADOPTION OF 2015 BUDGET

    Please be informed that the City of Clarence-Rockland's Municipal Council intends to consider the adoption of its 2015 Budget at a special meeting which will be held in the Council Chambers, located at 415 Lemay Street in Clarence Creek, on Monday, March 2nd, 2015.  The proposed budget documents are...

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COMMUNITY PROFILE

Clarence-Rockland... a quiet, picturesque city nestled on the shores of the historic Ottawa River, an important waterway for early explorers, fur traders and missionaries. With its humble beginnings as a lumber town almost 140 years ago, Clarence-Rockland has matured into a beautiful city of a little over 23,000 people. Situated just 32 kilometers east of Parliament Hill and about 170 kilometers west of Montreal, the area offers both the quiet of the countryside and the urban offerings of a big city. Along with a healthy distribution of nature's splendor there's also plenty of things to keep urbanites busy. We are a fully bilingual community with a full range of churches, schools and sports facilities which offer endless choices for those who have grown accustomed to essential amenities.

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