The Township's municipal offices will remain closed to walk-in visitors until further notice, but services will continue to be offered over the phone, through email and online.
TOWNSHIP OF NORWICH - The Township of Norwich has closed their municipal offices to walk-in visitors until further notice.
This went into effective last Thursday, which is a part of the Township's efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 and keeping in with the Province's Declaration of an Emergency.
All public recreational facilities will also remain closed at this time, which is in concert with provincial restrictions on large gatherings.
Services will continue to be offered over the phone, through email and online. For those who need to meet with staff, the Township says they will need to contact them to make arrangements either electronically or in person following a screening process.
Fire and building inspections will continue to operate on a modified basis at this time and it'll be subject to screening. You can either go to their website or contact the Township office by phone or email for more details.
Also, the Township has cancelled their next council meeting, scheduled for March 24th and associated Public Meetings pursuant to the Planning Act.
At this time, the Township says all matters will be deferred to their meeting on April 14th. They say as the situation develops there may be more changes to the council schedule.
The Township says they'll issue more updates as more information becomes available.
You can visit here to get all the up-to-date information regarding COVID-19.