Art Gallery Closed to the public till April 13

CITY OF MORDEN BUILDINGS CLOSING TO THE PUBLIC MARCH 17 – APRIL 13

In response to COVID-19 the City of Morden will be closing all city-owned buildings to the public from March 17 – April 13 with the exception of emergency services and essential services. This includes closing all walk-in services at the Civic Centre, Professional Development Office, Firehall, and Police Station. Emergency services staff will continue to be available by phone. For any city services you require our staff will be available by phone or email, and payments for water and tax bills can be made online through electronic banking or by dropping off a cheque or cash in our drop-box at the front door of the Civic Centre.

In addition, the Access Event Centre, Art Gallery, and Public Library will be closed to the public and all non-essential activities will be cancelled from March 17 – April 13.

The City of Morden administration and council have been in close contact with health authorities and the Province of Manitoba, and while these decisions aren’t easy it is important that everyone does their best to help the elderly and the immunocompromised of our city, province, and country. For the best source of information regarding COVID-19 and what it means for you and your family visit manitoba.ca/covid19 and please do your part by practicing healthy hand-washing, proactive social distancing (not spending more than 10 minutes within two meters of others in public), and contacting Health Links at 1-888-315-9257 if you are concerned about exposure.

As things are changing on a regular basis, if there are any further official statements or measures being taken by the City of Morden they will be communicated on our social media channels and on our website at mymorden.ca/covid19.