Weather and Emergencies

Posted On Friday, July 16, 2021

Barb Clumpus (2)Hello summer! As the clouds float away and the sun shines on Meaford we welcome summer in full bloom. The beaches are lively, the parks and picnic tables are the scene of friends catching up, and there’s a tangible, happy atmosphere. It is exciting to see our downtown, harbour, and parks bustling with activity again.
Starting today Grey Bruce moves into a modified Step 3 of the Province’s Roadmap to Reopen. This will allow more businesses to operate at larger capacities,...

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Posted On Friday, June 18, 2021

Barb Clumpus (2)With Step 1 of the Roadmap to Reopen upon us, it has been so great to see some hustle and bustle returning to Meaford’s downtown core. Restaurant have set up their patios along Sykes Street, and the Meaford BIA is starting a vendor’s market beginning today that will take place in the market square, each Friday throughout the summer. I am so proud of how our community has worked hard to reopen safely, and is continuing to wear...
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Posted On Friday, June 11, 2021

adminWith the Province of Ontario moving to Step 1 of the Roadmap to Reopen on Friday, June 11 th the Municipality of Meaford is once again able to open some of our facilities to the public, and will launch the paid parking program at Memorial Park.
Municipal Administration Office The Administration office at 21 Trowbridge Street West is reopening to the public as of Monday June 14, 2021 with COVID-19 protocols in place. Visitors are asked to wear a mask and use the hand sanitizer...

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Posted On Friday, June 04, 2021

Barb Clumpus (2)With the Provincial stay-at-home order lifted on June 2 nd , things are looking up as we head into the summer months. Although many restrictions remain in place until June 14 th  when the new Provincial Roadmap to Reopening comes into effect, the light at the end of the tunnel grows brighter as vaccination numbers rise, and hospital admissions drop. It is encouraging to know that as our progress continues, we have much to look forward to in...
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Posted On Friday, May 21, 2021

Barb Clumpus (2)It’s the May long weekend, the much anticipated start of summer, and the weather is co-operating, but the stay-at home-order continues. We are happy to know the 3rd wave spike in COVID-19 cases is dropping and hospital capacity has improved, however in “an abundance of caution” the stay-at-home order is extended until June 2nd. Traditional Victoria Day celebrations of barbecues, picnics, hikes and bike rides with members of our households can be enjoyed...
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