To lead collective action in support of the long term affordable enjoyment of our properties in an unspoiled natural environment.
To encourage responsible attitudes for sustaining the high quality of life on our St. Edmunds properties.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula is under a State of Emergency
Guide to the Bruce Peninsula for anyone who does not own property.
Anyone planning a getaway, a day trip, a visit to the area of the Bruce Peninsula – understand that everything is closed.
Ontario still has emergency measures in force. Please respect the order to limit travel to essential travel only.
Please do not take a drive to the Peninsula. It is over 50 minutes’ drive to get from Wiarton to Tobermory.
There is nothing open except a gas station. Should you have a problem with your vehicle, you may be fined for non-essential travel.
You should not use the washrooms anywhere on your trip north.
You should not enter any stores on your trip north.
If you attempt to go for a hike in a restricted park you risk getting a fine of up to $880 (there have been multiple fines laid on visitors in the area).
The Bruce Peninsula is not being “unwelcoming” we are being careful and asking you to abide by the laws and regulations set forth by your government.
- THE GROTTO IS CLOSED
- FLOWERPOT ISLAND IS CLOSED
- ALL ONTARIO PARKS AND COUNTY PARKS ARE CLOSED
- THE BRUCE TRAIL IS CLOSED
- This May long weekend will be tough, but not as tough as it could be, had we Ontarian’s not respected the Stay Home orders.
Please respect our small communities to the north of the urban centres, and plan to visit when it is safe to travel.
FOCA recently issued a COVID-19 Update that can be accessed at: https://foca.on.ca/covid-19-update-from-foca/
SEPO SPRING MEETING
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
IMPORTANT REMINDER about Lyme Disease: Blacklegged ticks are spreading to new areas of the province because of climate change. They can also spread by traveling on birds and deer. While the probability is low, it is possible to find an infected tick almost anywhere in Ontario. Follow this link for further information : https://www.ontario.ca/page/lyme-disease
St. Edmunds Property Owners Inc. originated in 1975. Since inception, “SEPO” has represented the concerns of many property owners in the former Township of St. Edmunds and recently throughout the entire Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula. Following amalgamation with three other local municipalities, some property owners in this part of the peninsula feel that they no longer have an effective voice in the municipality. SEPO continues to be a voice for all property owners and to reach out to similar ratepayer groups in the municipality.
SEPO members in good standing with paid up memberships are eligible for two benefits: 1) A bulk purchase price on propane delivered by and purchased from Sparlings Propane 2) membership in FOCA (Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Associations).
As a member, you can log in to learn more about these two offers. Log in is in the title bar on all pages of this website.
Membership is $20.00 per calendar year or $50.00 for three years.
You can become a SEPO member by completing the membership form online by clicking here:
Membership fees can be paid by Interac e-Transfer by sending your payment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can download and print the membership form Membership form 2020 – 2022 and submit it by surface mail to: SEPO, Box 152, Tobermory, ON N0H 2R0. NOTE: The SEPO mailbox is checked regularly, however, it could take a few weeks before your cheque is cashed and your membership confirmed.