March 16, 2020
CATFISH CREEK CONSERVATION AUTHORITY AND COVID-19
See media release here: The CCCA and COVID-19 Release
Throughout the past number of days the Catfish Creek Conservation Authority (CCCA) has been monitoring the COVID-19 situation. At this time, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has assessed the public health risk associated with COVID-19 as low for the general population. Based on local, provincial, and national health organization’s recommendations, the CCCA has made the difficult decision to cancel the remainder of the 2020 Springwater Maple Syrup Festival.
At this time, the Catfish Creek Conservation Authority will continue to remain open with modified services. The CCCA staff will continue to sell maple syrup products out of the Administration Office. Hand sanitizer and hand washing facilities are provided for our staff and customers.
As the risk level could change rapidly, we are monitoring the following websites:
Current Administration Office Procedures:
We are asking our patrons to please not enter the Administration Office if…
- They have a cough, fever, or are experiencing flu-like symptoms
- They have been out of the country within the past 14 days
- They have had contact with an infected individual or someone who has been self-isolating due to exposure to COVID-19
We will continue to assist our patrons with their camping and conservation needs through other options. Contact us at 519-773-9037 for payments with a VISA or MasterCard. Email any enquires to [email protected]
Thank you for your support.
Community Outreach Technician