City of Dorval, April 23, 2020
” As the current situation related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) is evolving, the City of Dorval has decided to cancel its events until at least May 31.
This decision to extend the cancellation of all events beyond the initially announced date of April 30 was taken to respect the Direction régionale de la santé publique’s guidelines in regards to public gatherings.
Furthermore, other activities organized by the City, such as courses (aquatic, as well as fitness and wellness) and open activities (eg. in the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex’s gymnasium and pools), are cancelled beyond April 30 until further notice, while awaiting the Quebec government’s guidelines on the subject.
Citizens who are enrolled in a class/workshop or who have purchased tickets for certain events will be credited or reimbursed according to the procedure in place in the current context.
To consult the detailed list of cancelled events during the month of May, visit www.city.dorval.qc.ca.
It is important to know that municipal services are still open to Dorval citizens by phone and online (registration, reservation, requests, etc.) and that the various coordinates can be found at www.city.dorval.qc.ca.
Summer Session: Registration and Information Meeting
Registration for the City of Dorval’s summer programming, which starts on May 19, as well as registration for various day camps, scheduled throughout the month of May, are maintained for the time being. More detailed instructions will be communicated at a later date if changes occur regarding registration procedures.
Information meetings scheduled over the coming weeks for various day camps are cancelled. Parents’ guides and more information regarding these activities will soon be available online, however, and it will be possible for residents to email their questions to those in charge.
Municipal Buildings and Sports Facilities
For the moment, all municipal buildings of the City of Dorval remain closed. A decision on their potential opening will come next week, once the Quebec government rules on the matter.
Please note that the City is currently working in order to ensure that all its facilities (sport fields, aquatic centres, community centres, etc.) are ready when the opening will be possible in a safe and secure way for Dorval citizens.
Many Dorval organizations, which had planned on holding their annual general meeting in May, had to cancel them. Therefore, we invite you to contact your organization or your association in order to verify the schedule of activities over the upcoming weeks.
Please visit www.city.dorval.qc.ca regularly for periodic updates on the evolution of the COVID-19 situation in Dorval.
Lastly, citizens are urged to continue following the hygiene instructions of the Direction régionale de la santé publique (santemontreal.qc.ca/en/public). They are also invited to call 514 630-2123 if they display symptoms such as a cough or fever, difficulty breathing, or sudden loss of sense of smell or taste without nasal congestion.”
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