What's CLOSED and OPEN during lockdown in Mississauga
With Peel headed back into lockdown starting tomorrow (Monday, November 23), a number of places will be closing down for a minimum of 28 days.
Here’s what’s closed and open in Mississauga during the lockdown.
- All city facilities except for City Hall will close or continue to be closed, including city community centres and cultural facilities.
- Restaurants and bars are closed for indoor and outdoor dining, but can offer takeout, drive through and delivery.
- Non-essential retailers are closed for in-store shopping but can offer curbside pickup or delivery.
- Personal care services such as hair salons and spas are closed.
- Food courts are closed except for takeout.
- Indoor recreation facilities including indoor courts, pools, fitness centres, rinks and arenas are closed.
- Casinos and indoor movie theatres are closed.
- Post-secondary schools are closed except for virtual instruction or in-person instruction where required (such as for clinical training or the trades).
- No indoor organized public events and social gatherings are permitted.
City of Mississauga Closures and Service Disruptions
Many public City facilities will be closed as of Monday, November 23, 2020 through to December 20. Impacts are as follows:
- City community centres, including pools, fitness centres and indoor arenas, with the exception of essential services, such as childcare in some facilities
- Cultural facilities and museums
- Public counters will be restricted to appointment only
- The Library will offer limited services including contactless holds pick up inside branches and outdoor dropboxes
- Most services offered at City Hall will be closed with exceptions being made for mobile, business and marriage licences, and commissioning which will be offered in-person, by appointment only
- The Provincial Offences Courthouse remains open with no impact to those who have scheduled appointments
- City Hall will remain open.
- Schools and childcare remain open.
- Essential retailers including supermarkets, pharmacies, grocery stores, convenience stores, hardware stores and "discount and department-type stores" can remain open for in-person shopping, with a 50% capacity limit.
- Car sales centres and garden centres are open for indoor shopping by appointment only.
- Shopping malls can open for curbside pickup and are otherwise closed, except for any of its essential stores such as pharmacies and supermarkets.
- Outdoor public events and social gatherings are limited to a maximum of 10 people if physical distancing is in place. Weddings, funerals and other religious rites, ceremonies and services can go ahead with a maximum of 10 people - indoors or outdoors - and only with physical distancing in place.
Some of the closed facilities may continue to offer a few permitted services, and should be contacted directly for more information.
With files from The Canadian Press
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