City of Vaughan

05/23/2020 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 05/23/2020 08:03

Continue to stay informed

As the global COVID-19 pandemic evolves, the City of Vaughan continues to keep citizens informed of the latest developments and precautionary measures in place. The health and safety of the community remains the top priority. There are many ways citizens can stay up to date on the City's latest efforts, including eNewsletters, social networks, web content and more.

To receive news as it is released, sign up for the City Update eNewsletter at follow the official corporate channels on Twitter, Facebook, Instagramand LinkedIn. For more information on City matters, contact Access Vaughan at 905-832-2281 or [email protected].


In addition to City Update, there are many other eNewsletters citizens can subscribe to from Members of Council, the Vaughan Economic Monitor and Recreation Services. Subscribe today on the City's website.

Vaughan Public Libraries (VPL) also shares information about programs, services, announcements, staff picks and more via VPL's eNewsletter .


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The City continues to work closely with all levels of government to respond to COVID-19. Many resources are available for people to stay informed and citizens are encouraged to learn more about the different rolesof municipal, regional, provincial and federal governments in an emergency.

The City's COVID-19-related updates are available at well as in the newsroomsection on more information about City matters, including cancellations, disruptions and postponements, please call Access Vaughan at 905-832-2281.

York Region provides a multitude of online resources for members of the public, including information from Public Health officials, self-assessment guidelines, physical distancing protocols and more. Explore these COVID-19 materials at

The Ontario government continues to enhance measures to how public information is provided. As the outbreak evolves, the Province has launched a dedicated webpagewith online resources and a data summary from Public Health Ontario.

Those who feel unwell and believe they have symptoms related to COVID-19 should contact York Region Public Health or Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000.