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For Immediate Release from the
Thames Centre Fire Department:
The Municipality of Thames Centre and Middlesex County have issued a County Wide Burn ban for burn permits and any open area burns until further notice. Please note that small camp fires strictly for food preparation are permissible, but they must be small and confined to 2 ft x 2 ft area in a pit with a grill or grate and be used specifically for the use of food preparation. Additionally they must be properly located with clearances of a minimum of 3 M from property lines, trees, shrubs, decks, fences or other combustible materials. Another notice will be issued when the burn ban is lifted.


In the event of a postal service disruption, the mail delivery of invoices from the Municipality of Thames Centre may be delayed. This includes Property Tax Bills, Water/Sewer Bills and Accounts Receivable Bills (e.g. Landfill, Recreation, Drain).

Although you may not receive any mail during this disruption period, you are still responsible for bill payments. Please contact the Municipal Office for billing amounts at (519) 268-7334.

You also have the option of receiving your Property Tax and Water/Sewer bills via e-mail. Please contact the Municipal Office at (519)-268-7334 for more information.

The Municipality of Thames Centre has many convenient options for you to make payments. Please do not mail your payment during this period, as your mail may not be delivered on time. Payment options are listed on the Treasury-Finance page of this website. (Town Hall >Departments >Treasury- Finance). Late payments will result in penalties.


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Thames Centre is a modern thriving municipality situated on the eastern boundary of the city of London, Ontario. Located in the progressive County of Middlesex, we offer the convenience of urban living with the less hectic pace of life in a community where neigbours and friends are often the same people. Our proximity to highways 401, 402 and 403 make Thames Centre's geographic location an ideal place to live, work and play.

Economic development in Thames Centre is always at the forefront. Information on commercial and business related services and amenities is readily available on this site. You are also invited to contact us to discuss your needs.

We are proud of the quality of service provided to Thames Centre residents. Our schools and libraries are second to none, as are our Recreational Facilities. We also strive to provide important and timely information on this web site that includes council agendas and minutes, water and waste/recycling programs, building permits, facility schedules and much much more.

Thames Centre was amalgamated in 2001 from the former Townships of North Dorchester and West Nissouri. We are a community of communities. Towns and villages within the municipality include Dorchester, Thorndale, Avon, Crampton, Gladstone, Nilestown, Putnam, Waubano and Wellburn.

We hope you visit us soon. You're always welcome in Thames Centre.