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LaSalle Facilities and Services during COVID-19

The Town of LaSalle is taking the following precautions and adjusting its services to limit the number of people at an event and to encourage physical distancing:

LaSalle Council Meetings

As part of the ongoing response to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Town of LaSalle will host their Regular Meeting of Council online. Members of LaSalle Council will meet electronically, and the meeting will be streamed live on the Town of LaSalle's YouTube Channel.

In accordance with LaSalle's Procedural By-law, a Regular Meeting of Council held electronically allows public participation via video conference technology. Those wishing to participate must contact the Clerk’s office to register. Written comments from the public regarding an agenda item are encouraged. Comments from the public regarding an agenda item must be received in writing by the Clerk for the Town of LaSalle no later than on the day of the meeting by noon to be included during the meeting. 

Property Taxes and Water Bills

The Town of LaSalle, in conjunction with the other local county municipalities, have been waiving penalty and interest on property tax and/or water bill payments since April 2020. Late payment fees will now be applied to outstanding balances on property taxes and water bills beginning on October 1, 2020, and will be charged on the first of every month thereafter.

Convenient pre-authorized payment plans are available: automatic withdrawals on the due dates, a 10-month plan and a 12-month plan. For those who start a monthly pre-authorized payment plan before October 1, the outstanding balance will be divided between the payments in October, November and December to clear the balance by the end of 2020, avoiding penalty and interest charges. Pre-authorized payment forms are available on the Payment Options page on the Town's website or at the Tax Counter at the LaSalle Civic Centre.

LaSalle Property Tax Billing

New! Register through the Town of LaSalle Online Services to view your property tax bills and transactions. Once registered, your property tax bills will be emailed to you, starting with the Interim Bill that was issued in February 2021. A PIN# to create your account can be found on the property tax bill that was mailed in June, or call the Town of LaSalle Finance Department at 519-969-7770, ext. 1230.

Residential Quarterly Water Billing

Register through the Town of LaSalle Online Services to login and view your quarterly water bills. Set up your account to receive your bills by email. A PIN# to create your account can be found on a previous water bill, or call the Town of LaSalle Finance Department at 519-969-7770, ext. 1230.

LaSalle Civic Centre

LaSalle Town Hall re-opens to the public on Monday, March 1, 2021 for town business only. Access into the building will be limited, and a security guard will be monitoring access at the entrance closest to the parking lot.  Patrons should make an appointment in advance when meeting with Town personnel.

There is a drop-off location available inside the building to leave correspondence for municipal staff like building plans, maps, etc. The outdoor drop box, located to the right of the main doors off the parking lot, is also available to leave payments (please do not leave cash) and forms. 

LaSalle Town Hall is located at 5950 Malden Road, and the hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. 

Patrons visiting the building for drop-off/pick-up of items or for an appointment will need to complete COVID-19 screening before entering, will need to wear a face covering and will need to sanitize their hands. Please keep a 2m distance from staff and others, and stand behind the shields when speaking with employees at the customer service counters. Anyone not wearing a mask or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 will be asked to leave and contact the Town by phone, email or through the customer service portal. Your cooperation is appreciated.

  • Spay and neuter vouchers for 2021 are now available. Please contact the Clerk's department at 519-969-7770 extension 1234 to book an appointment.
  • 2021 LaSalle Dog Licence purchase deadline has been extended to June 30, 2021
  • Marriage Licences, Commissioning of documents, and Lottery Licences are by appointment only.
  • The LaSalle Friendship Centre and the atrium remain closed.

There are several options to contact municipal staff. Please visit www.lasalle.ca/customerservice for options.

LaSalle Branch of the Essex County Library

  • The LaSalle Branch of the Essex County Library continues to offer curbside pickup, phone support, mailing services, and online activities for community residents and library patrons.
  • A pick-up location is available inside the entrance of the Town of LaSalle Civic Centre for items borrowed from the Library.

LaSalle Branch Hours

  • As of Monday, December 21, 2020:
    • on-site and curbside services will be available from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday

For guidelines and more information on the use of the library, please visit the Essex County Library website.

Event Cancellations/Changes

  • LaSalle Strawberry Festival cancelled for 2021
  • Last Call Before Fall event cancelled for 2021

Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex, Riverdance Community Centre, Programs/Rentals at Local Schools

Visit our COVID-19 Vollmer Complex webpage for information on programming, rentals, and memberships during the pandemic.

LaSalle Parks, Playgrounds and Boat Ramp

LaSalle Playground

In response to the Province of Ontario's announcements with respect to COVID-19 and reopening certain outdoor amenities, the following is open in the Town of LaSalle (weather permitting):

  • Courts - this includes tennis, pickleball, basketball and sand volleyball
  • Skateboard park at the Vollmer Complex
  • Fishing from municipal property is permitted
  • Pavilions and shelters
    • Rental permits will not be issued this season for formal rentals, and additional picnic tables will not be provided. Use will be first come, first served. Picnic tables are not sanitized, and users must keep physical distancing in mind when using these areas. 
  • LaSalle Boat ramp
  • Splash pad at the Vollmer Complex
  • Playgrounds and play equipment
  • Town of LaSalle owned soccer fields and baseball/softball diamonds are open for use by rental groups that have current contracts in place.

Restrictions are still in place for the following until further notice:

  • Sports fields are closed to the non-user groups without a current contract in place, use of the sports fields are being reassessed 
  • LaSalle outdoor concession, located at the Vollmer Complex, is closed
  • LaSalle Outdoor Pool, located on Front Road at Laurier Drive, was not open to the public in summer 2020, this will be re-evaluated for the 2021 season.

As per the Province of Ontario and the Windsor Essex County Health Unit, residents must continue to keep a distance of two metres (6 feet) apart from people that are not part of their household or social group. Opening outdoor amenities means that there are more chances for residents to be around each other. It is important to continue to follow the public health advice: stay home when sick, wash hands frequently for at least 20 seconds, keep a two-metre distance away from others, limit gatherings, and wear a mask when it is difficult to keep physical distance. 

LaSalle Garbage Collection

For the safety of their staff, Windsor Disposal Services Ltd. has requested:

Windsor Disposal Services

  • Residents refrain from assisting with garbage or recycle collection and or collection of containers.
  • Please ensure to use the Social Distancing Guidelines. All garbage should be bagged and tied for collection including all items inside a garbage bin. Loose garbage in pails or untied bags will be refused due to health and safety concerns. 

LaSalle Transit Bus

LaSalle Transit

LaSalle Transit service resumed operations on Monday, May 4, 2020. It is operating one bus 6 days a week, from Monday to Saturday, on the “Saturday” schedule.

Face masks are mandatory on all Transit buses.  To ensure there is adequate distance between riders and drivers, protective barriers are installed on all Transit Windsor and LaSalle Transit busses.  Passengers will be asked to follow a one-way flow, boarding through the front of the vehicle and exiting through the rear doors.  Exceptions will be made enabling customers with mobility issues to exit through the front of the bus.

Fair collection resumed on Monday, October 19, 2020. Riders are encouraged to re-load Transit Windsor Smart Cards at either the Windsor International Transit Terminal (300 Chatham Street West) or Transit Centre (3700 North Service Road East).

Visit Transit Windsor for up to date information. 

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