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Bylaw to step up enforcement of no parking areas; more washrooms added

Bylaw enforcement officers last weekend, issued 119 parking tickets throughout Prince Edward County, following new, no parking areas being established.

The action was taken last week to improve traffic flow for vehicles and first responders, especially in high traffic areas around provincial parks, conservation areas, beaches, and downtown commercial areas.

No parking areas are in place at waterfronts that are commonly accessed from municipal roads. Signs indicate no parking areas. Drivers are responsible for scanning the area for signs before parking and obeying all parking restrictions.

Municipal staff will also be on site at the Wellington Rotary Beach throughout the weekend to enforce the rules and assist with crowd control.

Visitors are reminded that Wellington Rotary Beach is closed from 11 pm – 7 am each day and the following restrictions are in place:
No overnight camping or parking
No alcoholic beverages
No barbecuing
No pets off leash
Please clean up after yourselves and your pets and do not feed waterfowl or wildlife.

The municipality has added more public washrooms and extended hours of operation to better serve the community.

Permanent washroom locations
Building washrooms will now open one hour earlier at 8 am and close at 7 pm, seven days a week. They will be cleaned twice a day. Building washrooms are located at (new additions in bold):

  • Skate Park, Picton Fairgrounds
  • Benson Park, Picton
  • Wellington Park, Wellington
  • Wellington Ball Diamond
  • Wellington Beach
  • Millpond Park, Bloomfield
  • Town Hall, Bloomfield
  • West Fall Park, Carrying Place
  • Roblin Lake Park, Ameliasburgh

Seasonal washroom locations
Portable toilets are also available in several other locations to expand services across the County. The portable toilets will be equipped with hand sanitizer or portable sinks, and will be cleaned daily. They are located at (new locations in bold):

  • Jack Taylor Park, Hillier
  • North Marysburgh Town Hall, Waupoos
  • Glendon Green Boat Launch, Athol
  • Weller’s Bay/Edward Drive Boat Launch, Consecon
  • Rossmore Boat Launch, Rossmore
  • Northport Boat Launch, Sophiasburgh
  • South Bay Boat Launch, South Marysburgh
  • Athol Park, Cherry Valley
  • Picton Marina boat launch
  • Consecon Park

An online map is available to help people find the location nearest to them when they are travelling around the County. Learn more

For more information, contact the County of Prince Edward at 613.476.2148 extension 1023, 613.962.9108 extension 1023, or email info@pecounty.on.ca.

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