RRCA Response to COVID-19: Operations & Business Continuity

May 14, 2020

Original Post: March 16, 2020

Following the advice of public health officials, the Raisin Region Conservation Authority (RRCA) Administration Office (18045 County Road 2, Cornwall) will be closed to the general public as of March 17, 2020 until further notice. 

Community members and partners are asked to correspond with staff by phone or e-mail until further notice.  Click here for our staff directory.

Paperwork may be dropped off in a secure dropbox located at the main office entrance.

RRCA programs and services such as Flood Forecasting and Warning and spring tree planting initiatives will continue as normal with precautionary measures in place. Click here for information on our 21st Annual Tree Giveaway.

While our network of nature trails remain open for walking, all amenities are closed at all Conservation Areas.  While enjoying our trails, visitors are to practice physical distancing and avoid gathering in groups or touching common surfaces. 

To view detailed information about our Conservation Areas, visit the links below:

Following the province's announcement on May 14, the Gray’s Creek Marina will re-open on Saturday, May 16 at 7:30 a.m.

As per provincial order, Charlottenburgh Park Camping is closed until further notice.  Seasonal campers may begin to setup their trailers at the Park starting Tuesday, May 19.

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