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Residents Invited To Learn More About Future Hagersville Library + Active Living Centre At Community Open House

Haldimand County is inviting residents to attend a community open house to learn more about plans for the future Hagersville Library + Active Living Centre. As part of the planned replacement of the Hagersville Public Library and in recognition of the need for more accessible public spaces given the community’s significant growth, Council has authorized

Heritage Centre launching sports history exhibit, offering ghost walks and more this October

The Heritage Centre in Cayuga is hosting three special events in October, including the launch of its newest exhibit, “For the Love of the Game” which highlights Haldimand’s sporting past. Mark your calendars and join museum staff on Wednesday, October 13 at 1:00 pm for the opening of “For the Love of the Game” and a

Registration now open for fall/winter 2021-22 arena programs

Registration is now open for fall/winter 2021-22 programming at Haldimand County arenas. Programs begin on Tuesday, October 12 and include preschool skate, adult skate, child’s hockey skate, shinny programs, public skate and open figure skate. The program schedule is available at HaldimandCounty.ca/recreation-facilities. Registration may be completed online at link.haldimandcounty.ca or by calling 905-318-5932. Before visiting

Fire Department asks residents to Get Loud! and “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety™” ahead of Fire Prevention Week

Fire Prevention Week runs from October 3-9, 2021 and the Haldimand County Fire Department is urging residents to Get Loud! and “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety™”. By law, every home in Ontario must have a working smoke alarm on every storey and outside all sleeping areas. Sadly, far too often do fatal fires occur

Provincial vaccination regulations in effect at county arenas, community halls

As of September 22, the Province of Ontario requires members of the public to be fully vaccinated to enter all indoor meeting, sports and recreation facilities, including county arenas and community halls (O. Reg. 645/21), with limited exceptions. By provincial law, to enter any County recreation or community centre, visitors and participants must provide proof

Haldimand County Council approves COVID-19 vaccine policy for staff, volunteers

On September 21, 2021, Haldimand County Council approved a COVID-19 vaccination policy for municipal employees and volunteers. The policy applies to all representatives of Haldimand County including all existing staff, elected officials board/committee appointees, volunteers, volunteer firefighters, the Haldimand County Library Board and its staff and volunteers. Grandview Lodge staff and Paramedics are covered by

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