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Wendover Step System 

Since the 1990s, a large number of houses located along Principale Street and private roads in the Village of Wendover are servided by a wastewater collection system known as the STEP System. For more information, please consult our brochure.

Brochure - The septic tank effluent pump (STEP) system.

 

  How Do You Connect With Over 60,000

Community & Social Services Across Ontario?

IT'S SIMPLE, CALL 2-1-1

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MAKE THE RIGHT CALL

2-1-1 - Information and referral helpline to Community, social, government and health services.

9-1-1 - Emergency number for police, fire and paramedic services.

 

Water Safety is Everyone's Responsibility!

Everybody has a drowning story. Everybody knows someone who has drowned, or someone who had a member of their family drown, or experienced a near-drowning event themselves or in their families.

We encourage all Ontarians to take personal responsibility for ensuring water safety for themselves and their children.

In June 2011, the Office of the Chief Coroner of Ontario released a report on the review of all accidental drowning deaths which occurred in the Province of Ontario between May 1st and September 30th, 2010. The Review Team made 12 recommendations in the areas of public safety and drowning prevention.

In June of this year the Ontario Lifesaving Society published the 2017 Drowning Report prepared by the Drowning Prevention Research Centre.

Both of these reports are available for your review.

Chief Coroner - Drowning Revue

Ontario Lifesaving Society Drowning Report 2017