To make a payment for a licence, permit or application, the Township accepts cash, cheque or debit.
The Corporation of the Township of Tyendinaga
859 Melrose Road, RR#1, Shannonville, ON K0K 3A0
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Most Permit Applications are available in the list below. If you have trouble finding the form or application please contact us.
Application and Permit Fees
Please make sure your property markers are always visible. All markers are $100 and the permit application available in the list below.
- $525.00 to rezone subject property to “Rural Residential” (for lots of 15 acres or less)
- $341.00 Quinte Conservation Fee (if applicable) Quinte Conservation Planning Information & Fees
See the Application Amendment to Zoning below
Blue box fees are $8.00 each and broken blue boxes are replaced at no charge when returned to the Township Office (859 Melrose Road)
- $20 per tag
- $100 per kennel if paid by or on March 31
- $150 per kennel after March 31
- Not more than three (3) dogs, over the age of four (4) months, shall be kept in or about any dwelling unit that is situated on any property that is zoned “Rural Residential” or any other property that is zoned some form of “Residential”.
- Not more than ten (10) dogs, over the age of four (4) months, shall be kept in or about any dwelling unit that is situated on any property that is zoned “Rural or “Agriculture”.
- Provincial Legislation – Pit Bulls have to be spayed or neutered as well as muzzled in public.
- Municipal Animal Control can be reached at 613-478-3547 for any dog issues.
The application is list below for you convenience.
If damage is caused to the roadway by reason of the moving of heavy vehicles under this permit the Township will repair the damage at the applicant’s cost. The applicant will have thirty (30) days after being billed by the Township to pay to the Township by certified cheque the total amount of the repair costs incurred.
The applicant shall notify and obtain approvals as required from the Ontario Provincial Police, Ontario Hydro, Bell Canada and any other affected utility as well as the appropriate road authorites
Please find the Excess Road Permit is listed below
Fire Permits are available for $20.00 (a calendar year). The open air burning permit is available in the list below, as well as the open air burning by-law.
3% of the value of the proposed prize (e.g. $250 prize cost would be $7.50)
- All documents completed with the Lottery Licences Authority (Clerk – Treasurer)
- Lottery Licence forms are available at the Township Office
$25.00 for each request. Tax Certificates must be signed by the CAO.
Cost: $2.50 per bag | Please refer to the “Blue Box Flyer” for accepted items
- Hours: Wednesday 12:00 – 4:00 | Saturday 8:00 – 4:00
- Tires are accepted for recycling at no cost
- Waste electronics are accepted at no cost
Marriage Licence Applications can be found online through Service Ontario, or below under Related Documents.
Tyendinaga Township does not issue Marriage Licences.
Information as of February 8, 2021:
Amendments were made to the Marriage Act to extend the three-month validity period for unused marriage licences purchased between December 1, 2019 and July 24, 2020, the termination of the first province-wide emergency due to COVID-19.
An extension period is triggered only if a province wide emergency is declared under the EMPCA. As a second province-wide declaration of emergency has been made, the validity period has been extended for certain licences issued. Please take note of the following:
- Licences issued between December 1, 2019 and July 24, 2020 are still valid and can be used until July 24, 2022; and
- Licences issued between October 1, 2020 and the end of the second province-wide emergency due to COVID-19 will be valid from the date they are issued until 24 months from the end of the second province-wide emergency.
Note: the validity period for marriage licence issued between July 25, 2020 and September 30, 2020 has not been extended. These licences were only valid for three months from the date issued since there was no province-wide emergency during this timeframe. If, for any reason, couples did not use their licence issued during this timeframe and still wish to be married, they will need to purchase another one.