Clearview COVID-19 Impacts

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

The Clearview Administration Centre is open to the public with regular business hours of Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Safety protocols, including self-screening, enhanced cleaning, physical distancing, sanitization, and traffic flow measures remain in place. The use of masks is advised and highly recommended, though no longer mandated. Services will continue to be offered online, over the phone and through the drop box at the front doors for those who wish to use it.

Booking an appointment before arriving at the Administration Centre continues to be encouraged for those looking to speak with a specific staff person. To book an appointment visit www.clearview.ca/staff-directory or call 705-428-6230. If calling in, please leave a phone message and your call will be returned. Staff contact information is available at www.clearview.ca/staff-directory.

Many Services Now Available Online for your convenience: 
Property tax, utility bills and burn permits
Building & By-law Services
Clearview Public Transit Fares  

Council, Board and Public Meetings Council Meetings are held in hybrid format and live streamed on Clearview Township's YouTube channel. Public Participation is invited both in-person, and electronically. The format for Board and Committee meetings will be noted on Meeting agendas.

The Clearview Public Library All branches of the Clearview Public Library are open to the public. Curbside service continues to be offered for those who wish to use it. For details visit www.clearview.library.on.ca.

The Clearview Youth Centre remains open with COVID-19 safety and cleaning procedures in place, including a regimented screening process upon entry. For those not comfortable attending the Youth Centre the At-home Activity Kits will continue to be offered bi-monthly. For details visit www.discoverclearview.ca/youth-centre.

Clearview Public Transit is running on regular hours. Safety protocols, including self-screening and physical distancing, remain in place. The use of masks is advised and highly recommended, though no longer mandated. Transit fares can be purchased online by visiting, www.clearview.ca/transit. Clearview Transit Cards are available and can be registered and loaded with funds, at the Clearview Administration Centre or the Stayner Arena.

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

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.