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Town Hall Remains Closed

The provincial Stay-at-home Order is set to expire on June 2nd.  When it does, all other public health and workplace measures remain in place province-wide, including restrictions on gatherings, businesses, services and activities until Ontario enters Step One of the province’s Roadmap to Reopen, at which point some restrictions will ease with an initial focus on outdoor settings.

As a result of the restrictions remaining in place including for businesses, the Town Hall will remain closed at this time and its reopening will be reconsidered once Step One occurs.  Even though the facility will be closed to the public, all departments are open for business. Please contact staff by phone or email.

Payments Owing to the Town - For any payments owing to the Town, options include online or telephone banking, mailing a cheque to the Town Hall or dropping off a payment in the mail slot at the Police Station located at 15 Coleman Street. We encourage residents to use these means of payment if at all possible. Town Hall does offer payment via credit card, however, there is a 3% service charge on the value of the payment to recover costs. Please call 613-257-6200 to use this service.

With respect to parking tickets already issued, the timelines for payment and/or options to address the infraction can be found on the back of the ticket. These timelines are mandated by the Province.

For amounts owing for taxes and water, we encourage payment by the means noted above if at all possible.

Carleton Place Public Library Curbside Service - The Library will continue to offer contactless curbside pickup services. Holds can be placed at www.carletonplacelibrary.ca or by calling the library at 613-257-2702. Please note that the Library will be closed for in-person browsing until we enter Step Two of the province’s Roadmap to Reopen plan.