Covid-19, Kingsville News

What’s Open, What’s Closed in Kingsville Due to COVID-19 Restrictions

Provincial Shutdown & Stay at Home Order

The Ontario government has imposed a provincewide shutdown and stay at home order that requires everyone to remain home except for specified purposes, such as:

  • going to the grocery store or pharmacy
  • accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated)
  • outdoor exercise, or
  • work that cannot be done remotely.

The regulations also place new restrictions on recreational activities.

 What’s Open?

Park or Recreational Areas for Walk-Through Purposes, including:

  • Trails
  • Pathways
  • Use of Benches permitted

Off-Leash Dog Parks

  • Linden Beach Dog Park All Outdoor Playgrounds and Play Structures

Cedar Island Marina and Boat Launch

  • For the purposes of only allowing boat well renters to station vessels as of May 1st.

What’s Closed?

All Indoor Recreational Facilities, including:

  • Kingsville Arena and Recreation Complex
  • Unico Community Centre
  • Lakeside Park Pavilion
  • Grovedale Arts & Culture Centre
  • Ridgeview Hall
  • Carnegie Arts & Visitor Centre

All Outdoor Sports Facilities and multi-use fields, including:

  • Baseball Diamonds (Kingsville Recreation Complex, Ridgeview Park)
  • Soccer Fields (Kingsville Recreation Complex, Ridgeview Park)
  • Tennis Courts (Kingsville Recreation Complex, Ridgeview Park)
  • Splash Pad (Ridgeview Park)
  • Basketball Courts (Ridgeview Park, Lions Park)
  • Skate Park (Kingsville Recreation Complex)
  • Beach Volleyball Courts (Lakeside Park)

All Outdoor Public Washrooms, including:

  • Kingsville Recreation Complex
  • Cedar Island Beach
  • Cedar Beach
  • Ridgeview Park
  • Lakeside Park

All Public Beaches, including:

  • Cedar Island Beach
  • Cedar Beach
  • Mettawas Beach
  • Lakeside Beach
  • Union Beach

All Outdoor Picnic Sites and Picnic Tables in Park & Recreational Areas

All Outdoor Shelters or Gazebos, including:

  • Lakeside Park Upper Bowl Gazebo
  • Lakeside Park – Lake Gazebo
  • Mettawas Park Gazebo
  • Ridgeview Park Pavilion
  • Kingsville Recreation Complex – Baseball Pavilion

Fueling Services at Cedar Island Boat Launch

Please familiarize yourself with the new directives from the province.

Vaccine Information and Options

Local vaccination information is available at www.wevax.ca. If you have booked a vaccine and do not have access to a vehicle, the Windsor-Essex Chamber of Commerce is providing free transportation to local clinics.

The Town of Kingsville recommends you keep a list of contacts (daily logbook/diary) of anyone you have daily interactions with. This will assist the Health Unit greatly in contact tracing if there is an individual in your household that requires this monitoring.

COVID-19 response framework: keeping Ontario safe and open
Click here to learn about the public health and workplace safety measures for each zone under the colour-coded response framework.

April 21, 2021

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