Bruce County Administrative Buildings Reopen for Appointments on July 26
On Monday, July 26, Bruce County Administrative buildings in Walkerton, Kincardine, Port Elgin, and Wiarton will begin to welcome the public back for in-person appointments. Bruce County is following the Modified Step 3 health measures announced by Grey Bruce Public Health in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19 variants and provide a safe customer service experience for the community.
The Public will be received at County facilities by appointment only and at the discretion of each County Department. Bruce County will also continue to offer customer service virtually and we are happy to assist you online and over the phone.
To book an appointment, please contact a specific department, or reach us at:
What to expect:
- Safety precautions will be in place at Bruce County facilities, including signage, hand hygiene stations, plexiglass barriers, physical distancing markers, enhanced cleaning, and designated meeting spaces.
- County Staff will be wearing face coverings while meeting with the public and members of the public are encouraged to wear face coverings at County facilities during their appointments.
- A designated staff member will meet you at the main entrance, will have you complete a self-screening assessment, will have you complete hand hygiene, will have you enter into the visitor logbook, and will escort you to the designated meeting space.
Please reschedule your appointment or use virtual customer service if you do not pass the provincial COVID-19 self-assessment.
On September 13, Bruce County Administrative buildings are planning to fully reopen for in-person service.
Through this pandemic, Bruce County has actively responded with a number of measures to help protect Residents, Businesses, and Staff. As Ontario begins to reopen, Bruce County will continue to deliver critical and essential services, like Paramedic Services, Long Term Care, Roads Maintenance, and essential customer services.
Bruce County Public Library Branches are now open to the public, with capacity limits and distancing measures in place. Curbside pickup and virtual programming continue.
Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre in Southampton will reopen to members on July 26 and to the public on July 28, with capacity limits and distancing measures in place. Virtual services and virtual programming continue online and on social media.
- Help is just a phone call away. Please call 211 if you are in need of help. The 2-1-1 Helpline is available 24/7 in 150 languages.
- Ontario Provincial Police: For emergencies, please call 9-1-1. For less serious incidents, report online by visiting opp.ca/reporting.
- Health related information can be found at www.publichealthgreybruce.on.ca and the Ministry of Health website at www.ontario.ca/covid