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Township of Greater Madawaska

Updated: 5 years ago - Created: February 25th, 2012

The Township of Greater MadawaskaLocated in the south-eastern end of Renfrew County, the Township of Greater Madawaska is one of the largest Townships. Significant Crown owed lands afford visitors and residents alike hundreds of excellent fishing lakes and thousands of acres for outdoor activities all year long.

We are a tourism area with recreation facilities for everyone! Most facilities are privately owned such as Calabogie Peaks Four Seasons Resort boasting one of Eastern Ontario's largest vertical drop ski hills; a 27-hole golf course at Calabogie Highlands, located in Barryvale, along with time-share units; a large time-share resort at Calabogie Lodge, located, on Calabogie Lake, complete with indoor pool and tennis courts.

We have Bed & Breakfast facilities, fine restaurants, and two mini-putt courses. Located twenty minutes west of the Highway 417 corridor, the major transportation route through the Ottawa Valley, the Township is a four season recreation playground with something for everyone to do and enjoy!

Come Join Us Anytime of the Year!


Map


Contact

Box 180,
1101 Francis St.,
Calabogie, Ontario
K0J 1H0
Web: www.townshipofgreatermadawaska.com
Email: admin@greatermadawaska.com


County Council Member

Name Title Telephone Fax
Peter Emon Mayor (613) 752-2222 (613) 752-2617

Peter Emon (Mayor) - Township of Greater MadawaskaMayor Peter Emon was born and raised here in the Ottawa Valley. Peter went to Calabogie Elementary School, attended Renfrew Collegiate Institute and graduated from University of Windsor with a BA in Social Work. Peter is very active in his community and over the last 20 years has been involved with a number of Calabogie Lions projects including Demolition Derbys, Santa Claus Parades, and many other community activities including the building of a baseball diamond and organizing Canada Day Celebrations. Peter and his wife live in Calabogie and Peter sits on the County Operations and Social Services Committee and is also on the Executive Committee of the County of Renfrew 150th Expo. As an elected representative on the Ottawa Valley Tourist Association, Peter is a strong supporter of tourism in the County of Renfrew.

Elected Municipal Officials

Name Title Telephone Fax
Brian Hunt Councillor    
Bruno Kierczak Councillor    
Karin Lehnhardt Councillor    
Glenda McKay Councillor    

Municipal Staff

Name Title Telephone Fax
Allison Holtzhauer CAO-Clerk/Treasurer (613)752-2222 (613)752-2617
Adam Murphy Deputy-Treasurer    
Jamie Doering Roads Superintendent (613)752-2214 (613)752-1459
Dennis Fridgen Building Inspector (613)432-3290 (613)752-2617
Alastair Baird County of Renfrew, Economic Development Manager (613)735-0091 (613)735-2492
Anne McVean County of Renfrew Planning Technician (613)735-3204 (613)735-2492


Additional Info


Website:
www.townshipofgreatermadawaska.com

 

 

Municipal Services Include

(Click on the links provide for more information)

  • Private Water Supply

  • Private Sewage

  • Residential & Commercial Hydro

  • Volunteer Fire Department

  • O.P.P. Police

  • Residential & Commercial Zoned Vacant Land

  • 4 Internet Access Providers

  • Elementary Education

  • 3 Municipal Recreational Parks

  • Access to Commercial and Private Area Airports, Customs on call

  • Municipal Public Library
    4984 Calabogie Road
    Public Internet Access

 

Municipal Stats (2006 Census)

Total Population

2,751

Number of Dwellings

2,419

Area (sq. kms.)

1,011.67


Number of Businesses (Renfrew County Business Directory)

Tourism

25

Service

25

Commercial

22

Manufacture

10

Social Organizations

10


Top Area Employers (Renfrew County Business Directory)

Calabogie Peaks

200

Calabogie Highlands Resort

30

Calabogie Lodge Resort

30

Ont. Hydro Barrett Chute

15


Building Permit Values

Year Number of Permits Total Value
2009 121 $9,456,400
2008 102 $10,369,400
2007 89 $6,893,500
2006 91 $8,336,100
2005 115 $13,425,300
2004 109 $7,544,000
2003 95 $7,106,500
2002 89 $6,357,200
2001   $5,256,300
2000   $3,575,000
1999   $3,189,549
1998   $3,880,530
1997   $3,001,850
1996   $1,152,250