Municipality of Middlesex Centre
COVID-19 Update, March 20, 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 through our website and Facebook and Twitter accounts, and through our e-newsletter.

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Message from the Mayor

I’m encouraged to see and hear news about how we are making out here in Middlesex Centre! 

The offers of assistance, sharing of information and tips, acts of random kindness, ideas of how to entertain little ones that keep social distancing in mind and ... the sharing of “COVID -19 humour” … have been heartwarming. I’m grateful that I live here because it’s truly a community that’s working together in a difficult time.

One of the things that can really make a difference in maintaining a community is to continue to support all of our local business and entrepreneurs. Small businesses don’t have the same kinds of the resources as big businesses and, by shopping and getting your supplies close to home you’re winning on many levels too!

While there is uncertainty about what lays ahead, once again I want to reassure you that everyone at Middlesex Centre is working hard to provide as many services as possible following the required standards. Please keep an eye on the website for the latest information regarding municipal services.

Take good care and stay healthy,

Aina

Mayor Aina DeViet, Middlesex Centre
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Municipal Services Update

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

  • Building Permits: Reviews & Inspections Available
  • Waste & Recycling: Collection as Normal
  • Parks & Playgrounds: Open (Practice Social Distancing)
  • Arenas, Rec Centres & Community Centres: Closed
  • Weddings & Licencing: Unavailable

Essential services like emergency response and water/wastewater treatment continue to operate.

Please visit middlesexcentre.on.ca/covid19 for up-to-date information on municipal services. You'll also find links to social services, supports for local businesses, and reliable COVID-19 information sources.


Staying in Touch

Municipal staff are available by telephone and email. To reach us, visit the staff directory on our website.


Bills and Payments

Please note that your water bills and any general invoices that are due on March 31, 2020, are still due on that date.

As the office is closed, we cannot accept in-person payments. However, there are a number of options for paying your bills, including dropping off a cheque in the deposit box at the municipal office and paying online through your financial institution. 

If you have any questions about your bills, contact our water billing or property tax emails.
With toilet paper in high demand...

Reminder: Do not flush personal use wipes (even if they are labelled "flushable"), paper towels, disinfectant wipes, etc. down the toilet.

Anything other than No. 1, No. 2 and toilet paper can lead to sewer backups and flooded basements. It can also damage wastewater facilities, and pollute our rivers and lakes.
Is your business affected by COVID-19?

Business Resource Guide

Middlesex County Economic Development (aka "Invest in Middlesex") has developed a resource guide for local businesses looking for support.
Local Business Survey

In an effort to monitor the progression of COVID-19 on local businesses, Middlesex County Economic Development is seeking your assistance in providing high level reporting so that they can advocate on your behalf with all levels of government.

Please take a moment to complete the survey.
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Municipality of Middlesex Centre
Phone: 519-666-0190