An Important Message from NF Mayor related to COVID-19
I understand your need to come to your cottages early this year to distance yourself from close quarters in the urban areas due to the COVID-19 outbreak. I would like to ask the following:
1 - if you are coming to your cottage please self isolate for 14 days so we can avoid any outbreaks in North Frontenac. This applies to whether you travelled outside Canada or not.
2 - if you did not bring supplies please ask someone to get you the things you need until your isolation period is over.
3 - if you do shop for supplies please limit you purchase to get you by for the
March 21, 2020 - Ron Higgins, NF Mayor
Please click here to view the most recent watershed conditions message from the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority: http://mvc.on.ca/watershed-conditions-message/
This is a message sent to the MPOA from the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA):
January 20, 2020 — High Water Levels and Flows Will Continue into February
As the January rain moves through the system, higher than average water levels and flows will continue across the Mississippi River watershed. Based on current forecasts, no flooding is expected and lake levels should continue to decrease. The
January 20, 2020 - Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority Water Resource Engineer