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Haldimand County Emergency Services Advising Residents Of Spring Flood Outlook, Asks Public To Stay Off Ice

Haldimand County Emergency Services is once again asking the public to stay off frozen waterways and cease recreation activities on ice due to unsafe conditions. Despite the moderate start to winter through January, temperatures fell below the long-term average in February with much of the watershed seeing above average precipitation. These conditions have resulted in

COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force Preparing For Community Vaccination Program In Haldimand, Norfolk Counties

Haldimand and Norfolk’s COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force is preparing for the vaccination of the general public over the coming months. As per the Province’s vaccine rollout plan, vaccines are first being distributed to priority groups, such as acute healthcare workers and residents of long-term care and retirement settings. Vaccination of Haldimand and Norfolk’s long-term care

Haldimand County Public Library branches re-open

Haldimand County Public Library branches are now open for in-person service. A number of health and safety protocols, including the required use of face coverings and social distancing measures, are in place. Branch hours of operation remain unchanged with one exception: the Caledonia and Dunnville branches remain closed on Sundays. Curbside services are still available

Temporary Repairs Complete On Argyle Street South And McKenzie Road, Both Roads Re-Opened

Both Argyle Street S. and McKenzie Rd. in Caledonia are now open. Crews have completed temporary repairs to both roadways, which will be maintained until spring when permanent repairs can be made. Affected portions of the roadway are: Argyle St. S between Braemar Ave. & Highway 6 and McKenzie Rd. between Fuller Dr. & York

COVID-19 outbreak declared at Grandview Lodge

A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at Grandview Lodge. As a result of protocols requiring regular testing of Grandview Lodge staff to ensure resident safety, one staff member was confirmed to have tested positive on Wednesday, February 18. At this time, Grandview Lodge is working with Public Health to ensure the safety of all residents

Haldimand County Now Accepting Applications For Seasonal Sidewalk & On-Street Patio Program

Haldimand County is proud to announce the return of its Seasonal Sidewalk and On-Street Patio Program. Applications are now being accepted for patios on both public and private property. Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions Haldimand County has extended the patio season for both public and private patios from March 15, 2021 until January 1st 2022