Grey County is following directions from the Province to suspend all licensed child care services immediately.
Grey County is taking proactive steps to keep residents, stakeholders and staff safe during the COVID-19 outbreak and ensure essential services continue.
This includes all scheduled County Council, committee of the whole, task force and subcommittee meetings.
Upon direction of the Chief Justice of Ontario, the Provincial Offences court hearings will not be held between March 16 and April 3, 2020 due to COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus). Court matters planned during this period will be adjourned or rescheduled.
On March 14, all long-term care homes in the province were strongly advised to allow only essential visitors until further notice. The ministry is identifying essential visitors as those who have a resident who is dying or very ill.
We are taking proactive steps to help prevent the exposure and spread of the virus in our community.
Owen Sound will soon become the hub for public transportation coming in and out of Grey County.
On April 23, the Grey County Young Professional’s Network taking to the waters of Georgian Bay to host their largest networking event ever on the Chi-Cheemaun.
The suspected Gastroenteritis Outbreak on the Valley View wing has been declared over.
Highlights include a presentation from the Grey County Federation of Agriculture, leasing buses for community transportation, a year-end surplus and more.
The Grey County Administration Building, Ontario Works satellite offices, Grey Roots Museum and Archives and the Hanover EarlyON Centre will be closed today due to the winter storm. All 24-hour services, such as road plowing, paramedic services and long-term care will continue.
Updated February 29