Open Burn Ban Rescinded

Open Burning (Category 2) is once again allowed within the Village of Midway boundaries. A valid burning permit is required. If you don’t have one, they are available at the Village Office. Also, a reminder that no person shall ignite or cause to be ignited any household waste, refuse, rubbish, garbage, plastic, or styrofoam, industrial or commercial waste under any circumstances.

Trail System Fire Safety

The Village of Midway would like to urge people to remain vigilant and be extremely cautious with any activity that could spark a wildfire.

PLEASE REFRAIN FROM SMOKING WHILE WALKING, HIKING OR BIKING ALONG ANY OF THE TRAIL SYSTEMS AND BACK ROADS.

The fire threat remains high all across the Province and it is up to all of us to ensure a major event does not happen in Midway and the surrounding areas.

Fire Department Years of Service

Fire Chief Walter Osellame
Fire Chief Walter Osellame

Congratulations to Midway Fire Department Fire Chief Walt Osellame on his 25-year long-service medallion and his 35-year long-service bar. And to MVFD Deputy Chief Keith Martin on his 25-year long-service medallion. The Mayor, Council, Staff, and Residents of the Village of Midway thank you both for your hard work and dedication to serving and protecting our Village and rural area.

Deputy Chief Keith Martin
Deputy Chief Keith Martin
Bob Peters

Congratulations to Midway Fire Department member Bob Peters on his 20-year long-service medallion and to Safety Officer Gordon Kamigochi on his 25-year long-service medallion. Bob received his medal in September of 2017 and Gordon received his medal in June of 2018.  The Mayor, Council, Staff,  and Residents of the Village of Midway thank you both for your hard work and dedication to serving and protecting our Village and rural area.

Gord Kamigochi

Gateway (Stekthal) Learning Circle

Gateway Learning Circle Midway
Gateway Learning Circle Midway

Thank you to everyone who attended the Unveiling and Blessing Ceremony of the Gateway (Stekthal) Learning Circle today at the Entwined Trees Park in Midway. A big thanks to our Public Works and Parks crew for all their hard work, time, and equipment used to prepare the site. More pictures can be found on our Facebook Page.