Services and Programs:

Solid waste

The MCFN Public Works Department provides pickup services for recyclable waste and issues landfill cards for the THLFS (Tom Howe Landfill Site).

To report odours related to the THLFS click here: tom howe complaint form

Infrastructure

Develops and implements standards and policies for the operation and maintenance of the First Nation’s infrastructure to ensure safety and to prolong the life of our assets for the following:

  • Roads and bridges – click here: notice_9-1-1__road_names for proper road names (click here: mncfn_map_4  for the MCFN map)
  • Roads vehicles and roads/grounds equipment
  • Communal water and wastewater lines including the lagoon

Note: Band-owned buildings and property does not include the industrial site (industrial building and plaza nor Native Horizon Treatment Centre).

Environment

Monitors the THLFS (Tom Howe Landfill Site) to ensure the landfill is operating in accordance with the THLFS Agreement.  Oversees and implements recommendations on other environmental issues as they arise such as the Boston Creek Baseline Study and the Nichols Quarry.

Cemeteries

Administers and maintains cemeteries on MCFN. Click here: MCFN Cemetery Policy 2017 for the MCFN Cemetery Policy.

Community Centre and DOCA Boardroom Rental Rates

To view the MCFN Community Centre Rental Rates, please click here: Rental Rates

Address: 2789 Mississauga Road, Bldg. #1, Hagersville, ON, N0A 1H0

Service Numbers:

Water/Sewer Line
905-768-1133 ext. 243

Gas Line
519-445-4213

Hydro One
1-800-664-9376

Bell Canada
1-800-400-2255

The latest posts from MCFN Public Works Department

NOTICE:  Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry 2017 Planned Rabies Control Operations; Rabies Vaccine Bait Identification.  For more information, click below.
2017 Bait ID Sheet
Planned 2017 ROVO Operations

Orange Shirt Day Contest!

September 30th, 2019|0 Comments

The Orange Shirt Society and Medicine Wheel Education are working together to create The Official Orange Shirt Day Text Book along with Phyllis Webstad, who’s personal story inspired the movement. A portion of the proceeds [...]

Origin of Orange Shirt Day

September 27th, 2019|0 Comments

Monday, September 30, 2019 is Orange Shirt Day. This is the story of Phyllis Webstad.   "I went to the Mission for one school year in 1973/1974. I had just turned 6 years old. I [...]

Bridge # 13 Complete

September 24th, 2019|0 Comments

Bridge #13 Rehabilitation Project is now complete and open. Many thanks to Premier Concrete Inc. which completed the project ten (10) days ahead of schedule and a job well-done!