Posts Categorized: Peterborough Public Health

Mandatory Face Coverings in Indoor Public Settings

Starting August 1, 2020 face covering will be mandatory in indoor settings in Peterborough County. For more information please read Instruction from the Medical Officer of Health regarding mandatory face coverings in indoor public settings (pdf – 721KB). If you have a complaint about an establishment, public transit service, or commercial transportation service please fill… Read more »

Drive-Through Testing for COVID-19 Available at Kinsmen Centre Starting May 27 in Peterborough

From Peterborough Public Health: Starting on Wednesday, May 27, local residents without symptoms can access drive-through testing for COVID-19 at the Kinsmen Civic Centre on a first-come, first-served basis. This announcement was made today by local healthcare partners Peterborough Regional Health Centre (PRHC), Peterborough County-City Paramedics, and Peterborough Public Health. Residents with symptoms are directed… Read more »

Sewage System Permits in Douro-Dummer

Effective May 21, 2019, the Township of Douro-Dummer will be responsible for the enforcement of all sewage systems within the Township boundaries. For more information please read the Media Release: Sewage System Permits in Douro-Dummer (pdf – 105KB) For more information please contact: Brian Fawcett, Chief Building Official Township of Douro-Dummer 894 South Street, Warsaw,… Read more »

Public Meeting – Septic Re-Inspection Program

The Council of the Township of Douro-Dummer invites all interested parties to attend a Public Meeting (pdf – 101KB) to discuss the concept of a Septic Re-inspection program. Representatives from Peterborough Public Health will be in attendance to present information on how the re-inspection program would work. The meeting will take place in the Municipal Council Chambers at 5:00… Read more »

Peterborough Public Health Monitoring for West Nile Virus

Peterborough Public Health Monitoring for West Nile Virus Peterborough Public Health is advising residents to avoid mosquito bites this season and reduce breeding grounds in order to prevent the spread of West Nile virus. Peterborough Public Health staff trap mosquitoes and test larvae from standing water pools throughout the City and County of Peterborough.  In… Read more »