143 staff laid off after municipal facilities closed and programs no longer available due to public health crisis
The Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act allows police to levy fines during this period where no more than five people can gather in one place.
The Town will continue to monitor this situation and provide updates as more information becomes available.
Virtual Council meetings can be viewed live on YouTube.
Orangeville Transit announces changes to ensure physical distancing to slow spread of COVID-19.
Stay away from closed park amenities for everyone's sake!
Relief measures have been approved by Orangeville Council to assist residents and businesses during the pandemic.
Emergency declaration gives the Town more flexibility during an emergency and recognizes the severity of events unfolding in the province.
The Town is posting signage at all parks warning residents to keep their children off all play equipment and play structures.
The COVID-19 Assessment Centre is open and will operate from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week
Town Hall set to close at noon on March 18 but some services still available by contacting customer service.
Public hours adjusted at Town Hall
Some facilities are being closed and municipal meetings are postponed until April 6.
The Orangeville Public Library is cancelling all programs and events next week including the March Break (March 16-21) programs.
Town following provincial and federal guidelines with respect to COVID-19.