Frequently asked questions (FAQ) – COVID-19
Our FAQ will help you find the answers to the most common questions asked regarding COVID-19.
You can also consult the COVID-19 section for more information.
The Town Hall is open for tax payment purposes and for some recreational services only.
All other services are provided remotely or online.
We invite you to consult the COVID-19 section for more information.
You can also check for the contact information of the municipal services to get in touch with them.
The Municipality does not have the power to intervene in such cases, as these are government measures. However, we invite you to contact the Sûreté du Québec at 450 834-2578 or at 450 310-4141 if you believe that the health and safety of citizens is endangered.
The CISSS de Lanaudière is responsible for publishing the number of COVID-19 cases on the territory, on a daily basis.
You can consult the number of active cases per RCM on the CISSS Lanaudière website.
Indoor gatherings in a private home or chalet are set for a maximum of 10 people.
2 meter social distancing is still required in indoor and outdoor public places, except for people living in the same household.
People who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, or are awaiting a test result, have symptoms of COVID-19, or have been instructed to self-quarantine should not participate in gatherings. This applies to the guests and the hosts of a gathering, as well as people who live in the same household.
The host and guests of the gathering must all follow sanitary guidelines.
We have implemented new access controls as well as new safety and monitoring measures at our various recreational and tourist sites (parks and beach), in order to comply with the sanitary guidelines decreed by Public Health.
The maximum capacity for these sites is fixed at 90% of the parking lot and/or 700 visitors.
It also the responsibility of visitors to respect the sanitary and social distancing guidelines.
Given the situation, the Municipality of Rawdon is not able to offer a fall recreation program in 2020.
The library will open on September 1st, with a new schedule. Until then, book loans are available by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by telephone at 450 834-2596, ext. 7162 or via the online catalog..
We invite you to consult the library section for more details.
Given the extenuating circumstances, the Municipality of Rawdon wanted to lighten the tax burden on its taxpayers by adopting a deferral of payment on the 2nd tax instalment, as well as a reduction on the interest rate on unpaid taxes.
For more information, we invite you to consult the COVID-19 section.