Quinte West is on the road to reopening

Quinte West City Hall and Frankford Municipal Office will open to the public starting Monday, June 14. All visitors are required to wear a non-surgical mask. A greeter will perform screenings and ensure that a limited number of people are admitted into the building at a time to maintain safe physical distances. 

The City urges people to continue doing business online or over the phone whenever possible. Marriage licences are only available on an appointment basis. If you are feeling ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please stay home. 

The Quinte West Public Library at City Hall and in Frankford remain closed to the public until step 2 of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen. They will continue to offer online programming and curbside pick-up of library materials. More information on their services can be found at library.quintewest.ca

Starting the morning of Friday, June 11, the public washrooms at Centennial Park and Fraser Park will be accessible from 9 a.m. – 8:30 p.m., and two portapotties will be available at Bain Park and the Frankford splash pad starting Monday.

“We’re excited to be taking our first step on Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopening,” says Quinte West Mayor Jim Harrison. “I encourage residents to continue practicing social distancing  and get their vaccines, so we can safely support local businesses and keep our community safe.”

(Posted on Wednesday, June 9, 2021)

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