News & Notices
Please take notice that the Town Hall facility and all in-person Customer Service Desks are now closed until further notice. The Town will continue to offer services online and over the phone.
The Town’s critical and essential services, including fire services, drinking water & wastewater treatment, snow clearing, enforcement of priority bylaws, and essential customer services will continue.
This temporary closure is part of the Town of Collingwood’s proactive efforts to help get ahead of COVID-19 and to protect Residents and Staff. Please exercise Social Distancing and Self-Isolation.
Please take notice that Ferguson Road will be closed from Park Road to Oak Street on Monday, March 16 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM due to watermain break.
Please take notice that the Collingwood Public Library is now closed until Sunday, April 5. This temporary closure is part of the Town of Collingwood’s proactive efforts to help get ahead of COVID-19 and to protect Residents and Staff.
Please take notice that the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena, Central Park Arena, Collingwood Museum, Centennial Aquatic Centre, and the Simcoe Street Theatre are now closed until the end of March. The Collingwood Public Library is closed until Sunday, April 5.
The Town of Collingwood is encouraging residents to show their support and appreciation for their neighbourhood Crossing Guards on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 for School Crossing Guard Appreciation Day. Join in by celebrating the School Crossing Guards across the Province of Ontario!
The new Town of Collingwood municipal website has once again been internationally recognized, this time as a 2020 Gold Winner at the AVA Digital Awards.
A Public Information Centre (PIC) has been scheduled to provide an opportunity for all interested parties to review the alternatives developed for the WTP expansion and to discuss the project with the study team. The PIC has been scheduled for Tuesday March 24, 2020, 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Collingwood Public Library, Community Rooms B & C (55 Ste. Marie St, Collingwood, ON L9Y 0W6)
Floods in Ontario are typically caused by melting snow, ice jams, high lake levels, heavy rains and thunderstorms. They can happen at any time of year and in urban and rural areas. Flash flooding can occur in significant rain storms—often with little or no warning.
Experience Collingwood! The Spring & Summer Community Activity Guide is now available online! Biking, Hiking, Sailing, Paddling, Fishing, Trails, Parks, Recreation & Well-being, Vibrant Seasonal Festivals & Entertainment, and so much more. Enjoy the fun of a thrilling Spring & Summer in Collingwood.
Please take notice that Niagara Street will be closed at Huron Street/Highway 26 on Tuesday, March 10 from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM for emergency road paving due to watermain break. Access for local traffic to Niagara Street will be via St. Lawrence Street.