Township of Head, Clara & Maria
Updated: 5 years ago - Created: February 25th, 2012
Welcome to the United Townships of Head, Clara & Maria, 25 minutes drive west of Deep River. The Township consists of four small hamlets on the shores of the Ottawa River with access to Algonquin Park. We are situated above the Rapides Des Joachims dam and form part of the Ottawa Temiskaming Waterway. If you appreciate quiet scenic beauty, this is the place for you. Our area is dotted with lakes and rivers, which provide a myriad of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast including fishing, hunting, hiking, canoeing, boating, and snowmobiling on OFSC trails. Driftwood Provincial Park is located within our borders and we have excellent accommodations available: lodges, housekeeping cabins and private trailer parks. Real Estate in the area is reasonably priced and there are waterfront lots available. Property taxes are the lowest in the County.
County Council Member
Reeve Tammy Stewart of Stonecliffe first came to County Council in 2006. As the Reeve, Tammy represents the township’s interest at the county level. As part of County Council, Tammy serves as Vice-Chair of the Health Committee and also serves on the Development & Property Committee. One of Tammy’s true passions is the delivery of health care services to her residents. Because of this, Tammy is a member of the Renfrew County & District Health Unit where she also serves as Vice-Chair. Tammy has called Stonecliffe home since 1970, and although she represents the most northerly local government in the county, Tammy loves the rugged landscape of the area around Mackey and Stonecliffe. When Tammy is not busy in the township serving as the Chair of the Upper Ottawa Valley OPP Advisory Board, she likes to spend quality time with her 14-year old son and 7-year old daughter.
Elected Municipal Officials