Long Point Region Conservation Authority – Updated Response to COVID-19March 24, 2020
LPRCA facilities closed, flood forecasting continues and certain services available remotely
Long Point Region Conservation Authority (LPRCA) closed facilities at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, March 23, in accordance with direction from the provincial government. Flood forecasting and warning services will not be disrupted, and other Authority services, such as planning and permit review, will continue remotely while staff work from home.
LPRCA will continue to follow the guidance of the government and health professionals to help ensure the safety of all.
The closed LPRCA facilities are:
LPRCA Administration Office, Tillsonburg
LPRCA Workshop, Waterford
Backus Heritage Conservation Area, Port Rowan
Deer Creek Conservation Area, Langton
Haldimand Conservation Area, Nanticoke
Norfolk Conservation Area, Simcoe
Waterford North Conservation Area, Waterford
For everyone’s safety, please respect the closures and do not visit LPRCA facilities at this time.
LPRCA will continue flood forecasting and warning services with staff working remotely.
Similarly, planning services will continue operation remotely, with planning applications being accepted digitally. Applications and inquiries can be submitted to email@example.com.
General inquiries can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The latest information will be shared through www.lprca.on.ca and LPRCA’s Facebook and Twitter feeds.
Further service disruptions and changes will be communicated through the LPRCA website and social media accounts.