CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATES
The Town of Clarenville is committed to the safety of the public and its employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. Effective immediately, the Town will focus on “Essential Services” only. All non-essential services will be suspended indefinitely.
Essential Services include:
- Provide clean, safe drinking water
- Maintaining water and sewer infrastructure
- Snow and Ice control
- Road Maintenance
- Fire Protection
- Garbage Collection
All Public Town facilities are closed indefinitely. This includes the Town Hall, Fire Hall, Eastlink Events Centre, Bill Davis Chalet and all parks/playgrounds. The Town Depot and Water Treatment Plant is restricted to staff only. Town Hall staff will be working from home but will have limited capacity with a focus on supporting Essential Services only. If you need to contact the Town for information, pay bills, or to report an emergency situation please contact us by:
For General Inquires use one of the following three (3) options below:
- Call 466-7937 and leave a message. Staff will monitor messages daily and respond.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Use the “REPORT AN ISSUE” form on our website: https://clarenville.ca/residents/report-an-issue/
For Public Works Emergency’s: Call (709) 425-4911
After Hours Emergency #’s: (709) 425-4911 or (709) 466-7875
Fire and Life Safety Emergency – Please Call 911
Bill payments will only be accepted electronically at this time. As previously announced, the Interest Free tax payment date have been extended to June 30th, 2020 or all Residential, Business & Commercial Tax.
Bill Payments can be arranged by your banking institution using on-line banking. For instructions please contact the General Inquires contact info listed above.
Council would like to remind residents to follow the COVID-19 precautions and recommendations of the Provincial Government Health Officials. For more info please follow the link below:
A special Measures Order was Issued on March 23rd, 2020 required certain businesses to close. Please closely follow these announcements by the Provincial Government and more importantly, please ensure you comply with the recommendations!
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