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Bradford West Gwillimbury > COVID

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​The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is working to protect the health and safety of our community during the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic​. 

As of February 16, BWG and all other municipalities in the Simcoe-Muskoka Health District are in the RED level of the Provincial framework

Town Administrative Offices will re-open to provide in-person services as required starting Monday, February 22. ​Virtual services​ will still be available online or by phone. Due to reduced onsite staff ​and the limited capacity of our lobbies, we encourage you to make an appointment (NOTE: appointments are not required to make simple payments at the Finance office) - see the complete list of departments and contact information​.​​

The BWG Leisure Centre will re-open in a limited capacity on Monday, March 8, starting with the fitness centre, gymnasium and ice bookings. The Bradford Lions Aquatic Centre is currently undergoing some refurbishment and a reopening schedule will be announced soon. For details and updates go to bwgleisurecentre.ca.

The BWG Library will continue to offer curbside pick-up until in-person browsing resumes in mid-March. The computer cafe will re-open in early March. For details and updates go to bradford.library.on.ca.

​Select a topic for more information:

What is the STATUS of programs and services at the Town of BWG?

The Town of BWG has declared an ​emergency.​  Please see below for specific service impacts.

​​​Adminis​tration Offices

  • Administration offices will re-open for in-person services starting Monday, February 22.
  • Appointments are encouraged - contact the department​ you wish to visit.
  • Virtual services​ (phone or online) will continue to be available and residents are encouraged to use these wherever possible. 

​​By-law Enforcement

Recreation Programs and Facilities
  • The BWG Library is offering curbside pick-up until they re-open for in-person browsing on Monday, March 15. The computer cafe will re-open on Monday, March 1. See their website for updates.
  • The BWG Leisure Centre will re-open in a limited capacity on Monday, March 8, starting with the fitness centre, gymnasium and ice bookings. The Bradford Lions Aquatic Centre is currently undergoing some refurbishment and a reopening schedule will be announced soon - see their website for updates. If you have any questions, please reach out to the Customer Service desk via phone or email at 905-775-7529 ext. 6007 or leisureservices@townofbwg.com​Customer Services Hours are Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm.

Council and Committee Meetings

Fire Hall

​BWG Transit
  • ​BWG Transit bus service is available on demand only.
  • Transit will be free until Monday, March 15 to allow riders to re-load their fare cards at the Leisure Centre.

How can I get the latest NEWS & UPDATES from the Town?

​Links to updates from other levels of government and health officials are available from the sidebar at right.

What support is available for RESIDENTS?

In addition to the items below, you can call 2-1-1 or visit ​www.211Ontario.ca to ask about support that may be available to you.

What support is available for BUSINESSES?

​Please visit the website of the Town's Office of Economic Development for more information including:​​

  • information and applications for temporary patios​

  • free business consultation and tools to help you operate virtually

  • assistance with accessing relief programs

Additionally, l​inks to provincial and federal support for businesses can be found on this page provided by York-Simcoe MPP Caroline Mulroney.

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