The Dysart et al Emergency Control Group continues to meet on a regular basis to make decisions regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic. Haliburton Highlands Health Services has created a page titled Haliburton Cares which provides information and links related to COVID-19.
Due to current COVID-19 precautions, Dysart Council meetings will take place via videoconference and will be live-streamed. You can watch previous meetings on the Dysart YouTube page.
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- Tax due date deferred until June 30, 2020.
- As of Friday, July 17, the county wide fire ban has been lifted. Local regulations still apply, and no burning will be permitted between 7 am and 7 pm.
- Dysart et al office staff are available by phone 705-457-1740 or e-mail.
- Haliburton Junction Skate Park, basketball courts, tennis courts, picnic areas, outdoor shelters, public beaches and park benches will be open for use. Please practice physical distancing and follow provincial guidelines around group sizes.
- Playgrounds and outdoor fitness equipment are now open.
- Boat launches are open, ensure physical distancing is practiced if you are launching your boat
- While Council meetings will continue electronically, all other meetings are cancelled until further notice.
- Cash transactions at landfills are prohibited.
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For further information click on the links below:
- Internet access points throughout the county of Haliburton
- Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit (HKPR)
- Local services available (posted March 30)
- Haliburton County COVID-19 Assessment Centre (posted March 30)
- Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
- Ontario’s COVID-19 information page