Township issues COVID-19 update (June 10)

The Township of Brock would like to provide the following update in response to COVID-19.

The Township has been working to put plans in place to open additional amenities for our residents to enjoy including the Beaverton Harbour boat launch, skate board parks, tennis courts, basketball courts and walking trails. However, many of our amenities still remain closed until further notice.

In addition, the Township would like to remind residents to do their part in helping to continue to flatten the curve and the spread of COVID-19 by maintaining a distance of at least two metres (six feet) between themselves and any person living outside their household. Effective Friday, June 12, 2020 at 12:01 a.m., the province will increase the limit on social gatherings from five to 10 people across the province.

The Township continues to review updates from the Provincial government and information from the Durham Region Health Department to assess their local impact, as well as time to develop and implement plans to safely reopen amenities.

Beaverton Harbour Boat Launch – Opened Friday, May 22

Other Public Boat Launches – Closed at this time

Beaverton Harbour Docks – Opened Friday, May 22

Beaverton Harbour Pier – Closed at this time

Beaverton Harbour Splash Pad – Closed at this time

Thorah Island Docks – Opened Saturday, May 16

Sunderland and Beaverton Lion’s Walking Trails – Opened Friday, May 22

Other Township Walking Trails – Closed at this time

Beaches – Closed at this time

Picnic Shelters – Closed at this time

Skateboard Parks – Opened Wednesday, June 10

Tennis Courts – Opened Friday, May 22

Basketball Courts – Opened Wednesday, June 10

Baseball Fields – Closed at this time

Sports Fields – Closed at this time

Municipal Facilities (including Municipal Administration Building) – Closed to the public at this time

Municipal Playgrounds – Closed at this time

Public Washrooms – Closed at this time

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