Most public facilities are being temporarily closed and social events are being postponed because of COVID-19.
The Township of South Glengarry is taking proactive measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. While the risk in South Glengarry remains low, the municipality is taking necessary steps to protect the health of residents. As such, recreation facilities and community centres will all be closed from Monday, March 16 to Monday, April 6.
From Monday, March 16 to Monday, April 6 the following facilities will be closed to the public, with all events scheduled to take place either cancelled or postponed: • Char-Lan Recreation Centre • Martintown Community Centre • Green Valley Community Centre • North Lancaster Community Centre • The Paul Rozon Park Building • The Jack Danaher Park Building
This includes all March Break programming (Char-Lan Recreation Centre) and the Business & Community Awards Gala.
Please note, the municipal office at 6 Oak Street, Lancaster will remain open. Residents are encouraged to conduct business over the phone and online where possible. To contact a specific department please contact: (613)347-1166. At this time, no cases have been confirmed in South Glengarry. However, the township encourages all residents to engage in public distancing and proper hygiene to limit the spread of colds and flu.
To learn more about Covid-19 and its ongoing development and prevention please visit the following links: www.canada.ca/coronavirus, www.ontario.ca/coronavirus, or eohu.ca/coronavirus.
For questions about COVID-19, contact the Public Health Agency of Canada’s public inquiry line at: 1-833-784-4397.