On March 18 : Following the latest government recommendations, the Municipality of Mille-Isles is implementing measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 virus among the population and to protect its employees. As a result, Town Hall will remain open, with restricted access for emergency situations only.
Services to the population will be maintained. However, many employees will assume these services by teleworking. In order to limit contagion, electronic communications are therefore favoured. No appointments will be made in person until further notice.
The Strong Community Hall is also closing its doors to the general public and all activities are suspended, with the exception of council meetings, which may be held behind closed doors if required. These are exceptional measures and will be temporary.
We ask all our citizens to respect the preventive recommendations of the provincial and federal governments. The watchword is “stay home”. We are responsible for our own safety and it is up to each of us to fulfill our social duty.
Therefore, if you know someone in quarantine or an elderly person who is in isolation, do not hesitate to offer your help, for example, to go to the grocery store or the pharmacy. And if you notice that a neighbour seems to be in distress, due to his state of health or isolation, we invite you to contact us so that we can find resources for him. This is good neighbourliness as the Mille-Islois know how to do.
The Municipality wishes to offer its residents the best possible service under the circumstances. You will find below relevant information to this effect.
- DOG TAG
- INTERRUPTION OF NON-ESSENTIALS MUNICIPAL ACTIVITIES
- PAYMENT OF MUNICIPAL TAXES
- RESIDUAL MATERIAL COLLECTION
PROVISION OF FOODSTUFFS