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Kawartha Lakes re-opens services in keeping with Step One of provincial re-opening plan

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Kawartha Lakes – As the province moves into Step One of re-opening Ontario, the following municipal services will be affected as of 12:01am on Friday June 11.

Parks and Recreation

  • Outdoor recreational amenities will all be open, including parks, picnic shelters and picnic tables with an outdoor gathering limit of a maximum of 10 people.
  • Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people will be permitted in parks and at outdoor recreational amenities with physical distancing and COVID-19 safety measures in place. Please see www.kawarthalakes.ca/COVID19 for more information.
  • Municipal sports fields, diamonds and courts will open for outdoor sports for
    training purposes only; no games or practices will be permitted. Physically distanced gathering limits of 10 people will be permitted.
  • Outdoor splash pads will open for the season effective June 15 with physical distancing measure of two metres.
  • Day Camp Programming is scheduled to begin Monday July 5 through Friday August 27. Campers must register for the full week and pre-registration is required. For full camp descriptions and to learn more visit the camps page of the municipalwebsite.

Customer Services

  • Re-opening of Lindsay Municipal Service Centre is scheduled for June 14.
  • The Coboconk Service Centre will reopen June 21. 

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Keeping informed

For more information on municipal services affected, please visit www.kawarthalakes.ca/COVID19.

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For vaccination clinics availability and eligibility, please visit the HKPRD Health Unit website.

For more information on the Re-Opening Plan, visit the province’s website.

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