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Posted Wednesday, September 12, 2018

A collaborative project, which aims to boost local entrepreneurship and encourage small business growth, launched in Harrow on Tuesday, September 11.
The first of its kind in the Windsor Essex region, the contest will provide one lucky entrepreneur with up to $1,000 towards rent of a commercial space located at 43 King Street West, Harrow. The contest is made possible through a grant provided by Libro Credit Union’s Prosperity Fund.
The project is a collaborative...

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Posted Thursday, August 30, 2018

Please be advised, Town of Essex facilities and Town Hall will be closed on Monday, September 3 for the Labour Day holiday. We will return to regular operating hours on Tuesday, September 4. To report an emergency, please call 519-776-7336 and press "0". For more details on reporting emergencies, please visit  www.essex.ca/en/live/reportaproblem.asp . Have a safe and happy holiday weekend!

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Posted Monday, August 27, 2018

The Essex Municipal Heritage Committee will unveil its sixth heritage plaque on Thursday, August 30 at a ceremony to be held at 12:30 pm at the Harrow Veteran’s Memorial Park (30 King Street West).
The new interpretive plaque details the early origins of Harrow, a proud community of the Town of Essex.
Under the Town’s Heritage Plaque Program, interpretive plaques are used to mark sites which have historical, cultural or social significance to the community,...

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Posted Wednesday, August 22, 2018

This year, the Town of Essex brought a blooming message to four local daycares throughout the summer.
Community Services Summer Student, Jared Garon, engaged the youngsters on environmental issues, such as the importance of recycling and the status of native species like Purple Martins, as well as the Town’s ongoing Communities in Bloom efforts.
“As a proud blooming community, we look to share our message with every member of our community, including young...

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Posted Thursday, August 09, 2018

Residents and commercial property owners in Harrow can have their say on the future of their community with the launch of two online surveys.
The first survey provides residents the final chance to weigh in on the Harrow Streetscape Project.
The project aims to revamp the physical characteristics of sidewalks and public rights of way on King and parts of Queen and McAfee Streets in Harrow Centre. The project will also include a comprehensive theme which reflects the community’s...

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