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The Point Edward O.P.P. detachment is staffed by Sgt. Tim Ives, ten officers and an office administrator who serve the residents of the Village of Point Edward and provide support to Hwy. 402. They are responsible for patrolling the Village as well as responding to emergency situations. In addition, they enforce a number of the […]

Animal Control

By-Law to prevent dogs running at large. All residents are required to control their dogs and to ensure that they do not leave their property unless they are on a leash. Owners of dogs found running at large can be charged in accordance with By-law No. 8 of 95, as amended. Animal Control Services Animal […]


Parks and Recreation facilities are a very important part of the services provided by the Village of Point Edward. You can refer to the Community – Parks section to see photos and find the locations of each of our parks. The Parks are maintained by the Public Works staff. They cut the grass and always […]


The Point Edward Arena is active year-long with ice in from the end of September to mid-April of each year and in-line hockey taking place on the specialized flooring for the summer months. The employees are very helpful and will assist, whenever required. Facility Hours: Winter: Monday to Thursday 7am-11pm; Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 8am-11pm […]

Water Department

LAWSS Annual Summary Report 2018 Watermain Breaks In the event that any watermain break occurs, please contact the municipal office as soon as possible. If a serious break occurs after hours, please contact the Point Edward O.P.P. and they will contact the Environmental Services Department’s on-call staff. Water Treatment The Water Treatment Plant to service the […]


The Bridgeview Public School (Grades 1 – 8) and the Point Edward Nursery School are located within the Village. The area High Schools and Lambton College are located in the City of Sarnia. Contact information: Liz Townsend, Principal Bridgeview Public School 205 Albert Street Point Edward, Ontario N7V 1R4 (519) 337-3295 Cathy Eyre, Supervisor Point […]


The Waterfront Park overlooks the St. Clair River and is situated under the Bluewater Bridges and has something for people of all ages: leisurely watching the boats go by, soccer pitch, baseball diamond, playground equipment, French Fry truck, gazebo, pergola and the Bluewater Anglers Fish Hatchery. There are a number of neighbourhood parks throughout the […]

A Brief History

The site was first recognized as an entity as the direct result of a 1796 treaty arranged between John Jay, the Chief Justice of the United States of America and the British Government which made the St. Clair River the International Boundary. A military reserve of 1,000 acres was set aside for defensive works at […]