RRCA Response to COVID-19: Operations & Business Continuity

November 1, 2021

Original Post: March 16, 2020

Last updated: November 1, 2021

Following the advice of public health officials in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Raisin Region Conservation Authority (RRCA) has modified its operations for the safety of staff, board members, volunteers, and the general public.

RRCA staff are actively screened for COVID-19 prior to starting their work day.  Staff are encouraged to work from home, when possible, and limit non-essential travel and in-person meetings. 

Additional details are below:

Administration Office

The RRCA Administration Office (18045 County Road 2, Cornwall) is open to the public, with precautionary measures in place.  

Community members and partners are encouraged to correspond with staff by phone or e-mail and drop off paperwork in a secure dropbox located at the main office entrance. Should an in-person meeting with staff be required, community members and partners are asked to schedule a meeting in advance. Visitors meeting with staff will be actively screened for symptoms of COVID-19.  Click here for the RRCA staff directory.

Conservation Areas

While our network of nature trails remain open, some amenities (such as the Cooper Marsh visitors centre) are currently closed.  While enjoying our trails, visitors are to practice physical distancing and avoid gathering in groups or touching common surfaces. Public health officials recommend wearing a mask or face covering outdoors when 2 m physical distancing is not possible.  

If the parking lot is full, please consider visiting another Conservation Area.

Factility bookings are not available at this time.

To view detailed information about our Conservation Areas and recreational services, visit the links below:

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