The municipal office for the Town of Saugeen Shores will re-open to the public on Monday, February 22. The re-opening of municipal facilities aligns with the recent provincial announcement, which moved Grey-Bruce from Lock Down into the Protect (yellow) zone.

Saugeen Shores Police Service have re-opened their doors for walk-in inquiries and requests for in-person records checks has resumed.

The Coliseum and the Plex have re-opened (Tuesday, February 16) and are following a phased-in approach. Minor sports and regular season ice users have resumed use of the facilities. Private ice rentals will be available beginning Monday, February 22.

Recreational pool programs at the Centennial Pool resumed Wednesday, February 17 including lane swim, aquafit, and parent and tot swim. Patrons are required to pre-book their timeslot by visiting www.saugeenshores.ca/register. Registered programs will be phased-in during the next two weeks and participants will be contacted directly by email.

 “Our thoughtful approach to re-open facilities to the public is in compliance with Public Health guidelines” said Mayor Luke Charbonneau. “The municipality is committed to providing service to residents, and I’m pleased to see local organizations returning to our arenas and our pool,” added Charbonneau.

Residents planning to come to the municipal office should consider calling or emailing in advance to book an appointment with staff. Guests who are visiting municipal facilities are reminded that masks are mandatory within indoor public space.

 “As we re-open, we need to be extra diligent in our efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19. This includes wearing masks in public spaces, washing your hands frequently and staying home if you aren’t feeling well” added Charbonneau.

 For more information on municipal services or to contact the Town, please visit www.saugeenshores.ca or call 519-832-2008.