Trent Lakes lifts local State of Emergency

Please read news release on the Municipality Web site.as of JULY 28th 2020.

Residents are asked to continue following all health precautions and Orders, including wearing a mask or face covering as prescribed by the Peterborough Health Unit, maintaining physical distancing, practicing vigilant hand hygiene and staying home if you’re ill.

Playground is OPEN

Everyone is urged to observe playground signage and obey all Federal and Provincial regulations and guidelines when using the playground to remain safe.

The playground is “use at your own risk” as it is not sanitized regularly. Parents are encouraged to wash their children’s hands and to use hand sanitizer after playing on the equipment, so be sure to pack any of those items to take with you.

If you have further concerns or questions regarding the playground, please email them to recreation@trentlakes.ca.

Mandatory Face Coverings

City of Kawartha Lakes in effect as of JULY 13, 2020Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Rridge District Health Unit

Peterborough City/County in effect as of AUGUST 1st, 2020Peterborough Public Health

Municipality of Trent Lakes public notice

Kawartha Now article
Peterborough Examiner article

 

Reminder Trent Lakes bylaw re: Fireworks

With Canada Day almost upon us ratepayers and visitors are reminded of the rules for the setting off of any Fire Works within the Municipality of Trent Lakes. Fire works are NOT permitted at any of our public beaches.

Remember that pets may be frightened by fire works and could resort to unpredictable “flight” methods. Take extra precautions to ensure they are in a safe place indoors or securely on-leash when outdoors.

Further Details on Trent Lakes website.