RE: COVID 19 (Novel Coronavirus) & Impact to Municipal Service

With Ontario now in Stage 2 of the reopening plan we are once again able to return to some of our normal operations including:

  • MUNICIPAL OFFICE opening to the public during regular hours. There will be strict guidelines posted at the office entrance that MUST be adhered to, including requiring that face coverings be worn, only allowing one visitor in the building at a time and requiring all visitors to sanitize hands.
  • LANDFILL SITES continue to run without any service interruptions.

As with many services impacted by COVID-19 we are reopening in a staged approach. The following services have NOT returned to normal operations:

  • PUBLIC LIBRARY continues to provide items on a pick up basis as outlined previously, however the library remains closed to the public.
  • MUNICIPAL HALL continues to be closed for rentals and public events.
  • LENDING HUB has been suspended for this season. We hope to be able to resume this service in 2022.

Visitors may enter the facility by appointment only  when deemed necessary by staff. All visitors entering the municipal office must complete the the screening tool found here: HCM Visitor Screening Tool

To Register for Vaccination Appointments, Please See Below

***COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment Registration Link*** 

Please note: Vaccine clinic dates and times are only available based on vaccine supply.


HCM Mission:  At your service; working effectively to bring together people, partnerships and potential for a strong, connected community.

HCM Vision:  Providing a healthy, connected, and sustainable community teeming with possibilities for our citizens now and into the future.​

Incorporated January 1st of 1878 the Municipality of the United Townships of Head, Clara & Maria is located on the westernmost border of Renfrew County in the Ottawa Valley. Our municipality consists of the four hamlets of Deux Rivieres, Bissett Creek, Stonecliffe and Mackey and are located 2 hours and 20 minutes west of Ottawa and 1 hour east of North Bay. Our municipality runs along 60 kilometers of Trans Canada Highway 17 and is bordered by the Ottawa River on the north and Algonquin Park on the south.