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Closures

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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Town of Paradise is taking measures to support public health advice to proactively help prevent the spread of the virus.

Effective close of business on Tuesday, March 17, all Town facilities, including the Town Hall, are closed to the public, and operations are focused on providing core services to residents. This decision is made to protect the health and safety of Town employees to enable them to deliver required services.

The Town is maintainign core services of water testing, snow / ice control, municipal enforcement, and garbage collection (as per the regular garbage schedule). The Town has staff working remotely to provide business continuity and maintain core services.The main Town phone line 782-1400 and general email are being answered and appropriate staff will respond to all inquiries. 

The situation on COVID-19 is continually evolving and the Town is constantly reviewing information as it becomes available. The Town is also liaising with neighbouring municipalities and provincial and federal governments / agencies to ensure coordinated approaches and responses to the COVID-19 situation. The Town will continue to provide regular updates on operations.

Closures: 

  • all Town facilities, including the Town Hall, are closed to the public
  • recycling collection is suspended
  • all Town playgrounds and tot lots are closed

Cancellations:

  • all Town recreational programming and rentals are suspended including the After School Program, fitness classes, all birthday party and other such rentals, and all rentals for all users groups
  • Council has decided to cancel the Public Council Meeting scheduled for March 17 (municipalities are required to hold at least one public Council meeting a month and Paradise Town Council held a meeting on March 3).

 

Winter Parking Ban

No vehicle is permitted to park on any street within the Town of Paradise from December 1 to March 31, inclusive, between the hours of 1:00 am and 8:00 am, or any time during a snowfall and for twenty four (24) hours thereafter.

As per Regulation 3a, vehicles left on roads during or following a heavy snowfall create difficulties for traffic, and may prevent Town snow clearing crews from doing their job effectively. In the event that an unattended vehicle is left on the road, the Town may contract a towing company to have the vehicle immediately removed at the owner's expense.

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