Civic Complex Re-Opens with Limited Access

June 22, 2020
By Bob Peters

Cornwall Ontario – The Cornwall Civic Complex is once again open to the public – with limited access – beginning Monday, June 22.


Hours are limited to 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and the public may access services on the second floor only. A City employee will greet all residents at the North entrance to manage the number of people in the building.

Services available at the Civic Complex are limited to Planning, Building, and By-law.

To request online or phone service from these departments, please click here.

The walking track, as well as the offices of Economic Development and Financial Services, remain closed to the public. Inside washrooms are also closed, but outdoor washrooms are available.

Tourism information (visitor guide, maps etc) is available for pickup at the Complex door during the above times, or at Marina 200 7 days a week.

Signage is in place to ensure physical distancing. Protective guards are in place to allow staff to serve residents safely. Residents are encouraged to wash their hands, wear a mask, and stay home if they are feeling unwell.

City Hall opened on June 17 . All other City of Cornwall offices and facilities remain closed to the public. City staff are available by phone or e-mail.

For a list of open outdoor recreation facilities, click here.

For more information on how the City of Cornwall is responding to COVID-19, please click here.

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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