COVID-19 Updates & Information

The Township of Front of Yonge is doing everything possible to ensure the health, safety and well-being of our residents during the COVID-19 outbreak. We also want to ensure that our residents have access to the most up to date and accurate information from all levels of government. We will continue to post updates on our website and the Township’s Facebook page.

Health Information:

COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool

Assessment Centre: Memorial Centre, 100 Magedoma Boulevard, Brockville

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm, Weekends 10am – 2pm

Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit – 1-800-660-5853

Media Release – November 3/21 – Vaccine Clinic Changing Location

Media Release: 80+ Eligible May 31 to Get Earlier Second Dose Appointments for COVID-19 Vaccine

Media Release: December 7th – Critical Time to Reduce Further Spread of COVID-19

Media Release: November 20th – Assessment Centre Information

Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit Update: June 12th 

Municipal Information:

Municipal Services During the Provincial “Stay at Home” Order

Message From the Mayor – December 21st

Extension of Instructions Regarding the Use of Face Coverings

Mayor’s Final Update: August 6th

Mayor’s Update: July 23rd

Face Mask Requirement: Indoor Public Spaces

Mayor’s Update: July 9th

Mayor’s Update: June 25th

Mayor’s Update: June 12th

Mayor’s Update: May 29th

Mayor’s Update: May 15th

Mayor’s Update: May 8th

Mayor’s Update: April 30th

Mayor’s Update: April 22nd

Mayor’s Update: April 16th

Mayor’s Update: April 9th

Mayor’s Update: April 3rd

Special Notice – March 17th 

Mayor’s Update: March 20th 

Mayor’s Update: March 26th

Information for Businesses & Employees

Memo to Employers: January 5, 2022:


The United Counties of Leeds & Grenville Economic Development Office has launched a webpage to provide businesses with resources, surveys and programs that become available to support them during this difficult time with the impact of Covid-19. Click HERE for information.

For business or worker resources/support:                                                                       Employment & Education Centre: or phone 613-498-2111

Government of Canada

Government of Ontario

January 20, 2022: Ontario Outlines Steps to Cautiously & Gradually Ease Public Health Measures

Ontario Moving to Step Two of Roadmap to Reopen on June 30

Ontario to Move to Step One of Roadmap to Reopen on June 11

June 2nd: Ontario Maintains COVID-19 Restrictions as stay-at-Home Order is Set to Expire

June 2nd: Remote Learning to Continue Across Ontario for Remainder of the School Year

April 8th: Ontario Enacts Provincial Emergency & Stay-At-Home Order

December 21st News Release – Provincewide Shutdown Begins on Boxing Day

COVID-19 Testing Assessment Centre Opens in Kemptville

September 19th: Ontario Limits the Size of Unmonitored & Private Social Gatherings Across Entire Province

September 18th: Ontario to Fund Expansion of Local COVID-19 Testing

July 13th: A Framework for Reopening – Stage 3

June 8th: Ontario Permits More Businesses & Services to Reopen  

June 2nd: Ontario Extends Declaration of Emergency 

May 27th: Ontario Extends Emergency Orders

May 14th News Release: Ontario Announces Additional Workplaces that Can Reopen

Support for Workers                                                                                                                  

Support for Businesses                                                                                                            

List of Essential Workplaces                                                                                                  

Stop the Spread Business Info Line


Government of Canada                                                                                                           

Government of Ontario

Extended Validation (Driver, Vehicle, Carrier Products)

Electricity Relief

Support for Parents & Families

Help for Extra Costs from School and Daycare Closures:       

Eligible parents can get a one-time payment of $200 per child up to 12 years of age, and $250 for children or youth up to 21 with special needs, to help offset the costs of buying materials to support their children’s learning. click HERE to apply.

Support for Ontario Residents      

Local Services & Support

United Way Vaccine Transportation Program

Social Services Relief Fund

Children’s Mental Health Information

Beware of COVID-19 Scams & Fraud

Resources & Information for Parents & Youth

Local Services & Support for Front of Yonge Residents

CPHC Senior Support Services