COVID-19 is a serious health threat, and the situation is evolving daily. The risk will vary between and within communities, but given the increasing number of cases in Canada, the risk to Canadians is considered HIGH.
The Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU) continues to work with our partners at the regional, provincial and federal levels to monitor the situation, and is prepared to respond to cases in our area.
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CLARENCE-ROCKLAND – August 31st, 2020 – The Clarence creek Arena ice surface will be available for rentals as of September 8, 2020. To ensure everyone's safety, this reopening respects the measures put in place by the Eastern Ontario Health Unit.
A maximum of 25 skaters will be permitted on the ice, while the total number of patrons in the arena will be 50. At the moment, spectators are not authorized.
It is important to note that change rooms and showers remain closed. The main lobby will be divided in two temporary rooms for the sole purpose of putting on skates. Participants are expected to arrive ready to play; they will have access to the facility 15 minutes prior to their booking and must vacate 15 minutes afterwards. Masks are mandatory in the arena, except for on the ice. Physical distancing of at least 2 meters must also be maintained.
Community Services will communicate with its regular clients shortly. To reserve ice time or for more information, please contact Martine Pigeon at firstname.lastname@example.org or at
613-446-6022 ext. 2314.
City of Clarence-Rockland
CLARENCE-ROCKLAND – September 2, 2020 – The City of Clarence-Rockland’s Client Service Centre will welcome residents without appointments as of 8:30 am on Tuesday, September 8th. The issuance of marriage licences will continue to be by appointment only, as was already the practice before the start of the pandemic.
Please note that for everyone’s safety, only one resident will be permitted in the Client Service Centre lobby at a time. Other members of the public wanting services will have to line up outside. Services continue to be available online and by appointment.
The construction service counter will also be open without an appointment, but strictly for the purpose of submitting and picking up forms. Client Services will continue to process payments for construction permits. Appointments will continue to be required in order to meet with all other municipal employees.
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