Windsor Closed For Canada Day

(WINDSOR, ON) – City of Windsor offices will be closed on Tuesday, July 1, in observance of the Canada Day Holiday. City Council’s meeting schedule will be unaffected by this holiday, and Council will meet as per usual at 6:00 pm on June 30.

311 Call Centre

The 311 Call Centre will be closed. Regular hours will resume on July 2 from 7:00 am.

211 Windsor-Essex

The 211 Call Centre will be open 24 hours on Tuesday, serviced from Toronto.

Garbage and Recycling Collections

There will be no residential collection services on Tuesday, July 1.  Monday’s garbage collection area will remain the same but all other collection areas will have their residential garbage and recycling collection services delayed by one day.

Public Drop-off and Household Chemical Waste Depots

The depots located at the northeast corner of Central Avenue and EC Row will be closed. 

Parks and Recreation

All community centres and all customer care centres will be closed with the exception of scheduled rentals. Outdoor pools will be open from 1:30 pm until 5:00 pm. Sandpoint Beach will be open 1:00 pm until 7:00 pm, weather permitting. All arenas will be closed.

Parking Enforcement

There will be no parking enforcement and municipal ticket payment offices will be closed.

Windsor Public Library

All locations of the Windsor Public Library will be closed. Regular hours resume on Wednesday.

Windsor’s Community Museum

Windsor’s Community Museum will be open regular hours on July 1, from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm.

Transit Windsor

City buses will operate on a regular Sunday/Holiday schedule on July 1. The Tunnel Bus will operate on a weekday schedule.

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