Councillor Gower provides update on impact of Province’s stay-at-home measures for City services

Councillor Gower has shared an update on some of the key points on the impact the Province’s new stay-at-home measures will effect services and recreation. Read more on Councillor Gower’s website.

Key points:

  • Outdoor rinks – community and refrigerated – and sledding hills will remain open with the current 25-person capacity restriction and masking requirements outlined in the order issued by Ottawa’s Medical Officer of Health. Outdoor refrigerated rinks will continue to operate with the online reservation system on ottawa.ca/skating.
  • Ottawa Public Library facilities will remain closed – including the bookmobile – but will continue to provide contactless curbside services.
  • To support those staying home during these provincial measures, By-law and Regulatory Services will not be enforcing overtime parking on streets that do not have posted time limits. All other parking restrictions that ensure safety and mobility remain in effect, including parking bans due to snow accumulation, no-stopping zones, no-parking zones, fire routes, accessible parking spaces, pay and display, and rules around sidewalks, driveways and fire hydrants.
  • Residents can go to myservice.ottawa.ca to pay water bills and your interim property taxes. If you do not have an account, registration is simple – just sign-up with your email address. Once registered, you’ll need your account or property roll number to pay your bill.

More info: Find out about the declaration of emergency and the latest public health measures, advice and restrictions as we continue to respond to the challenge of  COVID-19: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/zones-and-restrictions.


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