Helpful Links

Emergency Contact Information

In an Emergency - Dial 911 - Police, Fire or Ambulance

Please dial 911 if you are experiencing a life threatening or property emergency. 911 calls are directed to Police, Fire and Ambulance. Be prepared to provide:

  • your exact location, address, town / city
  • your telephone number including area code
  • nature of your call, services required
  • stay on the line until advised to hang up

During a local emergency, such as flooding, call 911 if there is a threat to life or property. For all other inquiries contact the Municipal Office at 705-656-4445 or if activated, the Public Inquiry Centre 705-876-4636.

Ways to contact the OPP who police the Township.

If you have a Roads Emergency please call 705-926-0150. This Emergency Answering/Paging Service is available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.

For Hydro One, call 1-800-434-1235 to report a power outage, fallen tree hazard or emergency (24 Hours). Hydro One reminds everyone to stay away from any fallen hydro lines. Always assume downed power lines are live!

Government/Municipal Links

Members of Parliament

Premier of Ontario, Doug Ford

Legislative Building
Queen's Park
Toronto, Ontario M7A 1A1
Phone: 416-325-1941 TTY/Teletypewriter: (for the hearing impaired) 1-800-387-5559

MPP, Dave Smith, Peterborough-Kawartha

Constituency Office:
1123 Water St.
Peterborough, ON     K9H 3P7
Fax: 705-742-1822

MPP, Laurie Scott, Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock

Constituency Office:
14 Lindsay Street North
Lindsay, Ontario K9V 1T4
Phone: 705-324-6654
Toll Free: 1-800-424-2490

MP, Michelle Ferreri

Constituency Office: 417 Bethune Street, Suite 4
Peterborough, Ontario K9H 3Z1
Phone: 705-745-2108 Parliament Hill
Local Municipalities

County of Peterborough

City of Peterborough

Township of Asphodel - Norwood

Township of Cavan Monaghan

Township of Douro Dummer

Municipality of Trent Lakes

Township of Havelock - Belmont - Methuen

Township of Otonabee South Monaghan

Selwyn Township
Municipal Agencies

Association of Municipalities of Ontario

Association of Municipal Clerks and Treasurers

Peterborough and the Kawarthas

Sustainable Peterborough

Municipal Property Assessment Corporation

Crowe Valley Conservation Authority

North Kawartha Public Library

Peterborough County – City Health Unit

Ontario Land Tribunal
Provincial Government Links

Provincial Government - Ontario

Provincial Legislation - Ontario

Service Ontario has launched a new section for not-for-profits in Ontario making it faster and easier for organizations to get the services and information they need to start, operate and grow their NFPs.  The site features information on government open call programs for funding, ideas on how to start and manage a not-for-profit organization, a section to help organizations understand the laws that affect the sector, research about the sector, government initiatives that support the sector, and much more. Please follow the link to visit this new resource:

Aboriginal Affairs

Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs

Alcohol and Gaming Commission (Lottery Events)

Attorney General

Community Safety and Correctional Services

Ministry of Children and Youth Services

Citizenship and Immigration

Community and Social Services

Office of the Fire Marshall

Tourism, Culture and Sport

Economic Development, Trade and Employment





Francophone Affairs

Government Services

Health and Long Term Care

International Trade and Investment


Municipal Affairs and Housing

Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

MNRF - Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary 2013 - 2014

MNRF -  Bear Wise Program

Northern Development and Mines

Research and Innovation

Seniors' Secretariat

Consumer Services

Training, Colleges and Universities


Ontario Women's Directorate
Federal Government Links

Federal Government - Canada

Information for Seniors

Transport Canada (Getting started with safe boating)   

PDF Map of the Township of North Kawartha

Google map of theTownship of North Kawartha

Google map of the Hamlet of Apsley

Google map of the Hamlet of Burleigh Falls

Google map of the Hamlet of Big Cedar

Google map of the Hamlet of Woodview

Google map of the Hamlet of Glen Alda

Google map of the Hamlet of Stonyridge

Google map of the Hamlet of Mount Julian

Google map of the Hamlet of Lasswade


What is 211?

211 is an information and referral service that provides people in Ontario information on community and social services. When you dial 211 you will be connected with a certified information and referral specialist who has been trained to assess your needs, accurately answer your questions and advise you about programs and services  that are best for you and your loved ones. 211 is available to all residents of Ontario and is free, confidential, multilingual and available 24/7. You can also search 211 services online

Other Helpful Resources:

View Community Connection, 211 East and Central Ontario 

How can 211 help during an emergency?

211 is not an emergency response number and does not replace 911. 211's main role would be to maximize the public's access to community resources by responding via telephone, internet, TTY to requests for information.  During an emergency or disaster 211 provides referrals to services to meet needs created by the disaster. Please see the links below to learn more about how 211 can help during a disaster or emergency.

211 and Emergency Response/Recovery

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