The Town of Erin's responsive actions to COVID-19

Learn about the actions we've taken and steps you can do to protect yourself.

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Waste Reduction Week

October 19-25 is the 19th annual Waste Reduction Week in Canada, which challenges everyone to reduce their ecological footprint and inspire unique, creative ways to reduce waste. During this week, we encourage you to get outside and pick up litter in your community. Remember to: - keep cleanups small, safe and with members of your own household - practice physical distancing by staying at least two meters apart from anyone you don't live with - protect yourself by using personal protective equipment like gloves when picking up items.

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COVID-19 - Updated October 19, 2020

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health has developed guidance for Halloween and Remembrance Day. Halloween: Trick or treating is less of a concern than Halloween gatherings. In general-for now- Public Health thinks it is safe to trick or treat, with precautions, but discourage Halloween parties. Read full list of precautions. Remembrance Day: Honouring the memory of those who served and continue to serve in Canada's armed forces is important to all of us. Public Health supports observance of Remembrance Day this year. Read full list of precautions.

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Town of Erin Levels of Service Survey

The purpose of this short survey is to obtain feedback from residents on our infrastructure services, discuss community expectations, as well as the costs and benefits of making changes to where we invest in the future.

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Fire must be under constant supervision and control from time of lighting until it is totally extinguished. Only environmentally friendly products may be burned. 

You must obtain a valid burn permit from the Town of Erin. Apply here