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Clarington still offering services to residents despite the closure of all facilities to the public

Clarington March 18, 2020/- Clarington is still offering some services to residents, despite the closure of all Municipal facilities to the public. Clarington has created a dedicated web page for all Municipal-related information during the COVID-19 situation. Residents are encouraged to visit, www.clarington.net/COVID-19 for daily updates and information posted at 4 p.m.

The following buildings and recreation facilities will remain closed to the public until at least Monday, April 6, 2020:

  • Municipal Administrative Centre (Town Hall)
  • Municipal Law Enforcement Office
  • Visitor’s Centre
  • Clarington Animal Shelter
  • Hampton Operations Centre
  • All Fire Stations
  • Alan Strike Aquatic and Squash Centre
  • Courtice Community Complex
  • Diane Hamre Recreation Complex
  • Darlington Sports Centre
  • Garnet B. Rickard Recreation Complex
  • South Courtice Arena, including the artificial turf field
  • Bowmanville Indoor Soccer/Lacrosse Bowl
  • Clarington Public Library, all branches
  • Clarington Museums

“We made the decision very early on in this situation to practice social distancing. Our facilities are closed to the public, but work continues. Staff will still provide services; we are just getting creative in how we operate,” said Clarington Mayor Adrian Foster.

Residents with any service-related concerns are encouraged to call the Municipality at 905-623-3379 or visit the COVID-19 dedicated web page, which contains service-related updates. Residents can also subscribe to this page and receive daily emails with the latest information.

The Municipality is committed to the health and safety of our residents and staff during this COVID-19 pandemic. We are taking every action to minimize in-person interactions while still promoting a sense of togetherness and community. Follow Clarington on our social media sites, Twitter @ClaringtonON and Facebook @MunofClarington, stay connected and informed.

“As you’re inundated with news, I would encourage residents to get their information from reliable and trusted sources. The Municipality is sharing information from public health and other levels of government to keep our residents informed.”

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Trust your source: access these government websites for the latest information

 

Media Contact:
Basia Radomski
Communications Manager
905-623-3379 ext. 2214

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