Prince Edward County Municipal Services

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Public Notices:

No burn ban -- Open air burning allowed  Fire Chief Robert Rutter has...

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County News & Notices

Community Grants enrich life in Prince Edward County

Watermain flushing and hydrant maintenance in Picton May 10-14

Watermain flushing and hydrant maintenance – Picton

Traffic disruptions in Picton and Wellington May 6

County sets ambitious 2021 rural road work plan

McFarland Park boat launch out of service

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COVID-19 Updates

Vaccines

Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccine online booking system is now accepting bookings for individuals aged 50 and older in 2021 and Group 1 essential workers who cannot work from home. View the complete eligibility list

Unable to book online? Contact the Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1.888.999.6488. The line is available 8 am-8 pm, Monday-Sunday. Individuals who do not have a photo ID health card will be required to book by phone. 

Learn more about the vaccination program

Section 22 Order

Dr. Piotr Oglaza, Medical Officer of Health for Hastings Prince Edward, has issued a new Class Order. Key points include:

  • Bookings/reservations for hotel/motel accommodation, personal service settings, and dine-in food services can only be accepted for individuals residing in Hastings Prince Edward with exceptions for essential reasons.
  • All short-term accommodations are immediately closed, including all bookings made prior to March 30, 2021, with the exception for emergency reasons.

Read the complete Class Order

Provincewide State of Emergency and Shutdown

The Government of Ontario has declared a state of emergency and issued a provincewide stay-at-home order.  This decision is in addition to a provincewide shutdown that went into effect at 12:01 am on April 3 and will last for at least until May 20. Learn how this shutdown will impact County facilities and services.

Get the latest updates on the COVID-19 resource page.