- Fox Lake Association
What's New at Fox Lake??
- Current Fire Ban Conditions
- Covid 19 Advisories
- Town of Huntsville "Fireworks Bylaw"
- Cottage Rentals 2020
- Dark Night Skies at Fox Lake
- MWC Algae Quickguide
- Safe Quiet Lakes Survey 2017
- How does your shoreline rate?
- 2018 Muskoka Watershed Report Card
- 2018 Watershed Report on Mary Lake Watershed
- Life Membership Presentation
- Fox Lake Vision
- History of Fox Lake
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- Constitution and Bylaws
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- Huntsville / Lake of Bays Lake Council
- Hydro One - Storm Centre
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- Muskoka Heritage Foundation
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- Ontario Provincial Police
- Parks Canada
- Safe Quiet Lakes
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- Town of Huntsville
- Transport Canada
- Renter Guidelines
- Emergency Number Contacts
- T-Shirt and Hoody Order Form
Town of Huntsville "Fireworks Bylaw"
2.0 General Prohibitions
2.1 No Person shall cause, permit or engage in the Setting Off of Consumer Fireworks in the Town of Huntsville at any time, except as permitted under Section 3 of this by-law.
2.2 No Person shall Set Off any Fireworks in or into, on or onto any building, highway, sidewalk, Municipal Park or Municipal property.
2.3 No Person shall permit the use of Display Fireworks unless a valid permit as outlined in Section 4 has been obtained from the Chief Fire Official or their designate.
3.0 Consumer Fireworks
3.1 Consumer Fireworks within the Town may be Set Off as follows;
a) On any weekend between 6:00pm and 11:00pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday;
b) On New Year’s Eve - between 8:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. the following day;
c) On Victoria Day - between 8:00p.m. and 11:00p.m.;
d) On Canada Day - between 8:00p.m. and 11:00p.m.;
e) On Labour Day - between 8:00p.m. and 11:00p.m.
4.0 Display Fireworks
4.1 Only Persons who hold a valid Display Supervisor certificate, issued by the Explosives Regulatory Division (ERD) of Natural Resources Canada are eligible to apply for a permit to Set Off Display Fireworks or Pyrotechnic Special Effects.
4.2 An application package as prescribed under the Act must be submitted to the Chief Fire Official or their designate a minimum of 45 days prior to the date being applied for.
4.3 The application package shall contain the requirements as found in the Natural Resources Canada (NRCAN) Fireworks Display Manual: 4.4 The Permit may be suspended or revoked by the Chief Fire Official or their designate if the conditions of the permit are not being met or it would be unsafe to allow the Public Fireworks Display.
4.5 The Display Fireworks shall only be Set Off on the day or days specified by the Permit.
4.6 Property damage or injury as a result of Display Fireworks shall be the responsibility of the Person named on the permit.