Jump in the Lake Challenge 2021
COVID-19 Update: Shutdown
As of April 8th, Ontario is declaring a provincial emergency and stay-at-home order. These measures will be in place for at least 4 weeks.
- The stay-at-home order requires everyone to stay home unless for essential purposes
- Essential reasons to leave home include: grocery shopping, pharmacy, accessing health care services, going outside for exercise, or going to work (if you cannot do so remotely)
- Schools and daycares remain open, so accessing these establishments is also allowed
- Most grocery stores, pharmacies, and other essential services will remain open but at 50% capacity
- Non-essential retailers must close to in-person shopping. Curbside pickup and delivery is permitted from 7am-8pm.
- Restaurants are permitted to offer take-out and delivery. No in-person dining, indoor or outdoor, is allowed.
- A select group of stores are allowed to remain open by appointment only
Please see further details here.
COVID-19 Emergency Stay-At-Home-Order
If you have further questions, call the Health Unit at 1-866-888-4577 ext. 5020, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Non-Medical Masks Mandatory in Commercial Establishments
Here's What You Need to Know!
- Effective Monday, July 13, 2020.
- Business owners and operators are responsible for general compliance within their business. Click here to read instructions.
- Not sure where to start? Review the policy with your staff. Click here for the HKPR policy template.
- Be sure to post signs for your customers to see. See below to print the signs!
- Check out the HKPR factsheets here and here for answers to some of your questions.
- Still have questions? Check out the HKPR website at: https://www.hkpr.on.ca/2020/07/07/use-of-non-medical-masks-in-commercial-establishments/
Signs for Commercial Establishments
- Wear a Mask Before Entering
- As Businesses Start to Reopen, Protect Yourself
- Protect Yourself-Wear a Mask
Strengthening Community: New Wellness Centre to serve the Northern Kawartha Lakes!
The new Wellness Centre will be a hub for community health and community space for the under-served northern areas of Kawartha Lakes. By renovating and expanding the historic Train Station building in Coboconk, the Centre will offer more doctors and after-hours care, along with dental, physio, and many more services while preserving an important piece of our area’s history.
Want more info on this great community project? Please click here.
Drive Through Banner Gallery Unveiled...
Be sure to check out our unique Drive Through Banner Gallery connecting Rosedale, Coboconk and Norland! Local artists have volunteered their time and talents to add colour and art to our communities. Read more here...