Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

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A Plan to Safely Reopen Ontario and Manage COVID-19 for the Long-Term 

The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, has released A Plan to Safely Reopen Ontario and Manage COVID-19 for the Long-Termwhich outlines the province’s gradual approach to lifting remaining public health and workplace safety measures by March 2022. The plan will be guided by the ongoing assessment of key public health and health care indicators and supported by local or regional tailored responses to COVID-19

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Status of Town facilities and services 

(updated October 22, 2021)

Town Offices
Building, Planning and By-Law (10 Lisgar Ave.)

Open with capacity limits (maximum 1 customer at a time).

For inquires call 519-688-3009 x 4600

Corporate Office (200 Broadway)

Access by appointment only. Call 519-688-3009 for the company directory or to speak with a Customer Service Representative.

Customer Service Centre (10 Lisgar Ave.)

Open with capacity limits (maximum of 2 customers at a time). 

Call 519-688-3009 to speak with a Customer Service Representative about your needs.

Remember, payments can be dropped off in the external dropbox located to the left of the exterior entry doors. Other payment options are also available.


Recreation Facilities 

Please be advised that this information is subject to change at any time as directed by the Province of Ontario.


Community Centre (45 Hardy Ave.)

The Community Centre building is open. Active screening and gathering of contact information will be required for entry. The Customer Service Desk will be open by appointment only. 


Effective October 31, proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required for anyone over the age of 12 who enters an indoor area of a sports or recreational fitness facility to participate in, coach, officiate, or watch organized sport. The requirement will come into effect on October 31, as per the Letter of Instruction from Southwestern Public Health.


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Dave Johnson Memorial Dog Park
The dog park is open.

Open for league play and tournaments with restrictions (active screening and gathering of contact info).

Disc Golf
The disc golf course in Coronation Park is open.
J.L. Scott McLean Outdoor Recreation Pad (45 Hardy Ave.)

The J.L. Scott McLean Outdoor Recreational Pad is open.

Kolin Smith Memorial Skate Park and Pump Track
Both the skate park and pump track are open.
Lake Lisgar Waterpark

Closed for the season

Optimist Tennis Courts
The Optimist Tennis Courts are open.

Fully open. Portable restrooms will be placed in parks.

All playgrounds in the Town of Tillsonburg are open. 
Senior Centre

Get updates on their Facebook page.


Cultural & Other Community Facilities
Annandale National Historic Site and Museum
Active screening and gathering of contact info is required for admission.
  • Operating hours will be Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • The first floor of Annandale House and the Pratt gallery will be open for pre-booked, guided tours Monday to Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Oxford County Library - Tillsonburg Branch
Station Arts Centre


Transfer Station

The Transfer Station is open.

Transportation Services
In-town and inter-municipal transit service remain operational during the province-wide shutdown to provide a safe and reliable transportation service for your essential travel needs.  COVID-19 safety measures are in place:
  • Service capacity is reduced (Limit of 8-passenger capacity for In-Town service and 10-passenger capacity for Inter-community service)

  • Face masks are mandatory for all passengers as recommended by Southwest Public Health

  • High touch areas of the vehicles are cleaned and sanitized after each route

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 Tillsonburg Airport

The Airport Terminal is open and staffed daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The flight school is open.

The Airport Café is open.


COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Information

Walk-ins and appointments are currently available. Many pop-up clinics will be organized over the coming weeks. Please see the Southwestern Public Health website for the latest list of pop-up locations

  • Check the current eligibility requirements
  • To book your appointment online go to  Choose your preferred location from the dropdown menu.
  • Those who don't have internet access may call 226-289-3560 (8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday to Sunday)
  • If you experience difficulties booking an appointment and are age 75+, you can join the Southwestern Public Health Help List. Health unit staff will call you with an appointment location, date and time. 

Those being vaccinated are welcome to bring a support person with them to their appointment only if they require assistance related to any mobility, visual, hearing or cognitive concern. Their support person can attend the appointment with them if they pass a COVID-19 screening questionnaire upon arrival. Support people will not be able to receive the vaccine unless they are also eligible and have an appointment. It is also important for those being vaccinated to understand that they should arrive at the appointment time only. To ensure physical distancing, there will be no line ups so please arrive “just on time,” wearing a short-sleeved shirt and wearing a face-covering.

You are also asked to bring a completed consent form to your appointment to avoid delays at the clinic. Consent forms are available at

COVID-19 Vaccinations - Local Pharmacies

Vaccinations are also available at select pharmacies


COVID-19 Assessment Centre

The Assessment Centre is located down the street from the hospital at 17 Bear Street. No referral is needed but for safety reasons, patients will be asked to schedule an appointment for testing. The Assessment Centre is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To book an appointment for COVID-19 testing at the TDMH Assessment Centre call 1.855.905.6148. Please note that effective January 15, COVID-19 Assessment Centres located in Woodstock, Tillsonburg and Ingersoll will no longer be testing individuals who are travelling outside of Canada and require a COVID-19 test before travelling or entering their country of destination. This is in compliance with a change in testing criteria from the Province of Ontario. Individuals requiring testing for international travel clearance should consult their travel carrier for the most up-to-date information. 


During this difficult time, resources are available to support businesses and individuals. Businesses can access programs and services from federal, provincial and local governments. Available resources for individuals include; food banks, financial and mental health support, employment assistance, and more.

Support for Business

COVID-19 Resources for Business

The Town of Tillsonburg is working with the Tillsonburg District Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Business Improvement Area to help support business owners through this challenging season.

A web page has been created to help you learn about the various government programs and support services that are being introduced from all levels of government. It will be updated regularly as new information becomes available.

View Resources


Other local resources

Support for Individuals
Food Bank
Helping Hand Food Bank - Existing Clients 

If you are a regular client, the Food Bank will be open Wednesdays from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please have ID ready. You will be given a number and will wait outside until called. One client will be allowed in store at a time. All hampers will be pre packed and bread, meat and dairy added when the client comes. No special orders.

Helping Hand Food Bank - New Clients

If you are now in need of support from the Food Bank and have not accessed our services before, please call 519.688.3434 to set up an appointment. Leave your name, number and details and we will get back to you ASAP.

Salvation Army – Tillsonburg Community Services

Tillsonburg Salvation Army Community Services is open to assist clients with emergency food and shelter by appointment only. Please call 519.842.4447 ext 104 or email

St. Mary's/St. Vincent De Paul

If you need emergency food, call 519.842.3224 for assistance

Employment Assistance

If you are a student or an adult looking for employment, here are some organizations who can help.



Tillsonburg Multi-Service Centre

Work in Oxford - Community Employment Services


Employment Services Elgin


Community Career and Employment Services, Fanshawe


Financial Support
Mental Health Supports


Support for Seniors

Support for at-risk seniors

If you are a senior or know a senior or adult with disabilities who is experiencing financial challenges, unable to meet their nutritional needs, in need of assistance with transportation to access healthy food, help is available.

Learn more


Oxford County Community Support Services Network

Grocery Buddy Programs, Meal Delivery Programs, Wellness Checks, Care Giver Assistance, and more. Call 1.888.866.7518


Caregiver Support Resources

Community Support Services recently launched a Caregiver Support Portal providing valuable resources and support.

Media Releases

 Town of Tillsonburg Updates
 Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital Updates
 Southwestern Public Health Updates
 Government of Ontario Updates