Municipal Office, Indoor and Some Outdoor Facilities Closed
All halls, arenas, playgrounds, sports fields are closed to all events until a further notice.The office is closed to in-person visits until further notice.
Re-Opened Outdoor Amenities
Beaches open May 29th, parks, trails and tennis courts opened May 22nd
Mindemoya is available for curbside on Tuesdays Phone 705 377-5334.
Operating. For the safety of sanitation workers you must tie all bags and no tissues, wipes or paper towels in recycling. Landfills are open on their regular schedule.
Roads department is operating as normal with staff precautions.
Provincial Fire Ban Lifted
The provincial restricted fire zone was lifted on May 16, 2020
Boat Launches & Docks
All boat launches and docks are open in the Municipality
All seasonal washrooms will be opened as single use. Open for single use are the Providence Bay beach washroom change house, the Pavilion at the Government Dock in Mindemoya, the boat launches at Lake Kagawong, Big Lake and Sandfield are Bathrooms at the Municipal office, Welcome Centre, Discovery Centre and the portable toilet at the Mindemoya ball diamond will be closed. A portable toilet is on site at the Welcome Centre. Washrooms are on an increased cleaning schedule from Municipal Maintenance.
Hospitals & Public Health
Council approved a donation of $10,000.00 to Manitoulin Health Centre-Mindemoya site for whatever may be needed to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 assessment centres, Mindemoya 705-377-5311, Little Current 705-368-2300 – 9 am until 5 pm daily. Follow the telephone prompts to the COVID-19 Assessment Line.
Please follow all new developments on Provincial and Federal laws for gatherings and isolation.
Central Manitoulin Community Helpline
Call 1-844-935-0443 for our shopping and errand service for self-isolators.
Manitoulin Camp Check
Seasonal residents or non-permanent residents are encouraged to reach out to friends on Manitoulin Island or hire a qualified contractor, property manager or property maintenance professional instead of travelling during the COVID-19 public health situation.
COVID-19 Seniors Program
The Municipality has secured some limited funds for a Central Manitoulin Seniors age 55 + check in and in-need program.