Throughout the pandemic, small business owners in Clearview Township have put safety at the forefront by offering online shopping, curb side pick-up, take-out, local delivery, and free shipping. And now that many retail stores have reopened, careful business practices will continue thanks to a tool kit that was developed in partnership with the Creemore BIA, Clearview Chamber of Commerce and the Township of Clearview. The municipality has distributed one hundred free kits to Clearview businesses that include PPE, sanitizer, floor stickers and posters that will help control traffic in stores and assist in communicating a consistent message and setting expectations for shoppers.
The Creemore Farmers’ Market will also be exercising extreme caution when it opens on Saturday, June 27. The market will be relocated to the Creemore Springs Brewery south parking lot on the corner of Mill and Edward Streets with strict public health protocols in place. People are encouraged to order online in advance at www.openfoodnetwork.ca. Pick-up of pre-paid or pre-ordered product is from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. and the market is open to people who have not pre-ordered from 10:00 a.m. to noon.
So, while things will look a little different this summer, locals, and visitors when they are welcomed back to the region in the future, can feel confident that Clearview Township is moving safely towards its “new normal”. For additional details about Nottawasaga Station in Stayner please call 705-517-1700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to forward you a full package of our sales information and answer any questions you may have.