Rawdon eases certain measures
Now that the Lanaudière region has transitioned to a green zone (June 28th), the Municipality of Rawdon will be able to ease certain health measures and, above all, restore public access to council meetings.
Consequently, citizens will once again be able to attend council meetings, the next one taking place on July 14th. To ensure two metre physical distancing between attendees, public access will be limited to a maximum of 20 people.
The library will resume its regular schedule on July 4th and all reception desks are now open. We do, however, strongly recommend that you make an appointment for a meeting with any department member. For efficiency’s sake, online transactions and inquiries are also very popular.
Summer recreational activities are being held outdoors only and the washroom facilities at our parks are once again open. The number of visitors allowed in a municipal building or on a site is still limited and Public Health sanitary measures must be observed at all times. Anyone entering a municipal building must wear a face mask. Community hall rentals are still suspended, as the Metcalfe Centre is being used to provide daycare service for the municipal day camp.
Finally, we would like to remind you that all precautions and measures taken are to ensure that the visitors of Rawdon’s recreational sites have a great experience.