norseman_park_2Red Lake - Gateway to Woodland Caribou Provincial Park

Located at the northern end of Highway 105, the Municipality of Red Lake is the most northwesterly municipality in Ontario. With a population approaching 5,000, our full service northern community is made up of six distinct townsites, Red Lake, Balmertown, Cochenour, Madsen, McKenzie Island and Starratt Olsen.

Situated in the beautiful wilderness of Northwestern Ontario, residents and visitors alike enjoy our area’s natural beauty, pristine lakes, rivers, forests, clear blue skies and endless opportunities for outdoor recreation.

Recent Notices
Asset Management Plan

The Asset Management Plan has been released. Use the link below to view the plan.

Note: It might take sometime to download the file due to its size.
Drinking Water System, 2013 Annual Reports
Northern Water Works has released the 2013 annual drinking water system reports for the Municipality of Red Lake. Use the links below to view the reports.
11 Fifth Street, Balmertown, Townsite Commercial

The Municipality of Red Lake wishes to advise the Public that property commonly known as "11 Fifth Street" will be sold to the Public by sealed tender. The property is zoned for Townsite Commercial with site specific for parking exemption (C1-P) use. Bidder shall include information regarding the usage, building style and size and development of property.


Sealed Tenders will be received at the Municipal Office located at 2 Fifth Street, Balmertown, or by mail at Municipality of Red Lake, P.O. Box 1000, Balmertown, Ontario, P0V 1C0. Sealed Tenders clearly marked "Tender to Purchase - 11 Fifth Street" must be received by 3:00 p.m., local time, Wednesday, April 2, 2014; after which time shall be publicly opened at the Municipal Office, Balmertown, Ontario.


Emergency Registration Form

The Corporation of The Municipality of Red Lake invites residents who require special assistance to participate in providing valuable information to the Municipality in the event of a Community Emergency. In particular, those that are most vulnerable in an emergency situation: the elderly, disabled, those with special medical requirements, those who live alone, have no local support network or means of transportation, etc. should complete an Emergency Registration Form.

The Clerk’s Office maintains a listing of the Emergency Registration Forms.  If you completed an Emergency Registration Form in 2013, you are not required to complete another one, unless your information requires an update.

If you require assistance in completing this form, please contact the Municipal Office at (807) 735-2096 Ext. 232






Upcoming Events

Thu Apr 17 @05:50 - 06:50AM
Circuit Training
Tue Apr 22 @03:45 - 04:45AM
Group Fitness
Tue Apr 22 @05:50 - 06:50AM
Circuit Training
Tue Apr 22 @18:00 -
Council Meeting
Wed Apr 23 @05:50 - 06:50AM
Combo Class

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