Municipality of Middlesex Centre
COVID-19 Update, April 15, 2020
To help keep you informed of what is happening at Middlesex Centre during the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be sending out frequent updates on our website and Facebook and Twitter accounts, and through our e-newsletter.

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Message from the Mayor

Yesterday, the Provincial Government announced the extension of the Declaration of Emergency until May 12 in order to continue the fight against COVID-19. 

Like most people across Ontario, the residents of Middlesex Centre have continued to stay home and to observe physical distancing to limit the community spread of the illness -- and it seems to be working.

I want to applaud the efforts of all of you in helping to stop the spread, and to protect the health of others! It’s been a huge adjustment for individuals, families, farms and businesses -- and quite stressful -- but your efforts are making an impact.

Thank-you for your discipline, perseverance, kindness and general good humour. With some luck, the next 28-day period will show even more dramatic results, and we can start looking forward to a wonderful summer!

Stay safe and be healthy,

Mayor Aina DeViet, Middlesex Centre
Updates for Middlesex Centre Residents

Please visit our website for up-to-date information on municipal services, closures and cancellations. You'll also find links to social services and funding supports for residents, farmers and local businesses.

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Wondering who to Contact?

The municipal, county, provincial and federal governments have different roles and responsibilities in responding to the COVID-19 emergency.

This diagram presents the key responsibilities for each level of government, and can help you determine who to contact with any questions or concerns.

Special thanks to the City of Vaughan for inspiration for this piece.

Concerns about Respecting the COVID-19 Rules? Contact OPP

If you are concerned about people not respecting the measures put in place under the provincial state of emergency and wish to report a complaint, do not call 911.

The number to contact the OPP for non-urgent incidents is 1-888-310-1122.
Financial Relief Measures: Water & Taxes

Middlesex Centre Council and staff understand that some residents and local businesses may be experiencing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you need financial support at this time, please visit our COVID-19 web page and look under "Water, Tax & Other Bills: Payments & Financial Relief Considerations."

You can also contact the municipal office at 519-666-0190 or
Fire and Emergency Response

Middlesex Centre Fire Services continue to provide emergency response in our community.

Please note that to keep you and our firefighters safe, those responding to your home or other emergency situation will be wearing enhanced personal protective equipment and, as much as is possible, practicing physical distancing.
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Staying in Touch

Although the municipal office is closed, staff are working to provide as many services as possible at this time.

If you have any questions about municipal services, please visit the COVID-19 page on our website or reach out to staff by telephone or email.
Ilderton CIP Grants - Application period extended to June 30

We've extended the deadline to apply for Ilderton CIP grants to June 30, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The CIP grants provide funding for downtown Ilderton businesses looking to update their signage or facade. See website for details.

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Online Building Permit Applications using "Cloudpermit"

Although many building permits cannot be issued at present due to provincial COVID-19 restrictions, you can still apply using Cloudpermit. Building Services staff are reviewing applications so they will be ready to go once restrictions are lifted.

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Road Closure: Delaware Street North, Komoka

Reminder: Canadian National Rail will be repairing the bridge site on Delaware St. North in Komoka from April 22 to 29 and May 6 to 13. Work will be conducted between 7:00 am - 5:00 pm.

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Bluewater Recycling Association: Swords are not recyclable

BRA is doing a great job collecting waste and recycling in this challenging time. Let's all do our part and make sure only recyclables go into our wheelie bins. This sword, recently found in the recycling, could have seriously harmed BRA staff!

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Municipality of Middlesex Centre
Phone: 519-666-0190