News & Notices
Please take notice that there will be a rolling closure of Hume Street overnight on Thursday, May 21 to Friday, May 22 from 11:00 PM to 6:00 AM for winter sand cleanup and removal. This rolling closure will take place from Hurontario Street to Pretty River Parkway.
Please take notice that Collingwood’s sailing school recreation programming will not operate for the Summer 2020 season due to COVID-19 limitations.
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Collingwood Public Library encourages patrons to continue to enjoy the many online offerings that are available: eBooks, eMagazines, eAudiobooks, databases (like ancestry.ca), children’s songs, stories and crafts, lectures, tech talks, online yoga, etc. These can be found www.collingwoodpubliclibrary.ca and via social media at www.facebook.com/collingwoodpubliclibrary
The Town of Collingwood’s Transit Fleet Renewal & Replacement initiative has received $3.4M in project funding from the Federal and Provincial governments.
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On Friday, May 15, 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.
Please take notice that with the Thursday, May 14 Provincial announcement that starting Saturday, May 16 public boat launches may open for recreational use, the Town of Collingwood is pleased to announce that the public launch ramps at Heritage Drive will be open on Saturday, May 16 starting at 7:30 AM. Town staff ask that visitors wait by the sign on Heritage Drive for staff to signal them to proceed to the launch ramps. This will ensure physical distancing safety for staff and the public.
Please take notice that Collingwood Transit and the Blue Mountain Link will not be operating on Monday, May 18 due to regular statutory holiday scheduling. Otherwise, due to preventative measures being taken to limit the spread of COVID-19 virus, Collingwood Transit will continue operating using the "Sunday Schedule" on Saturday, May 16 and Sunday, May 17 (unless notice is provided otherwise).
During the current Declared State of Emergency by the Province, the use of patios continues to not be listed as an essential service and physical distancing requirements remain in place. The Town is eager for re-opening and recovery, and understands the anxiousness to open businesses as the rules provided by the Province begin to be slowly lifted. At this time, patios and merchandise provided for sale on public sidewalks continue to not be permitted until further notice.