If you think you have COVID-19 symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has it, use Ontario's self-assessment tool to help determine if you need to seek further care. If you’re having difficulty breathing or experiencing other severe symptoms, call 911. Always call your health care provider before visiting.

To learn more about vaccines and to book an appointment, visit WEVax.ca

Emergency Declaration Terminated

On Wednesday, April 27, 2022, Mayor Marc Bondy, as the Head of Council and Head of the LaSalle Emergency Operations Centre terminated the Declaration of Emergency which had been in effect since March 22, 2020. A report on the State of Emergency was also received by LaSalle Council on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at the Regular Meeting of LaSalle Council. 

In March of 2020, the Province of Ontario and most municipalities declared an emergency under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Town of LaSalle submitted a Declaration of Emergency to the Solicitor General’s office, not only in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic but also concurrent overland flooding concerns in the Town of LaSalle. 

Read the full news release Town of LaSalle Ends Declaration of Emergency on our News page.

LaSalle Facilities and Services

The Town of LaSalle is following the guidelines of the Province of Ontario and the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit. Please visit LaSalle's Facilities and Services during COVID-19 for more information.

When visiting a municipal building, please keep a 2-metre distance from staff and others, and stand behind the shields when speaking with employees at the customer service counters. Anyone exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 will be asked to leave and contact the Town by phone, email or through the customer service portal.

LaSalle Fire Service

Non-emergency and life-safety matters will continue to be addressed as usual. For non-emergency situations, you can contact the LaSalle Fire Service at 519-966-0744.

You may see emergency service members wearing personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks for protection. Our dedicated teams will continue to provide effective protection services while protecting the health and safety of our staff.

LaSalle Police Service

The LaSalle Police Service has resumed public access to the Police station effective March 1, 2022 following the Province of Ontario's recent announcement to gradually ease public health measures.  Face coverings will be required to enter the LaSalle Police station and physical distancing requirements remain in place.

The public can continue to access the following services remotely:

For non-emergency situations, you can contact the LaSalle Police Service at 519-969-5210.

Contact Us

Town Hall is located at the LaSalle Civic Centre (5950 Malden Road). We are open on Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. When meeting with Town staff, patrons are encouraged to book an appointment in advance.

For customers who would like to contact the Town and prefer not to do so in-person, there are options available. Contact us by phone at 519-969-7770 or use our website to access municipal information and services. Phones will be answered during regular business hours, Monday to Friday between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. The Town has a Citizen Request Portal on our website and requests can be submitted and will be sent directly to the appropriate department. More information available on our Customer Service web page. 

For after-hours service requests that may require immediate attention such as traffic lights not working, road flooding or other possible dangerous conditions, please call our after-hours number at 519-969-4143. If the issue is about an immediate threat to public safety, call 911 for emergency assistance.

Health and Safety

It is important to be vigilant as staff and as visitors to follow the precautions as outlined by the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit for everyone's safety. The following guidelines are used to protect yourself against respiratory viruses like influenza and coronavirus:

  • Maintain a 2 metre distance from others.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water thoroughly and often.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover mouth & nose with a tissue or use the inside of your elbow when you cough or sneeze.
  • Stay home and do not go to work or school if you are sick.

WEStaySafe Rapid Antigen Testing Program

The Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce has workplace self screening tests available for small to medium sized local businesses. Visit their website for more information or to sign up for the tests.

  • Free for all businesses in Essex County with less than 150 employees.
  • Pick up kits (by appointment only) at the Windsor-Essex Chamber of Commerce office.
  • Asymptomatic employees test themselves twice per week.
  • Get results in 15 minutes.
  • Those who test positive or inconclusive must go for a lab-based PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test.

Businesses with more than 150 employees can order free rapid test kits through the Ministry of Health

Free Lysol Wipes

The Windsor Essex Chamber of Commerce is giving away free Lysol wipes to local businesses and non-profit organizations. Contact the Chamber of Commerce for more information.

Resources

Subscribe to our News page or check our Facebook and Twitter accounts for the most up-to-date information.  The health and safety of our staff, residents and visitors remains a high priority, and we will continue to monitor the situation and consult with the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit.