Today (July 6), the City of Brampton announced that Brampton’s Provincial Offences Courthouse will reopen and spray pad hours will be extended, as part of the City’s reopening and recovery plan.
The Ontario Court of Justice Provincial Offences Court located at 5 Ray Lawson Boulevard will be reopening today.
Those who are attending the courthouse must follow all posted signage and directions.
There will also be a designated one-way entry door, where visitors will be greeted by a security guard.
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Hand sanitizer will be provided and visitors are being asked to review the posted COVID-19 self-screening questions prior to entry.
Visitors can then visit the Information Counter for a queue ticket.
If the queue is at capacity, visitors will be prompted to provide their cell phone number to receive a queue number via text message and will be asked to wait outside until they are advised with the text message to enter the building.
Colour-coded floor markings will guide visitors to different service areas in the building.
Residents are reminded that all in-person Provincial Offences Act matters will be adjourned until September 11, 2020.
As of today, spray pad operating hours have also been extended.
Spray pads in Brampton will now be open from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, weather permitting, instead of 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Peel Public Health and the City of Brampton urge everyone to maintain physical distancing, practise good hand hygiene by washing hands often, using alcohol-based hand sanitizer when on the go and covering coughs and sneezes.
The City urges people not to attend the courthouse or spray pads if they are feeling unwell.
Photo courtesy of the City of Brampton