1 Pembroke St E
Pembroke ON K8A 3J5
Phone: (613) 735-6821
Animal Control Services
Economic Development, Culture & Tourism
Parks & Recreation Department
Bylaw Enforcement Services
The City's Administration Department consists of the Clerk/CAO, Deputy Clerk and a Confidential Secretary. The Clerk/CAO is responsible for conducting Council meetings and ensuring that their decisions are carried through. The Administration...
Animal Control Animal Control Services for the City of Pembroke are contracted out to PRO-TEC 5 Inc. who can be contacted at 613-504-1550 or by email. Animal Control Services enforce the Animal Control By-law 2005-58 and its...
Parking tickets are payable at City Hall (located at 1 Pembroke Street East) from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Online Parking Ticket Complaint Form *NEW* Under the Planning and Building Department, By-law Enforcement...
The City’s Building Department reviews and issues building, plumbing, demolition, sign and swimming pool permits for all development within Pembroke. The Building Department also oversees the Property Standards By-law and the Sign By-law.
If you're looking to start a new business, invest in Pembroke, or have inquiries about business and commerce in the City of Pembroke, the Economic Development Department can assist you. Our goal is to make your decision to locate in Pembroke a positive one!
Heather Salovaara, Economic Development Officer
613-735-6821 ext. 1500
Heather Sutherland, Tourism & Communications Officer
613-735-6821 ext. 1515
Human Resources is responsible for managing the Corporate Human Resources functions including recruitment, benefits, wage and salary administration, labour and staff relations and negotiations and administration of collective agreements.
Under the direction of the Operations Committee of Council and City Council, the mandate of the Operations Department is to administer and manage public infrastructure including water mains, sanitary sewers and storm sewers, municipal roads, bridges and sidewalks, public parks and facilities, capital projects, the Utilities facilities including Water Purification Plant & Pollution Control Plant, and oversees the collection program of garbage, recycling and organic material.
Land use planning affects almost every aspect of life. It helps decide where in our community homes and industries should be built; where parks and schools should be located; and where roads, sewers and other essential services should be provided.
The Parks & Recreation Department oversees the planning and implementation of recreation programs, bookings for city owned facilities, and special events.