Clearview COVID-19 Impacts

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

The Clearview Administration Centre is now open to the public with regular operating hours of Monday to Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Appointments are strongly encouraged to ensure that the appropriate staff members are available to service your needs. Services will continue to be offered online, over the phone and through the drop box at the front door. Masks are required to enter the Administration Centre and safety measures including glass barries, physical distancing and directional floor stickers have been implemented.

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. 

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit requires a face-covering (a medical or non-medical mask or other face covering such as a bandana or scarf that covers the mouth and nose) to be worn when using public transit and in public indoor spaces such as a grocery store, community centre, shopping mall, hair salon, library, place of worship, etc.

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.

The Stayner Arena is now reopen with strict safety protocols in place. For details please visit www.discoverclearview.ca/arenas

The Clearview Youth Centre has reopened with a maximum capacity of eight youth and strict safety measures in place. For schedule and details visit www.discoverclearview.ca/youth-centre.

All branches of the Clearview Public Library have reopened to the public resuming regular operating hours with the exception of Tuesdays where they wll be closed for increased cleaning. Curbside service will continue to be offered. 

Transit Route 1 (Stayner) is running on regular hours with fees and Route 2 has been discontinued. Transit passes are available at the Clearview Administration Centre and pre-paid cards from the Stayner Branch of the Clearview Public Library, now located at 269 Regina Street. For transit details visit www.clearview.ca/transit

Parks and Trails are open. 

Residents are encouraged to contact staff by email or phone.

For more information visit www.clearview.ca/covid19.

Please continue to follow the advice of the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit by staying home if unwell, washing your hands often and maintaining physical distancing from those outside of your household or social circle.