Canada Protection Plan

Township develops Brock Emergency Response Benefit to support local businesses

The Township of Brock has set up a $150,000 Emergency Response Benefit to support local businesses.

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Seasonal changes at public works during COVID-19

Spring clean up of parks and public spaces, beaches and harbour clean up, seasonal preparations of sport fields and facility grounds, and lawn maintenance as well as gardens and hanging baskets are underway with some changes to the services to protect the health and well being of the community and Township of Brock staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Township issues COVID-19 update (April 8)

Further to our update on March 31, 2020, where the Township announced that we were 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, the Township would like to provide the following update:

Township issues COVID-19 update (April 2)

With the warm weather fast approaching, the Township would like to remind residents that all playground structures and park amenities, including sports fields, skate parks, walking trails (Beaverton Lions Walking Loop and Sunderland Lions Walking Trail), parking lots, basketball courts, tennis courts, picnic shelters, splash pads, beaches (including the Beaverton Harbour and pier), boat launch, and boat docks will be closed until further notice.