Clearview COVID-19 Impacts

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

The Clearview Administration Centre is open to the public three days a week, Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM with a capacity limit of 2 people in the lobby at any one time. Booking an appointment to ensure that the appropriate staff members are available to service your needs is strongly encouraged. 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. In accordance with the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020 Ontario Regulation 263/20, S. 2.1 (1) staff will continue to work remotely except where necessary. Staff will attend the Admin Centre on a rotating, remote and in-office, schedule to maintain reduced capacities within the building. 

Masks are required to enter the facility and walk-ins will be screened upon entry and asked to provide contact information for contact tracing purposes regardless of vaccination status. Safety protocols, including enhanced cleaning, physical distancing, sanitization, and traffic flow measures remain in place. Services will continue to be offered online, over the phone and through the drop box at the front doors. Staff remain available by email or telephone with contact details available online at www.clearview.ca/staff-directory.

Property tax, utility bills and burn permits remain accessible online at www.clearview.ca/pay-register-apply/online-payments. Payments can also be mailed in or deposited in the drop box at the Clearview Administration Centre, 217 Gideon Street in Stayner. 

Council, board and public meetings will continue to be held virtually for the remainder of 2021. Staff will continually review the feasibility of in-person meetings and provide a follow up report to Council in January 2022. Council Meetings are live streamed on Clearview Township's YouTube channel. Public Participation can be submitted via the online Public Participation Period Form and Planning Public Meeting Participation can be requested online via the Planning Public Meeting Participation Form.

Building Permits continue to be accepted by email or via the drop box at the Administration Centre. Payments will be by cheque only, received at the Clearview Administration Centre drop box. 

Building Inspections At this time building inspections are being completed based on the essential construction activities permitted by the Province of Ontario Emergency. For details visit www.clearview.ca/building-planning/building-permits.

Clearview Arenas The Stayner and Creemore Arenas are open for the 2021/2022 season with COVID-19 safety procedures, including a proof of vaccination policy in effect. For details visit www.discoverclearview.ca/arenas

The Clearview Youth Centre is now open Monday to Friday 3:00 - 8:00 PM with COVID-19 safety procedures, including a proof of vaccination policy in effect. For those not comfortable attending the Youth Centre the At-home Activity Kits will continue to be offered. For details visit www.discoverclearview.ca/youth-centre.

The Clearview Public Library All branches of the Clearview Public Library are open to the public with capacity limits and safety protocols in place. Masks and self-screening are required to enter. Curbside service will continue to be offered for those who wish to use it. For details visit www.clearview.library.on.ca.

Clearview Public Transit Route 1 (Stayner) is running on regular hours. Transit fares on Clearview Public Transit have been waived. For transit details visit www.clearview.ca/transit

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

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.