Residents of LaSalle have been calling LaSalle Police Service to enquire about Service Ontario resources. There are many reasons why people need to talk to Service Ontario, from renewing their health card to registering their vehicle. Their phone lines are currently busy, but the website is available: www.ontario.ca
Service Ontario are advising that members of the public not visit a Service Ontario centre unless necessary.
LaSalle Police Service do not have the details of Service Ontario services and will refer you to their website for further information.
There are a number of services that can be completed on-line:
– renewing a driver’s licence
– reinstating a licence and paying fines
– ordering driver records
– renewing licence plate stickers
– ordering personal plates
– ordering vehicle records
– ordering used vehicle information packages
– renewing a health card
– organ and tissue donor registration
– address changes to driver’s licence, health card. vehicle permit and outdoors card
– getting or replacing birth certificate
– registering a birth
– getting a marriage certificate
– ordering a death certificate
– searching for birth registration, death registration, marriage registration records
– getting or renewing an Outdoors card
– obtaining a fishing licence
– obtaining a hunting licence
– searching land property records
– searching land registration documents
– registering or searching for a personal property lien
– applying for a PI or security guard licence
– – registering a business name
– filing small claims
– other business services
Please note that there have been extensions placed on certain items: these can be observed on the website https://www.ontario.ca/page/extended-validation-periods
Service Ontario is currently open for service Monday- Friday from 09:00 am until 4:00 pm at Unit 205 400 City Hall Square East, Windsor.
May 11, 2020
Assist Fire Department: Structure Fire
Officers were dispatched to assist the LaSalle Fire Department in the 2900 block of Front Road for a large structure fire. The officers were required for traffic control. The damage to the structure was initially estimated to be approximately $300,000 dollars. After investigation by the Fire Marshal there cause of the fire was undetermined.
May 13, 2020
Just before 1 am, officers were dispatched to the 1600 block of Winfield Drive for a suspicious male that was looking into a vehicle parked in the driveway. The reporting person heard a car alarm sound and looked out their window to investigate further and saw the male looking into their vehicle then walk to the side of their house. The only description of the person was a white male wearing shorts. Officers arrived quickly to the area but were unable to locate the culprit. No thefts were reported in the area.