Clearview COVID-19 Impacts

Clearview Township continues to respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The Clearview Administration Centre remains closed, taking appointments for essential services only that cannot be completed virtually. To make an appointment visit or call 705.428.6230. Masks are required to enter the facility. Services continue to be offered online, over the phone and through the drop box at the front door. Residents are encouraged to contact staff by email or phone.

Property tax, utility bills and burn permits can be accessed and paid online at Payments can also be mailed in or deposited in the drop box at the Clearview Administration Centre, 217 Gideon Street in Stayner. Penalties and interest on overdue tax, water and sewer accounts are waived beginning with the March 2020 billing cycle until the COVID-19 response is over.

Council, board and public meetings will continue to be held virtually until further notice. Council Meetings are live streamed on Clearview Township's YouTube channel. Public Participation can be submitted via the online Public Participation Period Form and Public Meeting Participation can be requested online via the Public Meeting Participation Form.

Building Permits are being accepted via the drop box and by email.  Payments will be by cheque only, received at the Clearview Administration Centre drop box. No in person payments.

Building Inspections are restricted and being completed based on the essential construction activities permitted by the Province of Ontario. For details visit

The Stayner Arena remains closed to the public.

The Clearview Youth Centre remains closed to the public.

All branches of the Clearview Public Library are closed to the public with curbside service available. Details are available at Late fees will be waived however, returning materials by their due date is encouraged so that other patrons may enjoy them 

Clearview Public Transit Route 1 (Stayner) is running on regular hours. Transit passes are available by appointment at the Clearview Administration Centre. For transit details visit

Public Works, Recreation Facilities & Fire Stations remain closed to the public.

For more information visit

Please continue to follow the advice of the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit. The latest information on COVID-19 can be found on the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit - COVID-19 Updates webpage.