TOWN OF PELHAM DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY - MESSAGE FROM MAYOR MARVIN JUNKIN - APRIL 3, 2020

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What the Town of Pelham is doing:

The Town of Pelham's response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is guided by the expert advice of the Government ofCanada, Government of Ontario and the Region of Niagara Public Health. 

In order to minimize the spread of COVID-19 to both the public and Town Staff, the Town has closed all of its facilities, including municipal libraries to the walk-in public until further notice. 

During these closures, Town Staff continue to be available to assist the public, Monday - Friday, 8:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. by phone at 905-892-2607 or by email.

To conduct business at Town Hall, the Town encourages people to make contact by telephone or electronically. For matters where it is impractical to do so, pre-arranged appointments can be made. No meeting shall exceed five (5) people. For a complete list of employee contact information, click here

Alternative options for payment of taxes and fees include payment through a financial institution, pre-authorized payment and cheque payment. A drop box outside of Town Hall is also available to deposit cheques and documents.

We remind residents that all Council meetings are livestreamed through the Town of Pelham YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/townofpelham/live

Residents are strongly encouraged to practice physical distancing, limit all public gatherings to five (5) or fewer people, avoid touching your face and thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water.  Hand sanitizer is suitable when soap and water is unavailable.  While outdoor municipal parks remain open, it is recommended to avoid playground equipment, which is a potentially high contact area.

Returning home from travelling abroad?

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If you and/or your family have just returned to Canada: 

  • Self-isolate for 14 days 
  • Ask a friend or family member to help you get a supply of groceries & other necessities, don't go out and get them yourself. Have them drop at your door.
  • No visitors 
  • No play dates
  • Monitor your health

Travel Advice & Restrictions

The Government of Canada has a number of standard border measures in place to prevent communicable diseases from being introduced to or spreading in Canada.

Additional measures have been implemented including messaging on arrivals screens at the Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver international airports reminding travellers to inform a Border Services Officer if they are experiencing flu-like symptoms. In addition, a health screening question has been added to electronic kiosks.

All non-essential border crossings are no longer allowed. Crossings are for commercial trade only to keep Ontario & Canada's supply chain functioning. 

For more information, visit the website below for:

  • For travellers arriving in Canada
  • Avoid all non-essential travel
  • Avoid all travel on cruise ships
  • Safety and security abroad
  • Registration of Canadians Abroad

Travel Advice - Government of Canada

 

 

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