Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is working to protect the health and safety of our community during the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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.
- Administration offices are open regular hours (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.).
Virtual services (phone or online) will continue to be provided and residents are encouraged to use these wherever possible.
- Fewer staff than normal will be in our buildings at any one time so residents are encouraged to
call ahead and
make an appointment.
- Face coverings are required and physical distancing and maximum capacities for indoor spaces must be observed.
Recreation Programs and Facilities
- The BWG Leisure Centre has commenced a staggered reopening schedule with a limited selection of programs available:
- Ice rinks - September 14
- Fitness centre - September 28
- Gymnasium - October 19
- Pool - November 2
- Schedules are available
on the Leisure Centre website, and online pre-booking is required. Fitness memberships remain on hold and drop-in fees or temporary COVID memberships will apply.
- All outdoor amenities including playgrounds and basketball courts are open. Surfaces are not sanitized. Please read and respect any posted rules.
Public Library has reopened with new hours and restrictions.
Council and Committee Meetings
- Regular Council meetings will continue to be held via videoconference until further notice.
Find out how to watch and participate.
- Advisory Committee Meetings have resumed and are held by videoconference. Click the link above for details on participation.
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.
Property tax due dates have been extended by 60 days for each remaining payment in 2020. This applies to both pre-authorized payment methods and manual payments.
- An additional 30 days grace is available if needed for the second instalment -- no penalties or interest if paid by July 27.
- There is a 90-day grace period on payments of
water/wastewater utility bills. No withdrawals of pre-authorized payments and no penalties or interest until July 16.
If you DO NOT want your pre-authorized payments of property tax and/or utility bills to be deferred, please
contact us by email or by phone to 905-775-5303 ext.6030.
Sign Licence Renewals - An additional 60 days' grace period has been extended to businesses whose sign licence renewal fee is due.
Visit our directory of local businesses to find out what stores and restaurants are offering delivery, online ordering and other services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What support is available for BUSINESSES?