As the Government announced earlier this week, we must continue our health efforts for another 28 days to break this second wave. If we want to win this fight against COVID-19, we must bear in mind the importance of following the health guidelines established in our town, which is now in the Red Zone.
In this regard, we would like to remind you that Town Hall remains open to residents; however, if you need to come in person, please make an appointment in advance. With the colder weather, we especially would not want to have to keep you waiting outside if several people show up at the same time. As recommended by the Government of Québec, the Town is encouraging its employees to work at home. We are therefore asking you to give preference to communication by telephone or email.
Library – contactless pick-up service
We wish to remind you that you can reserve your books online and then pick them up at the library. More information is available on our website: https://biblio.ville.rosemere.qc.ca/procedures
Virtual programming to entertain you
The Town has redesigned many of its activities to provide residents with a variety of virtual programming. Keep an eye out on our communication platforms to keep up to date on the new activities! For more information: https://www.ville.rosemere.qc.ca/covid-19-en/
Friendship calls and grocery service
In order to break seniors' isolation, but also to help other residents who are suffering from loneliness, we have set up a Friendship Call Service! Would you like to talk to someone or do you need help ordering groceries or pharmacy items? Don't hesitate to contact us at 450 621-3500, ext. 7384, and mention that you would like to receive a Friendship Call. We will take note of your contact information and a member of our team will be happy to contact you to discuss your situation.
We are aware that this is a "war effort" and that we are all exhausted, but the health of our loved ones, friends and family is at stake.
So, let's put our hearts into it again and not give up!