Moderate Fire Rating:  Camp Fires (2.0 ft. dia.) for cooking and warmth ONLY are permitted.


Open air burning and incinerators, including burn barrels with 3/8″ mesh lid allowed starting at 6:00 PM and must be completely extinguished by 10:00 AM.

Only environmentally friendly products may be burned.

Camp fires are allowed for cooking and warmth any time.

If you have a NON-EMERGENCY complaint or require further information, please contact myself, Joe Readman at 1-705-788-4676.


Joe Readman

Deputy Chief/ Fire Prevention


2017 Ryerson Township Financial Statements

2017 Township of Ryerson Consolidated Financial Statements
2017 Township of Ryerson Trust Funds Financial Statements
Financial Statements 2017

Watershed Conditions Statement - Water Safety


Spring flooding in Ryerson

It’s that time of year again, when temperatures rise and the snowpack finally begins to disappear! But with that sense of relief comes the risk of flooding. Residents and visitors should be especially cautious around rivers, lakes and ditches, as water levels and the rate of flow will be unpredictable over the next several weeks. Please visit the links below for more information regarding flooding in Ryerson and throughout the Province.

Notice: 2018 Tri R Landfill & Recycling Centre Hours and Fees

2018 Landfill Hours

Landfill Flyer NEW FEES

Landfill Notice of Changes

Notice: Community Donation Policy

A formal Community Donation Policy was adopted by Ryerson Township Council on December 5, 2017. Ryerson Township will consider requests for a monetary contribution as well as in-kind contributions for municipally owned resources. The policy establishes eligibility requirements, identifies types of funding available, and outlines application and evaluation requirements. The policy and application are available on the By-laws section of the website.

Notice: Winter Operations

Pursuant to the Highway Traffic Act RSO 1990

Section 170 (12): No person shall park or stand a vehicle on a highway in such a manner as to interfere with the movement of traffic or the clearing of snow from the highway.

Section 170 (15): an officer appointed for the carrying out of the provisions of this Act, upon discovery of any vehicle parked or standing in contravention of subsection (12) ..may cause it to be moved or taken to and placed or stored in a suitable place and all costs or charges for removing, care and storage thereof, if any are a lien upon the vehicle.

If this vehicle is not removed forthwith, it will be tagged and towed at the owner’s expense.

Section 181: No person shall deposit snow or ice on a roadway without permission in writing so to do from the road authority responsible for the maintenance of the road.


Notice: Diabetes Drop Box at the TRI R Landfill & Recycling Centre

The TRI R Landfill & Recycling Centre now has a donation bin in support of Diabetes Canada.

Click here to see the poster. For a list of acceptable donation items, click here.

Superior Road Products Feature on Old Nipissing Road

Superior Road Products included a feature on the Reclaimed Asphalt treatment of Old Nipissing Road. Click here to check it out!

The Silent Killer: Carbon Monoxide Awareness

Carbon monoxide is often referred to as a silent killer. It’s an odourless, colourless and toxic gas, and in an enclosed space, such as a home or garage, even a small amount can cause serious illness or death. Install a carbon monoxide alarm and test it regularly, we can all take a simple but important step in keeping our homes safe. For more information visit