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City Statement re: Flood Warning

Posted: April 09, 2014

Update: Wednesday April 16, 2014, 5:00 p.m. The flow rate in the Moira River has continued to increase today and it is expected to continue to increase during the next 48 hours. Flood conditions will remain until the Moira River gets back below acceptable levels...

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Fire Chief warns residents in flood areas not to take situation lightly

Posted: April 11, 2014

Belleville Fire Chief Mark MacDonald has been preparing for the possibility of this flood event for several weeks and warns citizens that if they...

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Quinte Conservation Issues Flood Watch

Posted: April 07, 2014

Forecast rain for the next few days will cause local rivers and creeks to flow faster and higher.  Water Resources Manager Bryon Keene says,...

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Belleville names MacDonald City Clerk

Posted: March 28, 2014

Belleville Mayor Neil Ellis and City Council today announced that Matt MacDonald has been named City Clerk. MacDonald has been the Acting City...

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Thank You Flood Volunteers

Thank you to the more than 600 community volunteers and businesses that assisted with the flood efforts in Foxboro and Corbyville during the flood of 2014.

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Important Notices


Please note that City Hall and other City of Belleville facilities will be closed on Friday April 18 and Monday April 21 for the Easter Weekend.

The Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre will be closed on Friday April 18 but open for all regular events on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Belleville Transit is not running on Friday but resumes for regular service the rest of the weekend.

The Belleville Public Library & John M. Parrott Art Gallery and Glanmore National Historic Site will be closed on Friday and Monday.

Garbage and Recycling collection will be collected as usual on Friday April 18.


Curbside pickup of yard waste is coming in May for Belleville residents. Please place leaf and yard waste to the curb by 7:00am on the designated date for your area.

If your residence is located:

West of Moira River & South of CNR Tracks - May 3

West of Moira River & North of CNR Tracks - May 10

East of Moira River & North of Victoria Avenue - May 24

East of Moira River & South of Victoria Avenue - May 31

Curbside Collection Rules

Place leaf and yard waste to the curb by 7:00am on the designated dates. Place material in kraft paper bags; Plastic bags are not accepted. Material can be placed in cardboard boxes, canisters and bushel baskets at no charge; these items will be emptied and left at the curbside.

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With the recent heavy rainfall and melting snow, there are several areas north of the City that are flooded. Please use caution in these areas.

City crews are working to control localized flooding and providing assistance to homes in low lying areas that are at the highest risk of flood. If you are in danger and need urgent help, please call 911, otherwise, if you have questions about sand bags, please contact the City of Belleville (613) 968-6481 or (613) 968-6482 after hours.

Anyone concerned about flooding or ice jams may call the Quinte Conservation office twenty-four hours a day and follow the prompts to report any flooding. The numbers to call are (613) 968-3434 or (613) 354-3312.

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