Author: Treasurer

Proposed 9 Lot Subdivision

The Municipality of Whitestone is in receipt of a complete draft Plan of Subdivision application for a proposed Plan of Subdivision on Lake Wahwashkesh. The Purpose of the proposed Plan of Subdivision is to create nine (9) residential waterfront lots on Lake Wahwashkesh in Part of Lot 28, Concession 9, geographic Township of McKenzie. The subject property is approximately 32 acres.
They will be holding a public meeting to consider the proposed Plan of Subdivision.
Date: Tuesday, July 19, 2022
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Dunchurch Community Centre
2199 Hwy 124, Dunchurch, ON P0A 1G0
Participants will also be able to join the meeting virtually through
by phone: Dial 1 647 558 0588 enter Meeting ID: 811 7132 2105 #

For details
see the complete Notice
or check the Municipal website for updates


On April 19, 2022, the Municipality of Whitestone passed a motion to be responsible for parking at both Wah-Wash-Kesh public landings.  The Municipality will be responsible for maintenance, enforcement and collection of parking permit fees in the near future. This year, 2022, will be a transition year, as WWKCA has already begun selling permits.  Enforcement will be a joint venture in the short-term transitioning to full Municipal responsibility.  As enforcement efforts will begin this year, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU DISPLAY YOUR 2022 PARKING PERMIT IN YOUR VEHICLE!

The Membership Certificates have been changed in an effort to cut costs.  You will be receiving an emailed letter containing the Membership certificate once the design is completed.

Thank you for continuing to support our lake!

Notice of Special Council Meeting concerning OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 2

Tuesday, April 12, 2022, 6:30 pm
Via Zoom Video Conference

For the Zoom link or call-in only details
Go to Agenda at which will be posted
on the website on April 8, 2022

The matters to be dealt with are:

Official Plan Amendment #2

Public input is a part of the Official Plan Amendment process and we welcome your participation. Delegation requests in advance are not necessary as the public will be offered time to speak on the matter.

As per the Procedural Policy Bylaw 40-2012, Paragraph 5:
The only business to be dealt with at a special meeting is that which is listed in the notice of a special meeting.