Preparation for Potential Postal Disruption

The Township of West Lincoln has made arrangements to minimize the impact that a potential labour disruption at Canada Post may have on Township services. In the event of a postal disruption , the following options are available:

Billing & Payments

Property owners are still responsible for payments of amounts owing. If a strike is in progress, please do not attempt to mail your payment. The next water bill due date is November 1, 2018. As always, payments may be made:

  • In person at Township Office
  • With your bank ( in person, online or by telephone)
  • In the night depository box at Township Office, NO CASH PLEASE  (please mark your account or roll number on the front of your cheque)
  • By pre-authorized payments

Accounts Payable

Accounts Payable invoices can be dropped off at the Township office, faxed to 905-957-3219 or emailed to ap@westlincoln.ca

Vendors who are concerned about possible delays in the receipt of their payment should contact accounts payable at 905-957-3346 ext. 6724 or ext. 6722 to make arrangements

Vendors are encouraged to sign up for EFT payments by completing the Direct Deposit (EFT) Payment Form via the link below:

Direct Deposit (EFT) Payment Form

 Planning and Development Services

For any upcoming applications during the mail strike, the Planning requirements of the Ontario Planning Act, c. P. 13, R.S.O. 1990, apply.

With respect to any planning applications heard by Planning Committee and Counci, respective Notices of Public Meetings and Decisions will be communicated in the following ways:

  • Advertised in Niagara This Week Newspaper
  • Posted on the Township’s website
  • Emailed to anyone requesting a copy of the Notice in writing and providing an email address
  • Hand-delivered to those persons within 120 metres of a subject site specific application (public meeting notices only).

With respect to any planning applications heard by Committee of Adjustment, all required Notices will be communicated in the following ways:

  • Advertised in Niagara This Week Newspaper
  • Posted by sign on the subject property
  • Posted on the Township’s website
  • Emailed to anyone requesting a copy of the Notice in writing and providing an email address
  • Hand-delivered to those persons within 60 metres of a subject site specific application (public meeting notices only).