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Leamington Increases Patrols To Limit The Spread Of Covid-19

Friday May 15th, 2020, 2:11pm


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The Municipality of Leamington has retained the services of the Commissionaires to assist Municipal By-law Enforcement Officers in patrolling busy areas including Seacliff Park, Seacliff Beach and the waterfront promenade to ensure compliance with provincial orders related to limiting gatherings of 5 or more people and the closure of outdoor recreational amenities.

The towns says that outdoor recreational amenities including Leamington parks, sports fields and pavilions remain closed to the public, in response to the Government of Ontario’s emergency order under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act. This includes playgrounds, beaches, basketball and tennis courts, the skateboard park, picnic areas and gazebos, park shelters, benches, outdoor exercise equipment, the pedestrian pier and the off-leash dog park.

Outdoor recreational amenities that are not otherwise closed, remain open for walk-through access only.

Closure signs have been posted at community parks to prevent public access and play structures and equipment have been taped off.

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