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The Municipality of Clare encourages all businesses to review information related to available programs for workplaces impacted by COVID These programs may be able to offer some assistance during the pandemic. We invite you to consult these s. In order to limit the spread of COVID and in accordance with federal and provincial government guidelines for social distancing, the Municipality of Clare is implementing the following measures:. Due to increasing cases of Nova Scotia and the return of restrictions, we are closely monitoring the local situation and continue to take steps to stay safe, help prevent the spread of COVID and protect others.
For those reasons, we will be implementing the following measures effective Wednesday, April 28,at a. At this time, our facilities will remain open to the public but we encourage visitors to limit their visits to essential or urgent needs, to practise safe physical distancing and avoid lengthy visits or gathering.
Masks continue to be mandatory in most indoor public places in Nova Scotia. All Municipality of Clare facilities, including the municipal building and Clare Health Centre, are considered indoor public places and visitors are required to wear masks in these spaces. The Province has exempted children under two and children aged two to four when their caregiver cannot get them to wear a mask.
People with a valid medical reason for not wearing a mask are also exempt. for tips on how to safely use a non-medical mask or face covering. Although we are open to the public, we continue to encourage visitors to limit their visits to essential or urgent needs, to avoid visiting if feeling ill or have traveled recently, to follow the physical distancing visual aids within the buildings and avoid lengthy visits or gathering. Clare property owners should expect to receive their tax bills in the mail within the next few days. Although the municipal office is open to the public, we encourage visitors to limit their visits to essential or urgent needs.
If you wish to pay your municipal Nova Scotia, please note that the following options are available:. For more information on the budget, please visit www. All room bookings Date adult Meteghan rentals within our indoor facilities are cancelled and no bookings will be permitted until further notice.
Limited building inspection services will be available. Please contact the Building Inspection Department for more information. All organized sport and recreational activities hosted by Clare Recreation Services, other than for self-directed activities, will be paused until further notice. To ensure the health and safety of patients and staff, the doors to the Clare Health Centre are locked until further notice. When you arrive, please call and a staff member will greet you at the door to take your temperature and to ask COVID screening questions.
Due to a limited of seats in the waiting room, we ask that you do not arrive too early for your appointment. Only patients with appointments will be allowed to enter the building. For any other information or service, please communicate with the Centre by calling Thank you for your understanding.
Until further notice, Tuesday and Thursday blood collection services are by appointment only. Patients with a laboratory requisition form can book an appointment online or by calling toll-free from 7 a. A reminder that, if you believe you have symptoms of COVID, please consult the Nova Scotia Government's website to determine whether you should contact Please note that there is no change to business hours at the Clare Transfer Station. To ensure the health and safety of residents and staff, please practise safe physical distancing.
Mask wearing is mandatory when physical distancing Nova Scotia be maintained. Please note that there is no change to regular curbside waste collection services. A reminder regarding safety protocols for residential collections:. Anyone who has a clean-up planned for this period will be contacted about rescheduling it for a later date. Thank you for everyone for your understanding and stay safe. As of April 28, all 10 branches of Western Counties Regional Library are closed to the public, but are offering curbside pickup and books by mail.
Book drop-offs are also open for returns. for more information. A limited of reusable cloth masks are available at provincial museum and public library sites across the province. Masks are available in both adult and youth sizes and are adjustable. Each person can request up to 2 masks for each member of their immediate family.
Sanitization is the responsibility of the user. Protect yourself and your family with regular hand washing before and after using playground equipment and visiting our parks and beaches, and please practise physical distancing from others. Remember to follow cough and sneeze etiquette and please stay home if you are feeling sick. If the of people in the outdoor area exceeds gathering limits set forth by the Nova Scotia Government, turn around and go home.
For more information, contact Jean-Paul Kalwahali, Manager of the Rendez-vous de la Baie Welcome Centre, at or This address is being protected from spambots. Pump Stations can be blocked and disabled by wipes and the only way to clear the obstruction is to physically handle the pump and remove the sewer debris by hand.
This Date adult Meteghan action puts you and your home at risk of a sewer backup. Also, it is an avoidable and unpleasant use of our staff resources. We ask that you please do your part and keep wipes of all sorts out of the sewer system. Thank you for your cooperation. Burning permits can be acquired at no cost from the fire chief in your area. All fires requiring a permit must be set between 5 p. In the event of a burning restriction, all burning permits will be invalid for that time period.
Please check Nova Scotia Burnsafe daily for permission to burn. Always supervise your burning, have suitable equipment to extinguish the fire on site and be safe. More information. Our representatives will use telephone and online services to keep in touch with their clients. We will continue to be there for our seniors! If you are an individual in isolation and in difficulty of accessing essential services, please call the Municipal Office at The Municipality of Clare is following the situation very closely.
Residents will be rapidly informed of any new measures that will be taken into effect. Please continue consulting the municipal Web site and Facebook. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time. May we continue to exhibit Date adult Meteghan kind and compassionate traits that the community of Clare is known for; we are all in this together.
We remind you that it is essential to be vigilant to reduce the spread of the virus. Anyone who has travelled outside the province is asked to self-isolate for 14 days upon return, even if you are symptom-free. Search Search. Only essential services and meetings will be held in-person, all others will be held virtually. Taxes Clare property owners should expect to receive their tax bills in the mail within the next few days. If you wish to pay your municipal taxes, please note that the following options are available: Through most online financial institutions; By e-Transfer; By credit card please note that a 1.
Municipal Facilities All room bookings and rentals within our indoor facilities are cancelled and no bookings will be permitted until further notice. Building Inspections Limited building inspection services will be available. Recreation Services All organized sport and recreational activities hosted by Clare Recreation Services, other than for self-directed activities, will be paused until further notice. Clare Health Centre To ensure the health and safety of patients and staff, the doors to the Clare Health Centre are locked until further notice.
If you have travelled outside of the province you MUST self-isolate for 14 days. For health and safety reasons, collectors will not Date adult Meteghan bags that are ripped open and bags that have not been properly tied closed. Senator Ambroise H. Comeau Library As of April 28, all 10 branches of Western Counties Regional Library are closed to the public, but are offering curbside pickup and books by mail. Municipal and Provincial Parks and Beaches Sanitization is the responsibility of the user.
Open Fires Burning permits can be acquired at no cost from the fire chief in your area. Announcements from the Municipality The Municipality of Clare is following the situation very closely. Fax: Send us an. Facebook YouTube. All Nova Scotia Reserved.Date adult Meteghan, Nova Scotia
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