Noise Complaints / Parking Complaints / Animal Complaints - Who To Call?


Online Bylaw Reporting Tool

With the summer season coming it is important to remind residents that the Town of Midland has a bylaw enforcement officer who deals with the many municipal bylaws that exist in Midland. The most common bylaw issues are parking complaints, noise complaints and animal complaints.

Attention Boaters! Where To Bring Your Expired Flares - Not To Police/Fire


Marine Flares

With boaters starting to prepare their boats for the upcoming season, we are reminding those with old or expired flares, that they cannot be turned into Midland Police or Midland Fire for disposal. It is also important to note that they should not be discarded in your household or commercial garbage!

Traffic Accident Hot Spots Over Past 90 Days


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After fielding over a dozen questions about traffic accident statistics on Yonge Street since the Town of Midland's decision to put the street (between King and 8th) on a "road diet", it might help to show you how to view these stats on your own.

Transport Canada UAV/Drone Law Changes


No Drone Zone

In December 2016, Transport Canada announced new safety measures and requirements for the use of unmanned air vehicles (UAVs).

New In-Car Tablet Computers Go Live In Midland


Brent Walker Shows Off New Tablet Computers

Midland's front line policing just received an upgrade. Six years after installing Panasonic Toughbook laptop computers in our front line police cruisers, Midland Police has just completed the upgrade to the latest generation of ruggedized tablet computers and new GPS tracking technology for the fleet.

Questions Or Comments For the OPP Costing Committee?


OPP Costing Process

The Town of Midland welcomes your comments and questions about the OPP Costing Committee's process and asks that you submit them to the Town's Clerk via e-mail at kdesroches@midland.ca where they will get them answered ASAP.

What Are The Anticipated Costs of Disbanding Midland Police


Chief's Blog

Question From R.E I am trying to keep abreast of this whole policing debate and while I wholeheartedly appreciate having our own dedicated police force whose role is to serve us exclusively, I too am interested in the cost comparisons between keeping our police or contracting that role out to the OPP as many other small communities have done.

Text with 9-1-1 Awareness Campaign #T911


Beginning today, the Midland Police Service along with our contracted dispatch centre at the Owen Sound Police Service joins the national "Text with 9-1-1 Day" campaign.

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