At the Horseshoe Valley Property Owners Association, we strive to enhance the quality of community life by advocating issues or interests affecting our members. Read More
Check out the News Posts and Upcoming events along the sideboard of our website to get the most up to date information. If you have any suggestions for improvements to our site, submit a community interest article or advertise on our business directory, contact a Board member (email addresses available on the tab “About the HVPOA”)
Proposed Improvements to the Horseshoe Valley Road
Simcoe County is in the midst of a Class Environmental Assessment including 2 distinct projects. Project A to widen the road and add truck climbing lanes. Project B to include intersection improvements. Read more on the County website:
Residents in the Horseshoe Valley area continue to express concern with Project A which is suspected to be a project to create a truck route right through the centre of the Horseshoe settlement and resort area. There has been very little research to suggest that slow moving trucks are a concern; that there is a substantial amount of heavy trucks in the area; nor that heavy trucks have played any role in collisions in the area. Contact your local politicians to inquire about this lifestyle changing project.
Help Stop the Truck Lanes!
Community Bulletin Boards are located at post office boxes as follows:
· Line 4 and Highland Dr
· Line 4 and Alpine
· Line 3 and Highland Dr
· Pine Ridge Trail
· Country Club Lane
Please feel free to post items on the community bulletin boards that are of interest to members of the community.
The Copeland Forest Project
The result of a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Couchiching Conservancy will facilitate a process over the next three years that will result in a Copeland Forest Stewardship Committee, and a Stewardship Plan. Information required to make stewardship decisions will be made available, such as the four-season science inventory currently underway. In the first phase of the project will hold workshops on topics such as wetlands and watersheds and identifying animal tracks, and we will speak to as many users of the Copeland Forest as possible about how they use the forest, and what they value about it most. If you would like more information please visit the web site linked below.
Nurse Practitioner Clinic Information
Huronia Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic located on the 4th line – click on the link for more information.
Do Not Call
Have you noticed that those annoying calls have resumed? That’s because the Do Not Call only lasts for a year. So if the calls are back it means you’ll have to sign up again. You can sign up for the “Do not call” list at the DNCL website