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PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Town of Hudson intends to avail itself of the provisions of Article 72 of the Municipal Powers Act and become the owner of the following streets, described further in the summary description contained in the present notice, which...

Tomorrow (Wednesday) we are reinforcing the dams at 4 homes. Our most urgent needs are: vehicles (pick-ups, tractors, etc) to transport the sand bags, and people to help build the dams. If you’ve got a few hours to spare, chest-waders and a pair of strong...

Hudson residents who have constructed sandbag dams to protect their property are strongly advised to heighten and enlarge these dams in anticipation of strong winds forecast from Thursday through to next Monday. Waves created by high winds may crest over the dams or cause them to...

The situation has become extremely serious for our friends and neighbours along the waterfront, and with water levels predicted to rise an additional 20 cm (8 in) over the next few days, the demand for sandbags is intensifying. We still need your help as the...

Psychologists and social workers will be at Halcro Cottage (539 Main Road) as of 10 am tomorrow and will be available to meet with any resident who would like to avail themselves of their services. No appointment is necessary. Thank you to all the volunteers who...

At 11:30 am today, Mayor Prevost declared a STATE OF EMERGENCY for the Town of Hudson. The Canadian military is on site evaluating the situation. The Hudson Legion (394 Main) is open to any displaced person requiring a place to put up their feet for...

Water levels are predicted to rise 10 cm today (Saturday) and an additional 10 cm tomorrow (Sunday) as water from  upstream begins to flow into the Lake of Two Mountains and the Ottawa River. Residents living along the waterfront are urged to contact Public Security...

Thank you to all the volunteers who came out today; it was a wonderful show of Hudson’s community spirit! We still need your help as the waters continue to rise. It’s all hands on deck, beginning at 9 am tomorrow (Saturday) morning at the Fire Station,...