City Matters: Weekly COVID-19 Bulletin Jan. 29

The Ontario Government's provincial state of emergency continues in Kingston. Find out about the new health measures and regulations to enhance public health and fight the spread of COVID-19. Further helpful links below:

For questions relating to healthcare measures in place, please contact KFL&A Public Health.
 

News from the City


Provide insight on COVID-19’s impact on local spending trends: complete the Community and Consumer Confidence Survey
  • Kingston residents are invited to go online to complete a survey about changes in economic behaviours due  to COVID-19. Complete the survey online.

New tools for Kingston and area job seekers now available

  • The Possible Made Here website, a project of the City of Kingston, has just added a number of tools designed to support both job seekers and employers looking for workers.
City tax measures to support property owners – individuals and small business Springer Market Square
  • Under the Province’s new orders, Springer Market Square Rink remains open for skating with one very important change:  Masks are now mandatory on the ice. Capacity limits will be monitored and users must practice physical distancing. Staff will continue to work with KFL&A Public Health to monitor and implement best practices for heavily used facilities such as the Springer Market Square rink.
Outdoor Rinks
Warming Centres
  • Warm Up Here: The City and Kingston Frontenac Public Library are working together to provide Warm Up Here locations – places where you can get relief from the cold. Masking and physical distancing measures will be in place. Due to COVID-19 regulations, services usually offered at these locations may not be available. Find a location near you.

New Variant of COVID-19 found in KFL&A Region
 

Downtown Kingston businesses are online and ready to serve you! Shop and dine locally and safely from the comfort of your home.

Downtown Delivers, curbside pickup, gift cards and more! Visit 
downtownkingston.ca for more information.

 

Stay Informed. Stay Safe.

Find regularly updated information on COVID-19, City services available, and what you can do on the City's COVID-19 webpage.  All of our updates will be noted within our news releases, on our website, and our verified social media feeds. 

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  • Dinah Jansen
    published this page in News 2021-01-29 15:52:53 -0500