The Township of Brock is extending the closure of all our facilities, indoor and outdoor, indefinitely as well as extending the burn ban until further notice, as part of our ongoing efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak, the Ontario government announced that schools and child care centres will remain closed to protect the health and safety of students and staff.
Brock Township has closed all of its outdoor recreational facilities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three residents of Lakeview Manor in Beaverton have been isolated after displaying symptoms of a respiratory illness.
The deaths of 11 people in Kawartha Lakes have now been attributed to COVID-19.
In follow up to the Special Council Meeting held today, March 30, Mayor Debbie Bath-Hadden shared the following:
“In light of COVID-19, this afternoon Council approved a number of measures to provide tax relief to residents and local businesses.
There are now close to three dozen confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Kawartha Lakes and nine deaths related to the virus.
Police are investigating a recent string of snowmobile thefts in Orillia and Ramara Township.
Two Kawartha Lakes Police Service constables are self-isolating after potentially being exposed to COVID-19 during an incident that occurred on Saturday (March 28).
A 24-year-old male is facing multiple charges after allegedly meeting two young females on social media and engaging in inappropriate relationships with them.