Puslinch Township Closes Indoor Recreational Facilities

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, the health and well-being of Township of Puslinch (“Township”) residents remains our top priority. The Township continues to work closely with our partners and public health officials to monitor and respond to new developments. The Government of Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health has recommended social distancing in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.

In response, all Township indoor recreational facilities will be closed to the public effective immediately from March 16 to April 5, 2020.

Residents are encouraged to delay any non-essential business with the Township or to consider conducting business online or by phone, where possible. Staff are ensuring continuity of service for essential services such as fire and road maintenance.

Taxes can be paid online through your financial institution. Burn permits and dog tags can be obtained online at Building inspections and recreation bookings/cancellations can be arranged by e-mail at [email protected] Additionally, there is a secure 24/7 drop box at the Township Municipal Office.

Further closures of public facilities will be considered as conditions change.

All Township parks, fields, trails and outdoor spaces will remain open and available for residents to enjoy.

“The Township of Puslinch continues to monitor the rapidly changing situation and will implement changes as necessary,” said Mayor Seeley. “The Township will continue to work with our partners and follow the guidance of public health officials.”

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