The year 2020 will be forever remembered as the year of the COVID 19 virus. 

You can learn more about the local situation relative to the public health response to COVID 19 at the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit website. At this website there are also links to Health Canada and Ontario public health information relative COVID 19.

For District of Muskoka information relative to COVID 19 you can go to the District’s website here:

For Township of Lake of Bays information relative to COVID 19 you can visit the Township’s website here:

In addition, for those who access Facebook, Mayor Terry Glover has been providing fairly regular updates to his facebook page @mayorterryglover.

The Port Cunnington Ratepayers Association hopes that everyone stays healthy and follows the guidance provided by our public health professionals.


Annual General Meeting for Members

July 21st 2018, 9:00 am

Port Cunnington Community Centre

Don’t forget to Renew Your Membership prior to the AGM!

Only full members in good standing have voting rights.

Got neighbours or family who aren’t members? Encourage them to join!

Can’t make it? Provide your proxy to another full or associate member. Ask us how!


Go to the website and renew on-line or download a membership form:

Do you have an interest in joining the PCRA Board? Let us know!

Email us before June 29, 2018:

Tell us why you’re interested and a summary of your skills/experience.

Announcing the Port Cunnington Peninsula Welcome-Safety Sign

At last summer’s AGM members suggested a welcome-safety sign be installed. The PCRA Board is pleased to announce a community safety sign will be installed this spring on our peninsula!
YOUR support is needed to fund the cost of this sign!

Donations can be via:
• Cheque (payable to Port Cunnington Ratepayers Association), mail to PCRA, 1011 Arts Road, Dwight, Ontario, P0A 1H0
• e-transfer (email
• or Paypal via this link:


  • Approval and permits from both District Municipality of Muskoka and Township of Lake of Bays have been obtained.
  • Sign has Welcome & Safety information, and includes smaller hanging signs to highlight community events
  • Sign will be 3’ X 5’; cedar sandblasted; primed and painted
  • Installed on 6” X 6” routed, primed and painted posts; overall height 9 feet.
  • Installation Date: approximately May 19th
  • Fundraising Target: $6000
    • Any funds raised above/beyond the cost of sign will be used to support other initiatives to the benefit of the community (e.g. Trivia night; First Aid course, Spring Road Clean-up)