Halton Hills cancels all recreational programs until June 22
The Town of Halton Hills has announced it will be cancelling all registered programs and facility rentals until June 22, 2020.
Additionally, all recreational facilities will remain closed until this time.
"This decision does not come lightly. We are taking a responsible approach that aligns with our municipal partners and supports our efforts to safeguard the community", Mayor Rick Bonnette said in a news release.
"The Town is ready to respond to changing conditions and offer programs and open facilities on short notice if warranted,” he continued.
Extended facility closures include: Acton Arena and Community Centre, Mold-Masters SportsPlex, Gellert Community Centre, Cedarvale Community Centre, Acton Lion's and Georgetown Indoor Pools, Cultural Centre and John Elliott Theatre, Hillsview Active Living Centres (Georgetown and Acton), Halton Hills Youth Centres (Georgetown and Acton).
Further, the Town will be providing refunds for all those who have been affected, and it has begun contacting residents.
Presently, summer programs have not been cancelled, but the Town will reassess this decision based on recommendations by the Medical Officer of Health.
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