|UPDATE 64 - September 25,|
King to begin offering limited in-person services
King Township will start re-opening some facilities and offering in-person services over the next several weeks in a cautious, phased approach, subject to demand and in conjunction with current public health protocols.
The ice pad at the Trisan Centre in Schomberg is set to first re-open on Monday, September 28, while the ice pad at the Dr. William Laceby Nobleton Community Centre and Arena in Nobleton is anticipated to open mid-October, subject to demand.
The expansion of Trisan Centre services and programs, such as fitness programs, the walking track and curling, are to be introduced sometime in October/November, subject to adequate demand.
Beginning on Wednesday, October 7, and every Wednesday thereafter, limited in-person services will be available by appointment only. The public will be served in-person at the King Township Heritage and Cultural Centre at 2920 King Road, King City. Only commissioning services (i.e. foreign pension forms, statutory declarations, affidavits) and the issuance of marriage licenses will be available. Priority will be given to King Township residents while non-residents will be accommodated subject to demand and availability. To schedule an appointment, call 905-833-4069 or email email@example.com.
Enhanced curbside pickup of Garbage Bag Tags and Blue/Green Bins will be offered as of Wednesday, October 7th as well. This service will be offered at King Township Public Library branches through their curbside pickup program. Phased openings for some King Township Public Library branches are anticipated mid-October. Please visit www.kinglibrary.ca for further details and locations.
The Municipal Centre at 2585 King Rd. will remain closed for the remainder of the year.
For more information, please read the news release at https://bit.ly/Kingphasedreopen.