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Bird Clean-Up  2011

Plan 656 Information.  Plan 656 Beach Ownership.  (Posted: Apr 17, 2012)


Did you know that your membership entitles you to discounts at the following local locations in 2012 ....




(Posted October 15, 2012)

Southern Georgian Bay OPP reports that Tiny Township has been experiencing a higher than normal number of thefts and break-ins.  

Reported Incident on Woodland Beach:
A locked, enclosed white trailer containing tools was stolen from the property at 2034 TBRS Woodland Beach the week after Labor Day weekend - Sept 14th or 15th. 
The incident was not only reported to the OPP but also WBPOA to make us aware of the incident.  
Neighbourhood Watch is no more than being aware of what is happening in your neighbourhood and reporting suspicious activity to OPP.
As neighbours we need to be aware of anything out of the ordinary.  Make note of a license plate, the model of car, time of day.   
Your information may be linked to another area reporting the same activity or vehicle.  If there is a crime in progress, a serious collision has
occurred, or a fire, contact 911.

Don't hesitate to call Georgian Bay OPP 705 526 3761 and then share the information with WBPOA

Please take the time to read the attachment above.  We don't usually send out reports from OPP but feel it was important that you are aware of what is
happening in our community, especially with the increase in incidents this year.
John Price
Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator for Woodland Beach



Effective Immediately Woodland Beach Residents are now 
Tiny, ON, L0L 1P1

You may be wondering about the tall posts that the Township has erected at the beach access points. According to the information we have received from the Township, they will serve to post 911 Emergency street address locations to allow Emergency Services to clearly identify the location of a person in distress. This process has begun in the south end ( Woodland Beach ) of Tiny and will gradually progress north.

Posted June 16, 2010

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Preliminary Review of Coastal Conditions at Woodland Beach (pdf)

Posted Sept 16, 2011


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