Joining the Online/Virtual Meeting on April 12
The Town of Mono uses GoToMeeting for its online/virtual meetings.
If you are using a Windows computer with Google's Chrome web browser installed, you can join the meeting on the web by going to
If you are using a Mac computer, Windows computer without Chrome or a smartphone or tablet, you may join by downloading the GoToMeeting software and entering the Meeting / Access ID: 780-179-221
The password will need to be entered via this platform as well: pnlcm412
Download the GoToMeeting App
If you have a mobile device or other device that does not meet the compatibility requirements to join on the web, you may need to download the GoToMeeting App. The app is available for desktop and mobile devices.
Testing Your Audio Set Up
The usual cause of not being able to hear others or to be heard is that software is trying to access inactive hardware. You can test your speakers and microphone before you need to use them.
Calling into the Meeting
For the best experience, it is highly recommended to join the meeting using software. If you are unable to join using the web or software version, you can also call into the meeting:
Long-distance (Canada): +1 (647) 497-9373
Follow the voice prompts and enter the Meeting ID / Access Code: 780-179-221
If you are able, please mute the receiver/microphone on your telephone and only unmute when given the opportunity to speak.
CVC's Planned Events in 2022
- Canada Day Celebration on July 1, 2022 from 5 to 9:30 pm
- Wedding on July 30, 2022 from 5 to 9 pm
- Music in the Park on August 6, 2022 from 5 to 9 pm
- Music in the Park on August 13, 2022 from 5 to 9 pm
- Music in the Park on August 27, 2022 from 5 to 8 pm
- Music in the Park on September 3, 2022 from 5 to 8 pm
- Music in the Park on September 17, 2022 from 5 to 8 pm
CVC's Rationale for Why an Exemption Should Be Granted
Credit Valley Conservation will work with its neighbours and surrounding communities to mitigate any concerns. This can be achieved by working in collaboration with the Town of Mono's by-law officer and measure the noise levels with an approved sound measuring device at the closest points of reception adjacent to Island Lake Conservation Area during the listed event. These measurements will be recorded, and the information will be submitted to the Town of Mono and their noise by-law officer within seven days after the event.
Credit Valley Conservation has demonstrated in the past that they have exceeded expectations for ensuring compliance to previous noise by-law exemption requests.
In the Fall of 2021 CVC hosted 3 events that had amplified sound, namely, a music in the park series. These music events ended by 5:00pm to meet the noise by-law requirements and CVC did not receive a single complaint.
Steps to Bring about Compliance to this Bylaw
Credit Valley Conservation will ensure that sound levels do not exceed 55dB at the points of reception and take remedial actions if they do exceed this threshold.
Credit Valley Conservation will provide the Town of Mono's noise by-law officer with contact numbers for the onsite Superintendent in charge of the event to make any recommended adjustments to the sound levels immediately.
As per the requirements of the Noise Bylaw, the exemption request will be published in a local newspaper for general circulation within the municipality.
Credit Valley Conservation will post the upcoming event at all sanctioned access points to the conservation area within 30 days of the event.