A face covering means a medical or non-medical mask or other face covering such as a bandana or scarf that covers the nose, mouth and chin. Dogs are temporarily permitted at Innisfil Beach Park on weekends and statutory holidays during the park’s operational hours. All fire stations are closed to the public, but remain operational. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many facilities have closed. Discover volunteering opportunities and connect with non-profit organizations on the SPARK Ontario website. Read more on our Innisfil Beach FAQ page. Do not wear bicycle helmets while on play equipment. The Town of Innisfil’s Community Development Standards Branch Officers (By-Law Officers) will tow illegally-parked vehicles. Park equipment is not cleaned and disinfected by Town staff – use at your own risk. Due to COVID-19, some operations have changed at Innisfil Beach Park: Any activity deemed to be inappropriate or hazardous to public safety, as determined in the discretion of staff members or agents working on behalf of the Town, will not be tolerated. Once approved, a number of offences under the Town’s Parking By-law will be subject to these higher fines as a means of deterring illegal parking in and around the Town’s beaches and lake access points. When using play structures, keep the following in mind: Park AmenitiesThe following amenities have reopened: In all cases, physical distancing of at least two metres is required. The Rizzardo Health & Wellness Centre also remains open, however, all Town programming scheduled to take place at this location has been cancelled. Our Return to Play: Arenas protocol guides the safe reopening of our indoor facilities in ways endorsed by the province and our local public health unit. The region's health unit has confirmed 22 new COVID cases in Simcoe County today. The survey data will be used to identify where there are gaps or hardships that need to be addressed. Park equipment is closed and not maintained annually from November 30 to April 1 and is not to be used when ground is frozen. Do not use equipment when wet conditions exist. We encourage residents to use online options whenever possible to promote safety and efficiency. Effective September 21, we’re reverting back to our metered (paid) parking lots that will open up for non-resident use 7 days a week at Guest Road and Shore Acres, with the exception of Innisfil Beach Park, which will open to paid parking Monday to Friday and continue to see resident-only parking only on weekends until the end of September. Park hours are 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. All visitors and vehicles must exit the park before gates are locked at 9:01 p.m. No outdoor cooking or fires of any kind permitted. Town of Innisfil 2101 Innisfil Beach Road Innisfil, ON L9S 1A1, Phone: 705-436-3710 Toll Free: 1-888-436-3710Email: inquiry@innisfil.ca, Deaf and Hard of Hearing: To set up a web meeting for inquiries in American Sign Language:videoinquiries@innisfil.ca, Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm. We use DH Towing located at 940 Ewart Street in Belle Ewart to tow illegally parked vehicles. The following services will be available on a walk-in basis: The following services will remain online: The following services will be available by appointment: Please contact Customer Service at 705-436-3710 or inquiry@innisfil.ca to book your appointment. Starting on October 5, the Innisfil Recreational Complex and the South Innisfil Community Centre (Lefroy Arena) will be open to those with permits only. Stay informed through credible sources and know where to turn for reliable information. At the July 8 Special Council Meeting, Council directed staff to submit a request to the Ontario Court of Justice to raise set fines from $90 to $150. All municipal play structures and playgrounds have reopened! Hours at the Stroud Branch will remain 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. We want to make sure everyone knows the rules and has a fun, safe visit to the park. Use proper footwear (no flip flops or bare feet). Confirmed cases are displayed as of September 16, 2020 when students returned to campuses and in-person instruction. Thoroughly clean and sanitize hands before, during and after each use. Find info on cancellations, closures, reopenings and resident-only amenities in Innisfil. You can also reach Customer Service during normal business hours at 705-436-3710 and through our numerous digital channels. The Town of Innisfil is implementing several new measures to ensure physical distancing, target illegally parked vehicles and help people enjoy Innisfil’s beaches safely. SPARK and the Government of Ontario are connecting volunteers with community response efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Barbecues and/or any other similar equipment used for outdoor cooking will not be permitted in any areas of Innisfil Beach Park until further notice. Know who to call to report large gatherings, people using restricted amenities, price gouging, and more. is also not permitted). As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many facilities have closed. Visit innisfilidealab.ca for more information about the reopening and virtual programming, and to access e-books, audiobooks and more. Dogs must be leashed at all times, and are not permitted on beaches/sports fields or within 15 metres of the water’s edge. If you are interested in reserving time on the ice please visit our Request a Facility page. The Clearview woman's case is linked to an institutional outbreak. Increased Enforcement and Parking Fines The hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. As mandated by the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit, face coverings are required in public indoor spaces. Health unit confirms 36 new COVID cases today, including 5 in Innisfil This is the highest number of cases reported in a single day by the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit offices are located on Sperling Drive in north-end Barrie. Innisfil boy among new COVID cases confirmed in Simcoe County today The health unit has confirmed one youth under 18 from Innisfil is among today's cases The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit offices are located on Sperling Drive in north-end Barrie.