Municipality of the County of Inverness

Municipal Covid-19 Response and Precautionary Measures

March 16th, 2020


COVID-19 Response and Precautionary Measures


INVERNESS COUNTY, N.S. – Following the lead of the Province of Nova Scotia and Government of Canada, as of tomorrow, March 17th 2020, the Municipality of the County of Inverness will be closing some facilities to the public. These facilities include the administrative office in Port Hood, the public drop off area at the Recycling Facility as well as the Infrastructure & Emergency Services Building in Strathlorne until further notice.

Residents looking to make payments on water or tax bills can do so via online payment or by mail until the administrative office reopens. For any questions, Municipal staff will be available to contact through phone and email.

More public health measures may yet be taken by the Municipality, but emergency and essential services will continue.

As per public health officials, if you develop a fever with a temperature of 38° C or higher or a cough, call 8-1-1 for assessment immediately. Do not go to a health clinic, emergency room or COVID-19 assessment centre unless 8-1-1 has referred you.

Inverness County resident can find the most accurate information at: Residents should follow hygiene and social distancing guidelines as outlined by the Nova Scotia Health Authority.



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