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Beach Access Signs Stolen along Huron-Kinloss Waterfront

The Huron-Kinloss Community Services department is asking for the community's help to with acts of vandalism along the waterfront. Recently, beach access signs and 911 address signs have been disappearing, being dug up and removed. This offence causes disruptions for our Emergency Services as the beach access signs are also 911 address sign points to locate beach access points. These signs are crucial for a fast response in the event of an emergency call. 

If you witness sign removal, please immediately contact the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) to help stop this vandalism. The OPP have been notified and will be investigating.

Reporting Missing Signs 

If you come across any missing beach access signs, use the Huron Kinloss Connects App to report the problem, or the Report a Problem web portal, which is available from every page of our website in the blue banner at the top. To access, please visit

Alternatively, contact the Community Services Department at 519-395-2909 or

Together, we can address the issue effectively. Thank you for your cooperation and watchful eyes. Lets keep our beaches safe and accessible for all.

Contact Us

Township of Huron-Kinloss
21 Queen Street
P.O. Box 130
Ripley ON, N0G 2R0

Phone: 519-395-3735
Fax : 519-395-4107

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