The Ontario government has announced that York Region, including Richmond Hill is transitioning back into the Red-Control level of the provincial COVID-19 Response Framework and the stay-at-home order is being lifted effective Monday, February 22 at 12:01 a.m.
All City facilities remain closed to the public at this time. Residents can still access many City services online or by phone. Visit and subscribe to RichmondHill.ca/COVID19 to stay updated on the status of City services and facilities.
All Richmond Hill Public Library locations remain open for pre-booked curbside pickup and drop box returns, with a variety of programs and digital services available online. Information on service changes as they become available can be found at www.rhpl.ca/reopening.
Gathering limits remain in place: organized public events and social gatherings will be 5 people indoors and 25 people outdoors. Please help keep our community safe by following all Public Heath guidelines:
For all the latest activities, visit RichmondHill.ca/RecGuide where you can register for all ages virtual programs and at-home resources.
Visit RichmondHill.ca/StayHome for a list of parks, trails and at-home resources.
Vaccinations in York Region
This is a very dynamic time and information is always being updated, so to remain current, your trusted source for COVID19 related information is york.ca/COVID19 and york.ca/COVID19Vaccine. Inquiries call also be made Monday to Friday during regular business hours to the Access York contact centre at 1-877-464-9675.
With restaurants and retail allowed to open with capacity limits effective February 22, residents are encouraged to support our small businesses and restaurants by shopping local.
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