Welcome to the Home of Big Bruce
Office Hours : Monday - Friday 8:30a.m. - 4:30p.m.
Arran-Elderslie is in the heart of Bruce County, close to many major tourist destinations. Retail businesses and manufacturing companies have found the municipality to be a great place to locate.
People have found that the communities that make up Arran-Elderslie are great places to raise their families and retire.
Bruce County is a unique area of Ontario. We have miles of beaches, heritage villages, shops, museums, walking trails, etc. You can hike the Bruce Trail on the northern portion of the Niagara Escarpment, dive in Five Fathoms National Marine Park, camp, fish and swim in the waters of Georgian Bay or Lake Huron. Come see all that Bruce County has to offer.
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Interim Tax Bills have been mailed out.
We have been receiving some returned mail due to incorrect civic addresses or missing PO box numbers.
If you have not received your tax bill please contact the office to see we have your correct information on file at 519-363-3039 ext #102 or ext #121.
Failure to receive your tax bill does not waive or extend the due date on the bill.
CHESLEY MAIN SREET BRIDGE - Work will recommence on the Chesley Bridge(Bruce Rd 30 from 2nd St SE to 2nd St NE) in Early April and will continue to late June. The bridge will remain open to traffic with short lane closures and traffic delays during daytime hours until approximately Tuesday April 23rd. At that time the bridge will be closed and a detour will be posted until work is completed. Correspondence will be provided prior to the bridge closure and detour posting. For more information and a map outlining the work site please visit https://brucecounty.on.ca/road-construction.
APRIL 15TH MEDIA RELEASE - CHESLEY MAIN STREET BRIDGE CLOSURE
ROAD CLOSURE - 20 SIDEROAD, 750M NORTH OF CONCESSION 4 ARRAN
Soper Bridge on Sideroad 20 between Bruce County Road 17 & Concession 4 Arran will be closed for approximately one month for repairs. Snow Removal & Access to residents on the North side of the bridge will continue throughout closure.