City Facilities Close to the Public During Stay at Home OrderJanuary 14, 2021
Cornwall Ontario – City of Cornwall facilities are closed to the public as of Thursday, January 14 in response to the Province of Ontario’s stay at home order.
The facilities closed to the public include:
- City Hall (drop payments off at the mail slot by the front door),
- Civic Complex (curbside pickup available where needed),
- Municipal Works (call 613-932-5354 for assistance),
- Social and Housing Services (drop forms off at the mail slot by the front door),
The Aquatic Centre, Benson Centre, Cornwall Fire Stations, and Paramedic Headquarters and rural bases remain closed to the public.
Essential Services Continue
Although facilities may be closed, city staff continue to work remotely and are available via email and phone. Essential services continue:
- Cornwall Transit’s buses are running for essential travel and the office remains open,
- Waste collection continues normally, and the landfill remains open, and
- Staff are responding to complaints and reports – click here to flag an issue.
- First responders will continue to respond to 911 calls. Please wear a mask and keep your distance until COVID-19 screening is complete.
Outdoor recreation is permitted. Visit www.Cornwall.ca/winter for a full list of open outdoor facilities. Remember to keep your distance. Wear a mask if you cannot maintain a two-metre distance while you’re outdoors. Wash or sanitize your hands often. The Province’s orders do not allow for outdoor team sports.
- The stay at home order takes effect Thursday, January 14 at 12:01 a.m.
- Everyone should stay at home unless they are going to the grocery store, accessing health services, getting exercise, or going to work.
- Outdoor social gatherings are limited to five people.
- The stay at home order is expected to remain in place for 28 days (February 11). As more information is released by the Province, the City of Cornwall will update its procedures accordingly.
- City of Cornwall COVID-19 updates
- Ontario Enacts Further Restrictions on Business and Community
- Ontario Declares Second Provincial Emergency to Address COVID-19 Crisis
Business Reopening Toolkit
Cornwall Economic Development has put together a toolkit to help businesses reopen. The toolkit includes guidelines and a maximum occupancy calculator along with signs and posters that can be downloaded and printed:
We summarize the latest news about the impacts of COVID-19 on Cornwall businesses on a daily basis. Click on the following link to view:
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