The Council of the Township of Beckwith are proud to announce, “Beckwith Then and Now” Celebrating 200 Years Books are available for purchase at the Beckwith Township Office: 1702 9th Line Beckwith $45.10 per book (HST included) The perfect book to share heart felt memories and original recipes from one generation to the next.
Public Works requests that property owners please do not place basketball equipment or any other obstacles on public roads. The Township will not be responsible for any damage occurring because of obstruction.
As of May 25th,2016 there is a Fire Ban on for any big brush burns that require a Fire Permit. You are still allowed to have campfires and burn barrels. Reminder that you need a fire permit for big brush burns only not camp fires (they are required from April 1st – October 31st). You [Read More …]
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- BECKWITH TRAILS CHALLENGE
01/10/2016 - 31/10/2016
This Fall - Fall in Love with Beckwith Trails! GET OUT ... CHECK IT OUT During the month of October we encourage you, your family,...
- THE DOO IN THE DERRY
141 Richmond Rd, Ashton
COME AND JOIN US FOR....... THE DOO IN THE DERRY Prospect United Church 141 Richmond Road October 2nd, 2016 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Hosted by: Jeff...
- YOUTH COOKING CLASS
455 McNeely Ave, Carleton Place
The Beckwith Youth Committee is Hosting a ...... YOUTH COOKING CLASS - A FALL FEAST Thursday, October 6th, 2016 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Youth Ages...
- BECKWITH YOUTH COMMITTEE DANCES
1702 9th Line, Carleton Place
The Beckwith Youth Committee puts on monthly dances for the Youth of the Community. If you are interested in getting an e-mail notification when there...
- ReMax Affiliates Charity Run for Lanark County
Join us for this family oriented Walk/Run to support abused women and kids here in our own community. We have prizes and a lot of...
WHERE TO FIND US
The Township of Beckwith is located on the most easterly side of the County of Lanark and is bounded by the Townships of Montague and Drummond/North Elmsley as well as the Town of Mississippi Mills (formerly Ramsay, Almonte & Pakenham), as well as City of Ottawa. It is approximately 24,335 square hectares in area. The 2006 population is estimated to be 6,387.