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CITY OF MISSISSAUGA COVID-19 WEBSITE

HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY:

Provincial Guidelines for Hotels:

Refer to the Covid-19: Provincial Government page for Current Ontario restrictions and guidelines on:

  • -  Meeting & Event Facilities

  • -  Organized Public Events, Social Gatherings, Religious Services, Rites and Ceremonies

    • -  Events & Gatherings

    • -  Weddings, Funerals and other Religious Services, Rites or Ceremonies

  • -  Bars & Restaurants

  • -  Pools, Spas & Recreational Water

City of Mississauga Guidelines for Hotels:

Please refer to the latest measures and restrictions from the City of Mississauga here.

Please refer to the most current Peel Region Sector-specific Guidance

BARS & RESTAURANTS:

-  Indoor and outdoordining is not allowed (except in hospitals and airports).

-  Take-out, drive through, and delivery are permitted.

-  Alcohol can be sold between only 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. through take-out, drive through or delivery.

-  When lining up and/or entering a facility to pick up a take-out order, customers must wear a mask and stay 2 metres/6 feet away from other people not in their household.

-  A written safety plan is required outlining measures and controls put into place to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

-  Employees must wear masks whenever they cannot maintain physical distancing of 2 metres or 6 feet from other people.

December 18, 2020: Ontario Caps Food Delivery Fees to Protect Small Businesses Effective December 19, 2020 at 12:01 a.m.​

December 09, 2020: Ontario Permanently Allowing Alcohol with Food Takeout and Delivery 

October 13, 2020: Ontario Continues to Support Restaurants During COVID-19 Pandemic. Province Helping to Offset Fixed Costs and Permitting Alcohol with Delivery and Takeout Food Orders


 

MEETING & EVENT FACILITIES:

Social gatherings

-  No indoor gatherings are allowed, except with the people you live with. If you live alone or are a single parent, you may consider having exclusive, close contact with another household.

-  Limit of 5 people for outdoor organized public events and social gatherings, with physical distancing

Organizers of private gatherings that exceed these limits can receive a minimum fine of $10,000 and a temporary closure order. Individuals can also receive tickets of $750.

Weddings, funerals and other religious services, rites or ceremonies

-  Limit is 10 people indoors or 10 people outdoors with physical distancing

-  Virtual and drive-in gatherings, events services, rites or ceremonies are allowed

POOLS, SPAS AND RECREATIONAL WATER:

-  All indoor public pools are closed including recreational water facilities in hotels, motels, campgrounds, golf courses, marinas and resorts.

-  Pools in condo buildings can remain open for residents from the same household.


 

SUPPORT FOR BUSINESSES:

For Government support such as grants, loans, credits and other government programs please visit our Government Support for Businesses page here.

January 13, 2021: 2021 Property Tax Deferral Program Available for Eligible Mississauga Property Owners

REOPENING THE CITY OF MISSISSAUGA:

February 19, 2021: Stay-at-Home Order Extended in Toronto and Peel Public Health Regions Along with North Bay-Parry Sound (York Region to Return to Strengthened COVID-19 Response Framework)

January 12, 2021:  Enhanced Public Health and Workplace Safety Measures in Provincewide Shutdown

January 12, 2021: Ontario Declares Second Provincial Emergency Effective Immediately to Address COVID-19 Crisis and Save Lives

December 21, 2020: COVID-19: Government of Ontario Announces Provincewide Shutdown in Effect in Peel until January 23, 2021

December 21, 2020: Ontario Announces Provincewide Shutdown to Stop Spread of COVID-19. Effective as of Saturday, December 26, 2020, at 12:01 a.m.

Provincewide Shutdown PDFThe information contained in this document is intended to communicate a summary of information about measures proposed to come into effect in Ontario or in areas of Ontario at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, December 26.

September 16, 2020: Mandatory Face Covering By-law extended until January 20, 2021

July 08, 2020: The Mandatory Face Covering By-law in all enclosed public places comes into effect on July 10, 2020. By-Law is available here in PDF. Read more FAQ’s for this new By-Law here. For more information on what businesses need to know, enforcement and exceptions please click here.
 

RESOURCES:

Peel Region COVID-19 Website

Covid Alert App: Helping Ontario businesses and organizations to show their Ontario spirit and get the word out about COVID Alert

Guidance for workplaces and businesses in Peel

Guidance for Businesses

Web Portal to Support Businesses

July 13, 2020: Guidelines for Mandatory Face Covering By-Law Webinar Recording

July 09, 2020: How to Respond to COVID-19 in the Workplace Webinar Recording

Archived News: COVID-19: City of Mississauga News & Updates