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BarrIE CITy CounCIl 2010-2014

mayor ward 1

ward 2

jeff lehman 705-792-7900 officeofthemayor@barrie.ca

ward 3

ward 4

Bonnie ainsworth

lynn strachan

doug shipley

Barry ward

bainsworth@barrie.ca

lstrachan@barrie.ca

dshipley@barrie.ca

bward@barrie.ca

705-739-4271 705-739-4272 705-739-4269 705-739-4268

ward 5

ward 6

ward 7

peter silveira

michael prowse

john Brassard

psilveira@barrie.ca

mprowse@barrie.ca

jbrassard@barrie.ca

ward 8

ward 9

ward 10

705-739-4275 705-739-4286 705-739-4217 jennifer roBinson

Brian jackson

jrobinson@barrie.ca

bjackson@barrie.ca

alex nuttall

705-739-4273 705-739-4256 705-739-4290 anuttall@barrie.ca


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Barrie City Council Information and Ward Map Garbage, recycling, Yard Waste & organics Collection Area Map

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Waterfront Map Arboretum Community Gardening Adopt a park/trail environmental education Centre City of Barrie Contacts Q&A’s Water & Waste Water Billing

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LEGEND WEEK A

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ColleCtion AreA DiviDing lines AnD BounDAries: A & B areas referred to on the collection map, indicate the Leaf and Yard Waste Collection schedule. As listed in the adjacent chart, leaf and yard waste is collected every week during certain months, while in other months there is no collection, or collection occurs every other week depending on your address. Using the adjacent chart, in conjunction with the collection map, will help you determine if your address is A or B week. If you have any questions about your collection day, please call 705-739-4219 or visit www.barrie.ca.

Yard Waste ColleCtion sChedule weekly: January october April november May June september

bi-weekly: July August december

no collection: february March

Yard Waste is accepted at the landfill from Barrie residents. Visit www.barrie.ca or call 705-739-4219 for more information.


waste diversion at the landfill

Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment

E-Waste doesn’t belong in the garbage. Through a new program from the Ontario Electronic Stewardship, many of your old electronics can be recycled for free at the Barrie Landfill. Visit www.barrie.ca or www.recycleyourelectronics.ca for more details.

Tires The Barrie Landfill accepts tires for recycling. On-road and off-road tires that are not on the rim are accepted free of charge through the Ontario Tire Stewardship program. Bicycle tires are not accepted for recycling. Tires on the rim have a charge associated with them based on the size of tire. For more information and rates for tires on the rim visit www.barrie.ca or www.ontariots.ca.

Hazardous Waste Every Saturday from 9am - 4pm bring your household hazardous waste to the Barrie Landfill to be safely disposed of. The depot is available to residents of the City of Barrie and the County of Simcoe. For more details see September in this Calendar. Visit www.makethedrop.ca for information on which household products are hazardous and where to find other drop off locations in your area.

Recycling at the Landfill At the Barrie Landfill residents can recycle scrap metal, clean corrugated cardboard, and blue/grey box recyclables free of charge. Residential leaf and yard waste can be brought to the landfill where it is composted. Visit www.barrie.ca for disposal rates.

curbside set out in the winter Placing your containers on top of a snow bank makes it difficult for the collectors to reach. Instead, place your collection materials in your driveway so that they are safe from snow removal equipment and easier to collect. Containers placed on snowbanks may not be collected.

“E-Waste” su ch as comp uters, cell ph or television ones s may conta in many har contaminan mful ts and should not be dispo of with regu sed lar garbage. Drop off you r E-Waste in the correct electronic b ins at the lan or check ou dfill t www.maket hedrop.ca.


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All Community Centres Closed

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Registration opens for Dragon Boat Festival

See collection map in this calendar.

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HOUSEHOLD SPECIAL WASTE DEPOT

Open Saturday 9am-4pm. 272 Ferndale Dr. N.

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Storytimes Registration @ Library

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International green week ~ JANUARY 21 - 30 Family Literacy Day Bedtime Bingo @ Library


multi-residential recycling program fibre/paper cart

3 Newspapers 3 Household papers 3 Boxboard and egg cartons 3 Telephone books, paperback books and magazines 3 Cardboard (flattened 30”x30”x8”)

containers cart

3 Rigid plastic containers and packaging #1-#7 (includes styrene trays and lids) 3 Food & beverage cans 3 Aluminum trays, pie plates & foil 3 Glass bottles and jars 3 Tetra Pak boxes, juice and milk cartons 3 Packing styrofoam (must fit inside the recycling cart) 3 Spiral cardboard cans All items must be “packaging” (i.e. no toys, laundry baskets). Please no plastic bags, plastic wrap, toys, motor oil or pesticide containers. Rinse all containers. When materials are placed in the wrong recycling cart, nothing can be recycled. The cart is left behind and the contents must be collected as garbage, as it is too costly and time-consuming to sort through. To avoid this: • Don’t put your recyclables in plastic bags. These bags cannot be recycled, and as a result, anything placed inside plastic bags cannot be recycled either. • Remember, glass, metal and plastic go into one cart. Paper and cardboard go into the other. Don’t put your material into the first recycling cart you see, and don’t toss any garbage into the recycling cart! • Recycling carts are provided at no charge to multi residential buildings. To request more recycling carts, stickers or literature, contact your site superintendent or property manager so they can request these items.

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NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH

NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH

Open Saturday 9am-4pm. 272 Ferndale Dr. N.

WINTERFEST & festival of ice february 5-6 at heritage park and downtown venues

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NATIONAL FLAG DAY

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Only East Bayfield & Holly Commmunity Centres open

“FREEDOM TO READ WEEK” AT YOUR LIBRARY ~ FEBRUARY 20 - 26 FAMILY DAY

NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH

HOUSEHOLD SPECIAL WASTE DEPOT

February Blues Festival February 3-6

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February Blues @ Library 11:30am - 2:30pm

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Reel Stories Film Series Festival February 4-6

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HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH

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VALENTINES DAY NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH

SATURDAY

3 CHINESE NEW YEAR

GROUNDHOG DAY

February 1-28 Mature Adults Love to Read Contest @Library

FRIDAY

2 WORLD WETLANDS DAY

TEST YOUR SMOKE ALARMS!

NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH

THURSDAY

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recycling 2 boxes for 2 reasons separate your materials into 2 boxes... container items BLUE BOX:

paper items GREY BOX:

• Rigid Plastic Containers and Packaging #1-#7 (includes styrene trays and lids) • Packing Styrofoam that fits in a recycling box (no styrofoam peanuts) • Glass bottles and jars • Food and beverage cans • Aluminum trays, pie plates and foil • Tetra Pak boxes, juice and milk cartons • Spiral cardboard cans

• Telephone books, paperback books and magazines • All household paper • Boxboard and egg cartons • Cardboard boxes flattened and bundled no larger than 75cmx75cmx20cm (30”x30”x8”) • Hardcover books with cover removed • Newspaper

All items must be “packaging” (i.e. no toys, laundry baskets). Please no plastic bags, plastic wrap, toys, motor oil or pesticide containers. Rinse all containers.

need a recycling box? we deliver! Barrie residents may call 705-739-4219 to request free delivery of blue or grey boxes (limit of 2). Recycling boxes are also available for pickup at no charge at Barrie’s Environmental Centre, 272 Ferndale Drive North Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Please do no plastic bags t place your recyclables fo in not recyclab r collection. Plastic bags le up in the land in our program and will are en fil reusable recy l. The City of Barrie prov d id cl charge. To ha ing boxes to residents at es ve recycling no boxes deliver to a single fa ed m ily resi at no charge , please call 70 dence 5-739-4219.


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INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH

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TEST YOUR SMOKE ALARMS!

NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH

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ash wednesday

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MARCH BREAK activities at the library & community centres ST. PATRICKS DAY

Daylight saving time begins. Turn clocks ahead 1 hr. Check batteries in smoke detectors. NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH

NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH

NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH HSWD

HOUSEHOLD SPECIAL WASTE DEPOT

Open Saturday 9am-4pm. 272 Ferndale Dr. N.

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FIRST DAY OF SPRING WORLD FOREST DAY

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WORLD DAY FOR WATER

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WORLD METEROLOGICAL DAY

EARTH HOUR

Storytimes Registration @ Library

NO YARD WASTE COLLECTION THIS MONTH

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sanitary sewer The municipal sanitary sewer system is a system of underground pipes that transport sewage from homes and businesses to the Wastewater Treatment Plant. The sewage is treated at the plant and the clean treated water is sent into Kempenfelt Bay. In order to maintain a properly functioning transportation and treatment system, the following materials CAN NOT be disposed of down sinks and toilets: • Disposable diapers • Sanitary napkins or plastic tampon applicators • Hair from brushes or combs • Newspapers, rags or cloth • Any plastic materials • Kitchen grease • Oil, fuels and other hazardous materials • Sump pump water • Baby wipes • Q-tips

storm sewer The municipal storm sewer system collects rainwater and surface water run off from roads, lawns and parking lots. It is discharged into neighbouring creeks and catchbasins; it is then sent into Kempenfelt Bay. Since the water is NOT treated, it is important that any waste materials (including, but not limited to yard waste and hazardous waste) are NOT disposed of into catchbasins or creeks.

The sanitary sewer connection in your home is your responsibility. You can assist in the trouble-free operation of the sanitary sewer by ensuring household items such as cooking grease, fat, oil, food, debris, garbage or other foreign objects do not enter the sewer system.


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APRIL FOOLS DAY

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NATIONAL WILDLIFE WEEK ~ APRIL 4 - 10 WORLD HEALTH DAY

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HOUSEHOLD SPECIAL WASTE DEPOT

Open Saturday 9am-4pm. 272 Ferndale Dr. N.

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EASTER SUNDAY

EASTER MONDAY

REGULAR COLLECTION SCHEDULE

LANDFILL CLOSED All Community Centres closed

Eastview Arena & Victoria Village closed

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ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONAL’S DAY

HSWD

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Holiday Schedule applies Collection moved to next day

Bedtime Stories @ Library

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EARTH DAY

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LANDFILL CLOSED

PITCH IN WEEK CANADA ~ APRIL 18 - 24 palm sunday

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GOOD FRIDAY

NATIONAL SOIL CONSERVATION WEEK ~ April 17-23

See collection map in this calendar.

VIMY RIDGE DAY

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CANADA BOOK DAY

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composting Backyard composting is an important component of Barrie’s Waste Diversion Programs for managing waste at its source; it also complements Barrie’s Organics Collection Program. Backyard composting provides residents with the benefit of utilizing the finished compost to improve their gardens and lawns in a safe and natural manner. To help reduce the attraction of pests and odours, residents are urged to use a composter with a lid. Don’t forget, you can still use your backyard composter during the winter!

need a composter? Composters are available at the Environmental Centre located at 272 Ferndale Drive North (between Livingstone Street West and Edgehill Drive) for Barrie residents only. For more information and fees visit www.barrie.ca.

home grown compost! The City of Barrie uses compost generated from Barrie’s leaf and yard waste collection program as top dressing in parks and on flowerbeds throughout the City. Home grown compost is also for sale at the City of Barrie Landfill located at 272 Ferndale Drive North, Tuesday to Saturday from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Call 705-739-4219 or visit www.barrie.ca for current information on compost availability and fees.

truckload composter/rainbarrel sale Check our website this spring for information on Barrie’s Annual Truckload Composter and Rainbarrel Sale.

rap fruit and Compost your sc ple rd waste. It’s a sim vegetables and ya a e uc od pr d an aste way to reduce w n, law nditioner for your nutrient-rich co of ty Ci e eplants. Th garden and hous st st bins and compo po m co s Barrie ha ents. available for resid


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COMPOST AWARENESS WEEK ~ MAY 1-7 NATIONAL ASTRONOMY DAY

cinco de mayo

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NATIONAL MIGRATORY BIRD DAY

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YARD WASTE COLLECTION SCHEDULE

Collection moved to the next day, this week only.

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HOUSEHOLD SPECIAL WASTE DEPOT

Open Saturday 9am-4pm. 272 Ferndale Dr. N.

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Waterfront Festival May 28-29

All Community Centres closed

Holiday Schedule applies Collection moved to next day

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VICTORIA DAY

See collection map in this calendar.

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

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BIKE TO WORK DAY

Bedtime Stories @ Library 7pm

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MOTHER’S DAY

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Holiday Schedule Collection moved to next day

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Holiday Schedule Collection moved to next day

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water & energy conservation Whether your reason for making conservation a priority is saving the environment or saving money, it has never been more important to practice energy and water conservation. Check the City of Barrie’s website www.barrie.ca for guidelines on the $50 toilet replacement rebate program available to residents. One rebate per household. The City and PowerStream are installing 1.1 Mw of new solar panels on city facilities in 2011. The City is continuing to implement energy conservation initiaitves in our buildings and all new facilities are built to energy efficient standards. Planning for future growth will include consideration of energy and water use to try and minimize or reduce growth in greenhouse gas emissions as the city grows. Residents interested in home and energy efficiency improvements and pursuing renewable power for their home should investigate information available at http://fit.powerauthority.on.ca/ or www.oee.nrcan.gc.ca. Remember, the City of Barrie restricts lawn watering. Even numbered addresses can water on even days, odd addresses on odd days. Lawn watering is not allowed between the hours of 8:00am and 6:00pm. For more information on water and energy conservation please call 705-739-4254.

BARRIE’S FREE GOODS EXCHANGE DAY SATURDAY, JUNE 11 — 8AM-6PM Place unwanted household items such as USABLE furniture, clothing, books, tools, sporting goods, toys, etc. at the end of your driveway or the edge of your lawn. Anyone needing these items-please pick-up at NO CHARGE! Leftovers must be removed by 9pm the same day. The City of Barrie will NOT provide a special collection for these materials. For more information please call the City of Barrie at 705-739-4219.

Run your washing machine and dishwasher only when they are full. You can save up to 1,000 gallons of water a month by following these practices.


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Celebrate Barrie at Centennial Park

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Heritage Park WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY

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Free Goods Exchange Day

CLEAN AIR DAY

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Family Jazz time @ Library 10:30 am

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CANADIAN RIVERS DAY

BARRIE JAZZ & BLUES FESTIVAL ~ JUNE 9 - 19

Heritage Park

(HIGH NOON JAZZ SERIES @ LIBRARY ~ 11:30AM-1:30PM) Bedtime Stories @ Library 7pm

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NATIONAL ABORIGINAL DAY

AB YARD WASTE COLLECTION SCHEDULE See collection map in this calendar.

HSWD

HOUSEHOLD SPECIAL WASTE DEPOT

Open Saturday 9am-4pm. 272 Ferndale Dr. N.

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public space recycling The City of Barrie has invested in an aggressive Public Space and Special Events Recycling Program. While you are participating in Barrie’s special events, shopping downtown or enjoying Barrie’s beautiful parks, please remember to use these bins to recycle your beverage containers. Throughout the City, in parks, along curbside and in other public spaces, you will find a variety of recycling containers. Most recycling/garbage containers are emptied on a weekly basis on the collection day for that particular area. When using these containers, please ensure that your materials are placed in the appropriate slots/bins, as mixing garbage and recyclables together will contaminate the recyclable materials and reduce their value.

communities in bloom is a national municipal beautification contest with a focus on flowers, landscaping, gardens, beautification and environmental awareness. The City of Barrie has participated in the National/International Communities in Bloom program for the past 13 years. We have received consecutive 5 Bloom Rankings, the highest bloom ranking possible. The City of Barrie invites all citizens to include their projects whether small or large to help Barrie be number one in this competition. The invitation is also extended to all commercial and industrial businesses. The Communities in Bloom Hotline is 705-739-4294. You can apply or recommend someone for a Muskoka Garden Award by picking up an application at the Engineering Department on the 6th floor at City Hall or visit the City of Barrie website www.barrie.ca for Communities in Bloom.

City of Barrie Recycling Goes Public! The ycling bins rec ce spa has many public hout the oug thr tly ien ven con located house, the ve community. Once you lea come you il unt ers hold on to contain bin. ing ycl rec ce spa lic across a pub


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CANADA DAY

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PROMENADE DAYS ~ JULY 1 - 3

Fireworks @10pm

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LANDFILL CLOSED Only Lampman Lane Comm. Ctr. open

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AUGUST 2011

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Weekly Summer Drop-in Storytimes begin @ Library 9:30am and 10:30am Weekly Drop-in Teen Book Club begins @ 7pm

Summer Reading for all ages begins @ Library

RIBFEST & CRAFT BEER SHOW ~ JULY 7 - 10

Lawnchair Luminata Waterfront Series

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Bedtime Stories @ Library 7pm

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YARD WASTE COLLECTION SCHEDULE See collection map in this calendar.

Lawnchair Luminata Waterfront Series

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Collection moved to the next day, this week only.

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Open Saturday 9am-4pm. 272 Ferndale Dr. N.

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Kempenfest July 29 - Aug 1

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HOUSEHOLD SPECIAL WASTE DEPOT

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Lawnchair Luminata Waterfront Series


organics All Organics Containers must be placed at curbside by 7am on the regular scheduled collection day.

where can I get an organics bin? Residents in single family dwellings can call 705-739-4219 to have one delivered at no charge or they can be picked up at the landfill site 272 Ferndale Dr. N. 9-4 Monday - Friday

acceptable items in your organics bin include: Fruits, Vegetables, Meat and Bones, Dairy Products, Breads and Grains, Eggs, Coffee Grounds, Wet and Soiled Paper, Pumpkins and Garden Fruit Tree Waste.

unacceptable items in your organics bin include: Diapers, Plastic Bags, Film Plastic, Pet Waste, Leaf and Yard Waste. Bins containing these items will not be collected! For a full list of items, contact 705-739-4219 or visit www.barrie.ca.

begin by lining your bin! suggested bin liners: Newsprint, Paper Bags, Boxboard (cereal boxes), Origami, Certified Compostable Bin Liners/Bags, Fibre Liners. Certified Compostable bin liners/bags are accepted in the City of Barrie’s Organics Collection Program and must display one of the following logos:

Fibre/paper liners do not require specific logos. The organics collected in the City of Barrie are transported to an off-site composting facility, where they are processed into a high quality potting soil for various local and national retailers.

collection truck - split for a reason Garbage and organics are collected in a “split” collection truck, however these materials are not mixed together. They remain completely separated into different sections. These trucks are split this way to make collection more efficient instead of having a designated truck for each material.

To avoid odours in your green bins, empty them frequently and wash them with a water/vinegar mix. For more information on overcoming organic obstacles visit www.barrie.ca or call 705-739-4219.


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Weekly Drop-in Teen Book Club Ends

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See collection map in this calendar.

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

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Bedtime Stories @ Library 7pm

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Barrie Triathlon

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barrie’s environmental centre, 272 ferndale dr. north Bring in your Household/Special Hazardous Waste so they can be disposed of properly. The Household/Special Hazardous Waste Depot at 272 Ferndale Drive North is OPEN EVERY SATURDAY from 9am-4pm for Barrie and Simcoe County Residents. • Hazardous wastes must be in original containers. • Needles and syringes from household medical use must be in rigid puncture-proof containers only. • No electronics. • No more than 25 litres of hazardous wastes will be accepted per residence per month. • No more than 5 used oil filters will be accepted per residence per month. • No 5 gallon pails of oil (1 litre and 4 litre containers only). • No glass containers. • No commercial, industrial or medical waste. • No radioactives or explosives such as fireworks and ammunition. To find alternative local disposal facilities for household special hazardous waste visit www.makethedrop.ca.

Corrosive

Flammable

Toxic

Explosive

examples of acceptable hazardous waste • • • • • • • •

Batteries Drain and oven cleaners Pesticides Pharmaceuticals Clean fluids Gasoline Paints Oil

• Cosmetics • Glues • Aerosols • Propane tanks • Sharps (needles and syringes in rigid containers only) • Florescent bulbs (including compact bulbs)

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LABOUR DAY All Community Centres Closed

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GRANDPARENTS DAY

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Nine Mile Portage, Heritage Festival, Heritage Park & Fort Willow

Storytimes Registration @ Library

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YARD WASTE COLLECTION SCHEDULE See collection map in this calendar.

Bedtime Stories @ Library 7pm

ZERO EMISSIONS DAY

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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE

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world car free day

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Open Saturday 9am-4pm. 272 Ferndale Dr. N.

Spooky Poetry Contest ages 7-12 yrs begins @ Library

barrie reads evergreen event

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yard waste collection acceptable containers include: Garbage cans, bushel baskets, burlap bags, paper leaf and yard waste bags, corrugated cardboard boxes (boxes and paper bags will be taken and composted). Please leave lids off containers and boxes open so the collectors can see their contents. When full, containers must not exceed 20 kgs (45 lbs). To permit easy handling, clippings from trees and shrubs must be tied securely in bundles no larger than 1.8 m (6 feet) in length, 0.3 m (1 foot) in diameter and weigh no more than 20 kgs (45 lbs).

acceptable items: Leaves, brush, pumpkins, grass clippings, garden waste, bales of straw, tree trimmings, garden fruit tree waste and Christmas trees. Pumpkins and garden fruit tree waste may also be placed in the curbside organics bin.

unacceptable items: Kitchen waste, sod, dirt, soil, milled lumber, stumps or tree limbs with a diameter in excess of 10 cm (4�), tree limbs in excess of 6 feet (1.8m) in length, unbundled brush.

Yard waste placed in plastic bags or recycling boxes will not be collected.

Yard Waste Collection Schedule Weekly: January October November April May June September

Bi-weekly: July August December

No Collection: February March

Yard Waste is accepted at the landfill from Barrie residents. Visit www.barrie.ca or call 705-739-4219 for more information.

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October is “Canadian Library Month” at Barrie Public Library! doors open barrie & culture days October 1 -2

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fire prevention week ~ OCTOBER 9 - 15

All community centres closed

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WASTE REDUCTION WEEK ~ OCTOBER 17 - 23 TEEN READ WEEK ~ OCTOBER 16 - 22 BARRIE FILM FESTIVAL ~ OCTOBER 14 - 23

See collection map in this calendar.

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Bedtime Stories @ Library 7pm

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garbage collection • • • • • • •

Items placed out for collection must be contained in a standard size garbage bag or can. Garbage cans must have open handles, be designed to to be manually lifted and bags or cans must not exceed 20kgs (45 lbs). Bulky items that do not fit in a standard size garbage can or bag will not be collected curbside. They can be brought to the landfill site at 272 Ferndale Drive North. All appliances must be certified CFC free. Please ensure that your garbage is placed curbside by 7am on your collection day. The City of Barrie has a 1 bag/can garbage limit per single family dwelling. Additional bags/cans must have a $2 garbage tag affixed to each unit of collection either around the neck of the bag or on the garbage in the can, not on the can itself. For a list of garbage tag retailers visit our website at www.barrie.ca or call 705-739-4219.

collector safety When placing sharp objects (i.e. broken glass, and nails) in the garbage, please ensure that they are wrapped in a protective material such as newsprint, prior to disposing of them, to prevent injury to the collectors. As a courtesy to your collector, please label all garbage that contains potential safety hazards. Do not place syringes/needles in your curbside garbage. These items should be disposed of in rigid containers at the Hazardous Waste Depot (see September for more information). Please note: For safety reasons, residents are not permitted to put items into the collection trucks.

There are provisions for fines up to $5,000.00 for illegal dumping of garbage.

Make sure to check your w aste reduction ca lendar durin g weeks with holiday s. On certain ho lidays, waste collection may not occ ur. In such a case, waste collect ion is moved to the following day.


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REMEMBRANCE DAY Memorial Square

Daylight saving time ends. Turn clocks back 1 hr. Check batteries in smoke detectors.

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Celebrate National Philanthropy Day by making a gift to your public library! Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, Memorial Square

Bedtime Stories @ your Library 7pm

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barrie’s landfill & environmental centre 272 ferndale dr. north services: • • • • • •

Waste disposal Household Hazardous/Special Waste Depot (Saturday, 9am to 4pm) - see September for details Recycling box distribution - see March for details Composters and compost for Sale - see May for details Leaf and Yard Waste drop off - see October for details Compost for sale - see May for details

hours of operation

Tuesday to Saturday 9am to 4pm. Closed Mondays, Sundays and holidays. The landfill site is closed at noon on Christmas Eve and on New Year’s Eve when these days occur during regular landfill hours.

rules and rates

• Visit www.barrie.ca or contact 705-739-4219 for rates. • To find alternative disposal facilities for hazardous waste visit www.makethedrop.ca. • All license plates must be visible or vehicle ownership must be presented at the “inscale”. • Landfill access is prohibited without proof of residency (photo I.D.). • To find alternative disposal facilities for electronics visit www.recycleyourelectronics.ca.

items banned from landfilling • • • • • • •

Waste generated from outside the City of Barrie Liquid or hazardous wastes Refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, water coolers and dehumidifiers that have not been certified CFC-Free (Proper documentation required) Tires Corrugated cardboard Yard waste Contaminated soil

accepted for recycling only • • • •

Tires: Visit www.barrie.ca or contact 705-739-4219 for guidelines Clean old corrogated cardboard Scrap metal Electronics such as computers, televisions and related accessories

Did you know that residents need to provide ph oto identifica tion and a visible licen se plate in or der to use Barrie’s landfil l services? Mak e sure to have photo I.D . ready upon entering the landfill ga te, and ensure that your license plate is fully visible.


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CHRISTMAS EVE

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BOXING DAY

HOUSEHOLD SPECIAL WASTE DEPOT

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All community centres closed

Open Saturday 9am-4pm. 272 Ferndale Dr. N.

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the arboretum Barrie’s Arboretum is located on 14 acres at the North End of Sunnidale Park. It was established by the Barrie’s Garden Club in 1974 and consists of a wide variety of trees, shrubs and vines. The Trans Canada Trail allows for easy access to most of the site. Come and Explore! • The Drought Tolerant Demonstration Gardens and Butterfly Garden where colourful perennials, annuals and shrubs attract birds, insects and butterflies in all stages of their development. • The Tranquility Garden where benches and a soothing water feature provide a quiet refuge for rest and contemplation. • The Lilac Dell with over 60 specimens bursting alive with fragrance and colour in late May and June. • The Barrie Metals Pavilion is a landscaped shelter that provides seating and a small amphitheatre for outdoor education about the extraordinary history of Sunnidale Park.

community gardening Garden Plot rentals are available for the Sunnidale Community Garden, located along Coulter Street. Choose between an individual plot (1.5m x 4.5m) or the Community Plot (recommended for beginners who want to learn more about gardening). Gardeners sign a short rental contract along with the $22.60 rental fee (includes HST) for the 2011 season. Please note gardeners are responsible for their own water supply. You can pick up a Community Garden Policy, Rental Contract and garden location at City Hall on the 6th floor, reception desk or get it online at www.barrie.ca or call 705-739-4207 for more information.

adopt-a-park or trail program The City of Barrie Adopt-a-Park or Trail program has been established as a community service program for volunteers to assist in keeping our parks safe from vandalism and free from garbage. It is a way for environmentally conscious residents to make a personal contribution to a cleaner community and to take pride in our parks and trails. Volunteers organize park clean-ups; patrol the park for garbage, report vandalism to the City’s Operations Centre. If you would like to become involved please call the Engineering Department at 705-739-4207 or visit www.barrie.ca to enroll online.


Did you know …. Vehicle recycling builds trails in our community! Give your vehicle a new life by donating it to Huronia Trails and Greenways’ vehicle recycling program “Help Trails Grow” and invest in a trail initiative in your community. • You benefit by receiving a charitable tax receipt for $50 • You benefit by having your old vehicle towed away for free • Your community benefits from a cash contribution to your local trail initiative • You help clean up your environment

How to Donate Your Old Vehicle 1.  Phone (705) 728-4110 or 800-461-1718. 2.  Identify yourself as an HTG vehicle donor. 3.  Arrangements will be made to pick up the vehicle.

The automobile ranks at the top of recyclable items! The automotive recycling industry plays a necessary and crucial role in the effective and ecological disposal of inoperative motor vehicles.  Automotive recyclers deal in the recycling of trucks, buses, motorcycles, snowmobiles, RV’s, and farm equipment.  This includes the dismantling of vehicles for parts resale and material recycling.   

Little known facts about old vehicle as • By weight, 75% of an average car’s content is recycled or reused. • Parts can be refurbished and sold for up to 50% less than new parts. • Reusing and recycling old vehicles saves energy. • Recycling reduces the risk of contaminating the environment. • Reusing & recycling old vehicles creates jobs.


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education centre & interpretive berm Located at the Barrie Landfill

landscaping ugh The parking lot and path thro e mad is m Ber the Interpretive d roa from d ycle rec halt from asp resurfacing on Anne Street in wn Barrie. The vegetation was gro the from ed duc pro t pos in com waste City of Barrie’s leaf and yard der bor to d use ks roc program. The the gardens, came from land surrounding the Landfill.

glass & brick Glassblock used in some of the windows came from renovations at City Hall. The brick was salvaged from a building demolition.

To encourage waste reduction values in education, the City of Barrie constructed an Environmental Interpretive Berm and Education Centre on the isolation berm between the

education to students and summer camp groups within the community. Where possible, salvaged or products with a recycled content were used in the construction of the Interpretive Berm and Education Centre. Through funding received from the federal, provincial and municipal governments, under the COMRIF program, the City of Barrie was able to successfully complete these projects.

Interpretive Berm

shingles

tally environmen Shingles are like ar posite ced d of friendly com se o p gles com in sh f o ro e shak ich can material wh ed cl cy re 5% 9 ingles. into new sh be recycled

solar panels Solar panels and batteries were reused from a study to determine wind turbine sustainability at the Landfill.


Your Questions About Water & Wastewater Meter Reading & Billing Why is the City of Barrie taking over water billing? As of October 1, 2011 the City of Barrie will assume full responsibility for the water meter reading, water and wastewater billing and customer service from the current provider, PowerStream. The initiative to move these services to the City of Barrie stemmed from the need to provide residents and businesses with more accurate and

How are the meters read? At the beginning of 2011, the City of Barrie will be installing an Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) system that will fully automate the water meter reading process. Each water meter will be connected to an external wireless transmitter which will transfer your consumption data directly, safely and securely to the City of Barrie

Who do I call with questions regarding my water meter? The current procedure will not change. Please contact Water Customer Services

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to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm with any water meter questions or to schedule an appointment.

Who do I call with questions about my water/wastewater bill? Prior to October 1, 2011, you may call PowerStream with questions regarding your water and wastewater bill. You can contact them Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm at 705-722-7222 or toll free 1-877-963-6900. As of October 1, 2011, you should call the City of Barrie Water and Wastewater Billing Services department with questions relating to water and wastewater billing, Monday to Friday, from 8:30am to 4:30pm, at 705-739-4232.

How do I set up a water/wastewater billing account? As of October 1, 2011, the name and address information currently being billed by PowerStream will be the same name and address that will be used by the City of Barrie Water and Wastewater Billing system. If you need to set up a new account, or change information before September 15 2011, please contact PowerStream - Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm at 705-7227222 or toll free 1-877-963-6900. If you need to set up a new account, or change information after September 15 2011, please contact the City of Barrie Water and Wastewater Billing Services.

Where can I get more information and updates on the new water and wastewater billing set for October 1, 2011? For more information on the City of Barrie’s Water and Wastewater Billing please visit the City of Barrie website at www.barrie.ca, or check This Week in Barrie in the Barrie Examiner for updates.

Contacting The City of Barrie City Hall - 70 Collier Street ...................(705) 726-4242 Automated Attendant .............................(705) 739-4220 Animal Control .........................................(705) 739-4241 Arenas: - Allandale ..............................................(705) 728-5141 - Holly Community Centre ................(705) 792-7925 - Barrie Molson Centre .......................(705) 737-6850 - East Bayfield ......................................(705) 739-4225 B.A.C.T.S. ....................................................(705) 739-4209 Barrie Transit .............................................(705) 739-4209 Birth Certificate Applications ................(705) 739-4204 Birth Registrations ...................................(705) 739-4264 Blue & Grey Box/Recycling ...................(705) 739-4219 Building Permits .......................................(705) 739-4212 Building Services Department ..............(705) 739-4212 Bus Terminal .............................................(705) 739-1500 Business Licensing ...................................(705) 739-4241 Business Development Information .... (705) 728-9850 City Clerk’s Office ....................................(705) 739-4204 Community Centres: - Allandale Recreation Centre ...........(705) 728-5141 - Lampman Lane Centre .....................(705) 739-4224 - Southshore Community Centre ..... (705) 739-4223 - Holly Community Centre ................(705) 792-7925 - East Bayfield Community Centre .. (705) 739-4225 Council Information ................................(705) 739-4204 Development Servicing ..........................(705) 739-4207 Dog & Cat Licensing ...............................(705) 739-4241 Finance Department ...............................(705) 739-4232 Fire & Emergency Service: - Emergency .........................................Call 911 - Business Office .................................(705) 728-3199 - Fire Prevention & Training ..............(705) 728-3199 - Fire Chief ............................................(705) 728-1277 Forestry Maintenance .............................(705) 739-4255 Garbage ......................................................(705) 739-4219 Greenhouse ...............................................(705) 739-4255 Human Resources ...................................(705) 739-4202 Industrial Land Sales ...............................(705) 728-9850 Information Barrie (Library) ...................(705) 728-1010

Landfill/Environmental Centre ........ (705) 739-4219 Leaf & Yard Waste ............................... (705) 739-4219 Legal Services Department ............... (705) 792-7916 Leisure, Transit & Facilities ................ (705) 739-4223 Library .................................................... (705) 728-1010 Lottery Licences .................................. (705) 739-4241 Marina .................................................... (705) 739-4218 Marriage Licences ............................... (705) 739-4283 Mayor’s Office ...................................... (705) 792-7900 Municipal Law Enforcement ............ (705) 739-4241 Engineering Department ................... (705) 739-4207 Organics Collection ........................... (705) 739-4219 Operations Department .................... (705) 739-4255 Parks Maintenance ............................. (705) 739-4255 Parking Tickets .................................... (705) 739-4241 Planning Services ................................ (705) 739-4208 Provincial Offences ............................ (705) 739-4291 Purchasing ............................................ (705) 739-4229 Real Estate Services ............................ (705) 792-7916 Road & Sewer Construction ............. (705) 739-4210 Road & Sewer Maintenance ............. (705) 739-4255 Senior Centres: - Allandale Recreation Centre ...... (705) 728-6332 - Parkview Centre for Seniors ...... (705) 737-0755 - Victoria Village .............................. (705) 792-3411 Economic Development ................... (705) 728-9850 Taxes ...................................................... (705) 739-4230 Traffic Maintenance ........................... (705) 739-4255 Transit .................................................... (705) 739-4209 Water Billing Inquiries ........................ (705) 722-7222 Water Engineering Services .............. (705) 739-4207 Water Maintenance & Operations .. (705) 739-4255 Water Pollution Control Centre ...... (705) 739-4221 Zoning ................................................... (705) 739-4212


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Electronic Waste January

Multi-Residential February

Recycling March

Sanitary/Storm Sewers April

Composting May

Water & Energy Conservation June

Public Space Recycling July

Organics August

Hazardous Waste September

Leaf & Yard Waste October

Garbage November

Landfill December


2011 City of Barrie Waste Management & Community Calendar  

2011 City of Barrie Waste Management & Community Calendar

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