Map of new access point and parking during renovations

New Access for Front Line Services at Tecumseh Town Hall

With construction well underway on the Tecumseh Town Hall renovation, changes to front line services will be implemented January 20, 2020. The service counters for Building and Planning, Public Works, Clerks and Finance have been moved to Council Chambers off McNorton Street. Anyone seeking in-person, front line support is directed to the north side of the building beginning on Monday. For those wishing to drop off paperwork or tax payments, a mail drop is also located at this entrance. There are 7 designated parking spots for the public and a fully accessible entrance. Parking is also available at the Lesperance Road lot.  .

“Crews have been working hard in the last three weeks to get the project moving,” said Gary McNamara, Mayor of Tecumseh. “This included creating a temporary entrance and relocating our front line staff to Council Chambers. Next week we will see the removal of the original front lobby and customer service counter of the building which will make way for the improvements and new service areas for residents. We continue to appreciate the patience and understanding in our community as we undergo these improvements.”

In addition to the changes to front line support, Tecumseh Council held their first meeting of the new year in the Horwood Room at the Tecumseh Arena on Tuesday, January 14, 2020. All meetings going forward will be held at the Arena unless otherwise noted.

Residents wishing to make their tax payments via pre-authorized payment may do so by filling out the application at: www.tecumseh.ca/PAP_application. The application and attachments may be dropped off at Town Hall Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tax payments may also be made via banking institutions and telephone and online banking.

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