All Municipal Buildings in Minto to Remain Closed Indefinitely
ALL MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS IN THE TOWN OF MINTO TO REMAIN CLOSED INDEFINITELY.
The Town of Minto continues to keep public safety as top priority during the unique circumstances surrounding COVID-19. After the provincial extension of the emergency order and consultation with many other agencies, all municipal buildings within the Town of Minto will remain closed indefinitely.
The Town of Minto municipal office, as well as, some recreation and culture facilities will remain closed to the public. This consists of all arenas, curling clubs (except for pickle ball), community halls, museums, theatres, playgrounds, pavilions, swimming pools, Launch It Minto and any other town run facilities.
Amenities open with limitations include ball diamonds, soccer fields, green spaces, park benches, pedestrian bridges, sports pads, tennis courts, basketball courts, shuffleboard courts, lawn bowling greens, and pickleball venues.
Essential services such as fire, water, wastewater, road maintenance and minimal building services will be the only departments with staff operating at the municipal office. The rest of the municipal staff are continuing to work from home. Residents are still urged to call the municipal office, follow the appropriate phone prompts and leave a voicemail. Staff will return voicemails when possible. If residents know the email address of the person they need to reach; electronic communication is encouraged.
For a full list of closures and information pertaining to Town of Minto, visit www.town.minto.on.ca or call 519- 338-2511. Updates also provided through traditional and social medias.
For further information contact:
Derrick Thomson, CAO, Town of Minto
5491 Highway 89, Harriston, Ontario N0G 1Z0
Phone 519-338-2511 ext. 222 Fax: 519-338-2005;
George Bridge, Mayor, Town of Minto
5941 Highway 89, Harriston, Ontario N0G 1Z0
Phone 519-338-2511 Fax: 519-338-2005;