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Please Be Creative and Kind this Holiday Season
Huron County residents are reminded to continue to take actions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to be an advocate for Public Health adherence in their own homes and communities. For more tips on how to enjoy a safe holiday this season, please visit Huron Perth Public Health online for Staying safe from COVID-19 or Ontario.ca’s Celebrate safely during COVID-19.
Support Out of the Cold: Heart to Home This Holiday Season
The County of Huron would like to express heartfelt gratitude to the many partners and contributors who are working together behind the scenes to prevent and address homelessness in Huron County. Consider donating to the Out of the Cold: Heart to Home emergency shelter or to one of many Huron County partner agencies this holiday season.
Notice of Council’s Intention to Consider Amending the Procedural By-law of the County of Huron
TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the County of Huron intends to consider passing a By-law to amend the Procedural By-law of the County of Huron at the Council Day 1 meeting on November 4, 2020.
Public Notice – Sale of Property located at 38 North Street, Goderich, Ontario N7A 2T4
The Council of the County of Huron intends to sell the property located at 38 North Street, Goderich, Ontario N7A 2T4
Huron County urged to stand firm and keep following public health direction.
As local services like libraries and arenas begin to reopen, and people start to spend more time in indoor settings over the colder months, it is essential that we continue to respect all public health guidelines, including performing hand hygiene, practicing physical distancing, wearing masks, following social gathering mandates, and staying home if ill.
Huron County students and teachers are heading back to school
The County of Huron is committed to supporting the back to school plans, established by the Avon Maitland District School Board and the Huron Perth Catholic School Board in consultation with Huron Perth Public Health, to ensure both the community and its learning environments remain as safe as possible.
Huron County urged to remain steadfast and continue following public health direction
As the provincial Phase 3 re-opening and summer season is well underway, and life begins to look more familiar, it can become easy to slip into old habits. However, the County of Huron reminds its residents that the COVID-19 virus remains circulating in Ontario and following public health measures continues to be as important as ever.