The Municipality of Sheenboro welcomes you to explore the beauty and natural wonders that await you in our municipality.
Please take a few moments to look around our web site to get to know more about some of Sheenboro's administrative services, history, businesses, and tourist attractions.
The Municipality of Sheenboro is selling the unused parts of their Fort William Dock. The docks are located behind the Municipal Hall should you wish to view them. The aluminum ramp is not for sale.
Tenders can be submitted to Fernand Roy in a sealed envelope, on any given Monday between the hours of 2:00 pm and 8:00pm, at the municipal office in Sheenboro.
Deadline for submission is June 1st, 2015 @ 7:00 p.m.
The municipality of Sheenboro is looking for a student to work for the municipality during the summer. Under the supervision of the town foreman the student will work 35 hours a week at $10.55 per hour for 9 weeks. The job involves working weekends. All interested candidate please send your resume to the above address before June 1st 2015 for an interview.
Please send your resume before
June 1st, 2015
Spring of 2015 has arrived and the folks of Sheenboro are busy gearing up for the 2nd "Irish Festival" to be held in Sheenboro and Fort William, July 24, 25, 26th.The Irish festival is a celebration of the Irish settlers who were forced to leave their homeland of Ireland during the time of "The Great Famine". It is difficult for one to imagine that some of our people travelled across the Atlantic, down the St Lawrence and up the Ottawa River, where they settled in this little village at the foot of the Laurentian Mountains, which is known as (Sheen)Sheenboro today.
As the old saying goes, on St.Paddy's Day everyone is IRISH. The same goes for the Irish Heritage Festival in Sheenboro. All are welcome. On Canada Day July 1st, Sheenboro is painted red and on July 24-25-26 let us paint Sheenboro forty shades of green.
Mayor of Sheenboro
Municipality of Sheenboro