Devonshire And Tecumseh Malls Ordered To Close

Friday March 20th, 2020

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Mayor Drew Dilkens has declared a state of emergency and has ordered the temporary closure of Devonshire and Tecumseh Malls to further halt the potential spread of Coronavirus.

The mayor says that with residents set to return to the community from March Break travel outside of Canada as well as advisories from public health officials recommending against congregating in groups of 50 or more, this step is being taken to further safeguard Windsor residents.

“Schools, restaurants, churches, community centres, pools, libraries and arenas have shut their doors to help reduce the risk of transmission,” said Mayor Dilkens. “This is just the appropriate next step to take as we seek to protect public health.”

Detailed Order Issued by Mayor Drew Dilkens:

Effective at the regularly scheduled close of business on Saturday, March 21st, 2020, the properties located at 3100 Howard Avenue, known as the “Devonshire Mall”, and 7654 Tecumseh Road East, known as the Tecumseh Mall,  (together referred to as the “Premises”) shall be closed to the public save and except the following:

  1. Any retail pharmacy within or attached to the Premises;

  2. Any retail grocery store within or attached to the Premises;

  3. Any restaurant facility licenced under the authority of a licence of permit issued under the Liquor Licence Act;

  4. Any pad site not physically connected to the Premises.

  5. Any site attached directly to the Premises for which no access is available from within the interior mall portion.

  6. This order shall be in effect until 11:59pm on April 5th, 2020.

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