Updated: What's open and closed due to COVID-19 in Halton


As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, here’s what’s closed and open in Halton.


Ontario-wide (until March 31):

  • Banks (some are open under modified hours)
  • Facilities providing indoor recreational programs
  • Public libraries
  • Private schools as defined in the Education Act (through April 5)
  • Licensed child care centres
  • All bars and restaurants, except to the extent that such facilities provide takeout food and delivery
  • All theatres including those offering live performances of music, dance, and other art forms, as well as cinemas that show movies
  • Concert venues
  • All organized public events of over fifty people are also prohibited, including parades and events and communal services within places of worship


  • Aldershot BIA (online services available)
  • Art Gallery of Burlington
  • Burlington Chamber of Commerce (online services available)
  • Animal Services (shelter closed, certain services to still be provided)
  • Recreation facilities, including March Break programming, areas, pools, community centres and the Seniors Centre
  • Burlington Downtown Business Association (online services available)
  • Burlington Economic Development (online services available)
  • Burlington Libraries
  • Burlington Museums
  • Royal Botanical Gardens
  • TechPlace (online services available)
  • Tourism Burlington (online services available)


  • Glen Abbey Community Centre
  • Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
  • Iroquois Ridge Community Centre
  • River Oaks Community Centre
  • Sixteen Mile Sports Complex
  • Trafalgar Park Community Centre
  • Sir John Colborne Recreation Centre for Seniors
  • Joshua’s Creek Arenas
  • Kinoak Arena
  • Maple Grove Arena
  • Centennial Pool
  • White Oaks Pool
  • Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts
  • Oakville Museum
  • Oakville Galleries
  • Nottinghill Youth Centre
  • All Oakville Public Library branches (closed March 14 to April 5)


  • All Town of Milton recreation and culture facilities
  • All library facilities


Burlington, Oakville, and Milton:

  • Burlington City Hall
  • Burlington parks, trails, and outdoor sport fields
  • Burlington Roads, Parks and Forestry administrative office
  • All transit services operating
  • Halton Court Services
  • Grocery stores
  • Shopping malls
  • Critical services, including Fire and Emergency Services, Traffic Services, By-Law Enforcement, Road Operations, Security Services operating as normal

For more information, visit halton.ca/COVID19.

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