Municipality of Middlesex Centre
COVID-19 Update, June 17, 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
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Hello everyone,

I’m taking an opportunity to spread some cheer! Things are looking up when I can tell you about places to go and things to do …

The weather is decidedly better and maybe someone at your house would like a night off? Patios in Ilderton, Komoka and Delaware opened last weekend. I’d encourage you to check them out and support our local businesses! If outdoor cooking is in your plans, maybe stock up at the Ilderton Farmers Market which opened for business last weekend or the Komoka Community Market which is set to open on July 4.

Good news regarding park facilities and community events is covered in the rest of the newsletter – so get outside and enjoy it all!

Aina
Mayor Aina DeViet
Middlesex Centre Splash Pads Open June 19

We're happy to announce that the splash pads in Ilderton, Kilworth and Komoka will open for the season on June 19th! They'll be open daily from 10am to 8pm. To ensure everyone has a safe and fun visit, special COVID-19 rules will apply (see website).

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Heritage Park reopening June 19
Heritage Park in Ilderton will reopen to visitors on Friday, June 19, 2020, including the splash pad and skate park areas. 

The park had previously been closed due to large gatherings in contravention of Provincial COVID-19 Emergency Orders. Once reopened, municipal staff and OPP will monitor the park to ensure current Provincial Emergency Orders are being followed. 

Please practice physical distancing, avoid large gatherings, and take other recommended precautions to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Supports for Local Businesses Post-COVID-19: Webinar

Small and medium-sized businesses across rural Ontario have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Join local experts for a FREE webinar about the programs, supports and resources available for your business during this challenging time.

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Reopening your Business: Fire & Water Safety Considerations
Reopening your business, place of worship, or other establishment after a long COVID-19 closure?

Water Quality - If your building has been shut-down for an extended period of time, you must plan to flush your plumbing system prior to reopening to avoid water quality issues.

Fire Safety - If you are rearranging your business or workplace in response to COVID-19, make sure you keep fire safety top of mind! Your new space needs to conform to all of the existing requirements for safe emergency exit under the Ontario Fire Code.

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Light Up the Night in celebration of the Class of 2020!

With graduation ceremonies postponed, local school officials are asking residents and businesses to celebrate the Class of 2020 by decorating their yards with lights during the week of June 22. Let's Light up the Night for our local graduates!

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Ilderton Fair "Decorate for Canada Day" Contest

Ilderton Fair invites you to celebrate Canada Day by decorating your home, farm or business! First place wins two weekend passes to the 2021 Ilderton Fair! Entries due by June 25. See full details and link to entry form on website.

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2019 Audited Financial Statements Available

The 2019 audited financial statements for the municipality are now available. You can find them at the link below under "Financial Reports."

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Paying your Middlesex Centre bills
Just a reminder that as the municipal office is closed due to COVID-19, no in-person payments can be accepted at this time.

There are a number of options to pay, including pre-authorized payment, internet banking and mail. You may also pay by cheque using the drop-box at the municipal office.  Note we cannot accept cash at this time.

If you have any concerns about paying your bills due to financial hardship as a result of COVID-19, please contact the municipal office.

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COVID-19: Share your Ideas, Questions & Comments

Do you have ideas, questions or comments about how Middlesex Centre is responding to the COVID-19 emergency?

Share your thoughts using our online feedback form or by contacting us by telephone or email.
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Municipality of Middlesex Centre
Phone: 519-666-0190