News & Notices
The Parks, Recreation, and Culture Department and Collingwood Public Library are inviting children and youth to help us decorate the Heritage Park and Learning Garden fences. We are looking for artwork or poetry that fits with the theme of gardens and pollinators, this could include fruits, veggies, bees, birds, butterflies, flowers, gardens or gardening.
Please take notice that the Collingwood Museum’s onsite children’s summer programs will not be operating during the Summer 2020 season due to COVID-19 limitations.
The Parks, Recreation, and Culture Department has partnered with the Canadian Action Program for Children, the Environment Network, and Pollinate Collingwood to support a pilot community garden program.
Please take notice that there will be a temporary road closure on Spruce Street from Sixth Street to Fifth Street on Wednesday, June 3 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM due to water main repair. There will also be lane restrictions at the intersection of Spruce Street and Sixth Street. Local traffic only.
On Friday, May 29, Mayor Brian Saunderson, Fire Chief Ross Parr, and Inspector Mary Shannon (OPP) provided an update to local media via a videoconference that was also livestreamed on Youtube.
Mayor Brian Saunderson proclaims June 2020 as “National Deafblind Awareness Month” in the Town of Collingwood.
Please take notice that with the recent Provincial announcements, the Town of Collingwood has opened municipal dog parks, soccer fields, baseball fields, pickleball courts, tennis courts, skatepark, and basketball courts for recreational use. These areas are available for individual activities while physical distancing at least two metres from any other person (i.e. no team or contact sports). There will be no access to facilities at this time (i.e., no change rooms or no washrooms), so please plan ahead.
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