Tips to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19
The COVID-19 virus continues to evolve and circulate in our communities. Everyone has a role to play to reduce the spread. The actions you take will protect you, loved ones, and those most vulnerable in our community. The continued community spread requires that everyone take responsibility for assessing their personal level of risk and take precautions when out in public.
It is strongly recommended that you continue to wear a mask in all indoor public places to protect against viral spread and severe illness. The Township would like to also stress the importance of vaccination and practicing all other personal protective health behaviours, such as limiting your number of close contacts, maintaining physical distance, staying home when ill, and practicing good hand hygiene
It is possible to be re-infected with COVID-19, so individuals who have been previously infected should continue to take steps to reduce their risk of exposure, including staying up to date on all vaccinations you are eligible for, including your booster doses. These simple yet crucial measures will help reduce the spread of disease.
Status of the Municipal Administration Office:
Open to the public with some services offered by appointment only
The services listed below are being offered by appointment only:
Effective Monday, March 21, 2022, masks are no longer mandatory for staff and visitors. The Township asks that guests respect one another's personal choice regarding masking. Members of the public are encouraged to use our online services whenever possible. A drop-box is available at the front of the administration office (130 Balm Beach Road West) for non-urgent payment and correspondence. Drop-box items and mail will be collected periodically. Staff continues to operate under a remote work protocol and same-day service may not be possible. It is recommended that you call ahead. Staff can be reached by email and will be checking their voicemails during regular business hours (Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.).
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Impacted Municipal Services
The Township of Tiny continues to take precautions to help protect our staff and vulnerable residents from the COVID-19 virus. The Township has made the difficult decision to cancel/postpone or turn to alternative means in the provision of some municipal services to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Effective immediately, the following municipal services are impacted: