Service Barrie provides the public with a central place to obtain information or direction regarding City-related concerns, and ask questions or provide comments about City services and programs.
Submit service requests, receive real-time updates, be notified when a service issue has been resolved, apply directly online for pre-approved payment plans, and much more!
Phone lines are monitored Monday to Friday, 8am–5pm (excluding holidays). If you are calling with an after-hours emergency (e.g. watermain leak, environmental spill, etc.) please follow the prompts.
Email is monitored Monday to Friday, 8am–5pm.
|In Person:||Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30am–4:30pm. Service Barrie is located on the first floor of City Hall, 70 Collier Street. Payments for invoices, bills, and property taxes are also accepted through the drop boxes located at the front and back of City Hall (Collier Street and Worsley Street entrances).|
|Mail:||Service Barrie, P.O. Box 400, Barrie, ON, L4M 4T5|
Service Barrie can help you:
|Pay||property taxes, water bills, parking tickets, business licence applications/renewals|
|Purchase||transit passes, garbage tags, community garden plots, subdivision papers/map, commemorative trees and benches, zoning compliance letters, marriage licences, commissioning services, pet licences|
|Pick up||recycling boxes and green bins, Waste Collection Calendar, pre-ordered engineering records requests, City of Barrie pins|
|Book||Art displays for City Hall, commissioning appointments, marriage licence appointments|
|Request||sewer and sanitary device drawings, construction projects and capital plan information, information about City services, building inspections|
|Submit||Barrie Transit feedback, applications for specialized transit use and general inquiries, building and zoning complaints, reports of graffiti, freedom of information requests, release of rear lot easement requests, water account cancellations, operations service requests (e.g. potholes, dead tree replacement, street lights out), or a claim.|
The Make a Suggestion forum provides residents with an organized way of expressing, categorizing, and collaborating on suggestions for their City; it also provides City staff with the means to identify and measure ideas that are supported by the community.
The City values citizen and stakeholder views and encourages all citizens to share these with Council and Committees in a respectful and open manner. Opinions and concerns can be communicated through informal and formal channels.