The Township of McNab/Braeside is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and efficient service delivery to residents and visitors alike.
On behalf of the Council and staff of the Township of McNab/Braeside, we hope that your visit to the site will prove seamless and accessible. Over the next few months we will be continuing to update content and make changes that will make it easier for everyone to find the information they need. The friendlier 'look-and-feel' appearance and easy-to-navigate tools, along with more visuals, are also designed to showcase our township.
Welcome to the new Township of McNab/Braeside’s website, our window to the Township and the services we provide. It is our goal to provide the public with a clear path to access information, provide transparency, and assist to ensure accountability. I invite you to take a few minutes to explore the available resources on our site.
The Township is dedicated to making its facilities and programs accessible to everyone. Work continues on an on-going basis to remove any barriers that may prevent persons with disabilities from being able to gain full access to the Township and also to ensure that Council members, Township employees and volunteers are trained to provide services and assistance to persons with disabilities when required.
Emergency: 613-623-6000 or 911
Fire Chief Dave Hartwick: 613-623-5756 ext. 233
It is our mission to continually strive to provide prevention, education, and fire and life safety protection services to the residents and visitors of Township of McNab/Braeside. Through teamwork, dedication and training, the members of the McNab/Braeside Fire Service contribute professionally to the department’s success.
All garbage and Blue boxes must be placed at the curb by 7:30 a.m. the day of collection. McNab/Braeside Township policy allows a maximum of two regular sized green garbage bags. Bag size is 26"x 32 ½" or an equivalent container of 67 litres each week.
Tenders, Quotes and Job Postings are posted on the Township website on an as-needed basis and are also published in local newspapers. Any resumes received by the Township when there are no job openings are placed on file and are not considered for future employment opportunities.
The Township of McNab/Braeside’s Planning Advisory Committee is comprised of Council Members and meets on the second Tuesday of each month.
This department is responsible for the maintenance of 101 kms of paved and 99 kms of unpaved roads in the Township.