Masks and proof of vaccination are no longer required inside of buildings in Ontario. It is recommended if you are sick or are experiencing symptoms, to wear a mask when entering facilities where you are congregating with a large group of people. 

News and Notices 

 November Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic

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Are you looking for your first or updated vaccine? Come out to EG'S Sports Complex on November 25 at 12:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. To book an appointment, please visit


 December Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic

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Are you looking for your first or updated vaccine? Come out to EG'S Holland Landing Community Centre on December 8 at 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. To book or learn more visit


Civic Centre
What's Open in EG?

Indoor and Outdoor Amenities, and conducting Town business.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Eligibility, Locations, Tips and Assistance.


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Business Support

The EG Economic Development Department is here to support our business community.

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Mayor Messages and Memos

Read messages from the Mayor and COVID-19 related memos.

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COVID-19 Statistics

Learn about the latest numbers in EG and surrounding areas.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You might find the answer to your questions here.


Stay connected to the Town
Residents can contact Customer Service for assistance via the below methods:

The Town will share news and updates through: 

Resident concerns
To report physical distancing concerns in residential homes please contact York Regional Police at their non-emergency number at 1-866-876-5423. If the complaint is in relation to a municipal facility or business please complete the online By-law Complaint Form.
 Do you need help to self-isolate?

Close contact continues to drive the spread of COVID-19 and the variant in York Region. Residents who need a comfortable place to safely self-isolate from others may be eligible for a free stay at York Region's COVID-19 Voluntary Isolation Centre. While the Centre is not a health care facility, it can be a home away from home for residents to rest and recover from COVID-19, free of charge for up to 14 days. For those who have come in close contact with someone with COVID-19, the Centre is a safe place to self-isolate. Each stay at the Centre helps reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the community. The Centre is operated by the Canadian Red Cross on York Region's behalf.

For more information and eligibility details, visit

Community support 

Reference and community links

COVID-19 roles and responsibilities 
 List of COVID-19 rules and responsibilities for East Gwillimbury, York Region, Ontario and Canada