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Additional Municipal Services Available In Kawartha Lakes As COVID Restrictions Eased

KAWARTHA LAKES-Today the province eased COVID restrictions which will allow a number of municipal services to reopen with occupancy limits but continued safety protocols according to the City.

Customer Service
The Lindsay Municipal Service Centre and Coboconk Municipal Service Centre are open Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm. For service by phone, call 705-324-9411 or 888-822-2225.

Administration
City Hall and all other municipal administrative buildings remain closed to the public with staff available by phone or email. Please visit our online directory for contact information.

Public Libraries
Branches are open at 50% capacity. Visit www.kawarthalakeslibrary.ca/covid19 or call 705-324-9411 extension 1291 for details.

Lindsay Transit
Operating with regular service at 50% capacity.

Provincial Offences Office – Open at 50% capacity, 9am to 11am and 2pm to 4pm, Monday to Friday.

Recreation Facilities

  • Arenas – All Arenas are open for regular bookings not to exceed 50% capacity. COVID-19 protocols are in place, including mandatory proof of vaccinations.
  • Fitness facilities – Open at 50% capacity.
  • Pools – Open at 50% capacity.
  • Community Halls – All Community Halls will respect the provincial indoor gathering limits in place of 10 for indoor social gatherings and 50% capacity.
  • Parks, Cemeteries and Trails – The outdoor social gathering capacity of 25 must be respected.

All of the above facilities are subject to gathering limits and safety protocol. Please visit the city website for further details.

 

 

 

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