Welcome to the Township of Emo

Next Emo Municipal Council Meeting:

Mon., Oct. 23, 2017 6:00 pm

To be held in Emo Municipal Council Chambers, 39 Roy Street.




Emo Municipal Office Hours:

Monday - Friday

8:00 am - 4:00 pm



Latest Newsletter:

2017 March Newsletter (PDF)



Document Request Form (PDF)

Water Complaint Form (PDF)

Customer Complaint Form (PDF)





News & Updates


Effective Tuesday, October 17, 2017 Florence Street will be closed

between Roy Street and Front Street, starting at 8:00am for approximately 2-6 hours,

for the removal of the secondary railway tracks.


The Corporation of the Township of Emo invites qualified persons
to apply to fill one (1) vacancy on the Township Council.
Interested perons may apply by submitting a brief letter
of interest stating their reasons for seeking a position on council.
Letters of interest must be in the hands of the Clerk-Treasurer by:
Friday, November 3, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.
For further information, please contact:
Bridget Foster, CAO/Clerk-Treasurer
Township of Emo
P.O. Box 520, 39 Roy Street
Emo, ON
P0W 1E0
Tel: (807) 482-2378
Employment Opportunities
Part-Time Zamboni Operator/Labourer - at Emo LaVallee Community Centre
Part-Time Canteen Attendants - at Emo LaVallee Community Centre
Casual Position - at Emo Toy Library/Resource Centre
Inquiries on available positions may be made at the Emo Municipal Office during regular office hours
PO Box 520, 39 Roy Street, Emo, ON, P0W 1E0 (807)482-2378  township@emo.ca
We thank all the applicants for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Fire Permits are required year round as per By-law No. 2016-29. 

Permits are obtainable at the Emo Municipal Office.



Volunteer Firefighter Recruitment

The Township of Emo is currently seeking new recruits for volunteer firefighting. Please see the links below for more information.

Volunteer Firefighter Application (PDF)

Volunteer Firefighter Job Description (PDF)



Ontario Trillium Foundation 

The Township of Emo would like to thank the Ontario Trillium Foundation for their generous funding assistance toward an elevator lift at the Emo LaVallee Community Centre. www.otf.ca




Ontario Electricity Support Program

 The Ontario Energy Board has launched and begun accepting applications for the Ontario Electricity Support Program.

A program designed to help reduce electricity bills for low income households. Please visit https://ontarioelectricitysupport.ca/ for more info.

OESP Informational Brochure (PDF)