Welcome to Cobalt

A Parks Canada National Historic Site

Cobalt is a dynamic community nestled in the heart of the Pre-Cambrian Shield.  Named Ontario’s Most Historic Town and a Parks Canada National Historic Site, Cobalt enjoys all of the services of much larger communities in a relaxed lifestyle. The town’s modern infrastructure and enhanced telecommunications services afford many opportunities for individuals wanting to relocate or establish a small business.

Cobalt is well situated for the individual who is seeking an environment that ensures a superior quality of life while still being connected to the information highway. Cobalt boasts the cleanest water in the country having protected its water supply since 1917 through the Cobalt Municipal Water Act, unique legislation passed by the Ontario Government. The source of the town drinking water is totally protected from development or recreational use.

Described as one of the most interesting communities in the country, it offers a unique experience for residents and visitors alike. Come for a day, discover a century!

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Notice to the Residents of Cobalt – Garbage/Recycling Pickup Schedule

Notice to the Residents of Cobalt   We would like to apologize for the confusion we have caused regarding the Garbage and Recycling Dates on the Issue 4, 2019 Newsletter as the Garbage and Recycling dates has been reversed. Please see the following as it is the correct Garbage/Recycling Pickup Schedule.  

Animal Control Announcement

Animal control announcement Sept 2019

Please Reduce Your Water Usage

Notice of Reduce Water Usage

2019 Budget Announcement

2019 Budget Announcement

Road to Nipissing Lookout Reopened

Community Announcement Nipissing Road_June 2019

Upcoming Drilling Program on Nipissing Hill

2019_NipissingDrilling_Communication_SheetDownload

Have a question for Council? Here’s what you should know.

On March 19, 2017 the Town of Cobalt amended procedural by-law 2018-36 to include procedures  to enable the public to ask questions of Council without prior notice. Here’s how it works:   Questions by the general public shall be limited to a total duration of 15 minutes. The Clerk shall advise the Mayor/Chair once the prescribed […]