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Newsletter: June 10th, 2021


ONTARIO ENTERING STEP 1 ON FRIDAY JUNE 11TH
 
Ontario has announced that we will be heading into stage 1 this Friday! This does not mean we are fully open and operating as usual. Read on for more information.
 
Here are some important notes:
  • outdoor gatherings up to 10 people are permitted
  • outdoor dining up to 4 people per table
  • non-essential retail up to 15% capacity
We all are still required to continue following public health measures. If you are not following the rules laid out by the Provincial Government, you could be fined. For gatherings, organizers may be fined a minimum of $10,000 and each attendee may receive a $750 ticket.

If there are residents in the park caught having gatherings larger than what is permitted, we will have their trailer removed and their reservation cancelled without a refund. The government has given us an inch, let's not take advantage of it.

In case you are unfamiliar with Ontario's roadmap to opening,
you can read more about the steps by clicking here.
Visitors
The news you all have been waiting for: starting Friday, daily and overnight visitors will be allowed to enter the park! Remember that visitors are to register and pay admission at the office before entering the park. If your visitors arrive after office hours, you can call the office and follow the extension for after hours assistance.

Below are the admission rates for guests. Please advise your visitors of the fees. If you would like visitors to be charged to your account for you to settle up later, give the office a call beforehand and we can put a note on your account!
Parking
We have resumed patrolling for illegal parking and would like to take a moment to remind everyone of the rules:
  • one car per site 
  • do not park on vacant lots (you will be tagged and/or towed)
  • you must have a paid parking pass to park in any of the parking lots throughout the park (Olympia lot, the lot just off Parklane, the lot on Pleasant Lane, and the large parking lot)
We now have 2021 seasonal parking passes available in the office! The seasonal parking tags are $100 (+HST) or $50 (+HST) when purchased with an adult season pass.

Swimming Pools
With the hot weather hitting us, we know everyone is eager to take a refreshing dip in the pools or have a run through the splash pad! This is all scheduled to open June 15th! Please remember to listen to the lifeguards. They will be enforcing the rules in order to keep everyone safe and happy. Last year the pools were functioning at 50%, but we have been given approval to operate at 75% this summer! We will be doing the same scheduled sessions as last year.

Much like last summer as well, the only people who have access to the pools and splash pad are season pass holders. In order to limit the lineups, all day visitors will only be permitted to swim at the beach. If you have not yet picked up your orange 2021 wristbands, you can pick yours up at the office! These are required to get into the pool. We have a few new lifeguards this year and they will be watching for these wristbands so make sure you have yours on!
A NOTE FOR ALL OUR NEW CLIENTS REGARDING HYDRO
(AND A REMINDER TO RETURNING CLIENTS)
If we have not had the opportunity to explain to our new clients how hydro works, or if you have been here for years and have just never needed to know, here is a quick run-down of hydro and meters! If the power in your trailer goes out, the first thing to do is to check the your meter.

If your meter is on and flashing, then the meter itself is functioning properly. Check the main breaker panel inside your trailer to see if anything needs to be reset. If not, the issue could be a faulty receptacle or plug, in which case you should call the office to have our maintenance crew check it out.

If the meter is not on and just displaying a blank screen, you will need to check your main panel in the park. Call the office and ask them where the main panel associated to your site is located (even after hours, just call extension 8). They will give you a location and the panel number. It is not always the panel closest to your site! They are usually a big brown box with a combination lock on it (the combination is the last 4 digits of the office phone number). Once you get into the box, there should be a label on the inside of the door telling you which switch belongs to your site. Find it and reset it. If your meter is still off after resetting this switch, call the office and we will dispatch the individual on call to take a look. 

We recommend that you call the office to confirm the location of your panel box before being in this situation as it puts you a step ahead! Just ask at the office next time your in, or give us a call during operating hours to find out for sure.

Keep in mind that we have given residents the ability to access the main panels as a way to keep costs down, as well as allow you to address your hydro issues without waiting for an on-call staff member to arrive. If you have tried resetting it and it is determined to be a problem with our power system, we will repair it. However, if you request that we call in maintenance and it turns out that your breaker in the main panel just needs to be reset, there is a minimum labour charge of 1 hour ($45.00). 
Camping
We are not going to be taking any reservations for the 2021 season. The tent section of the park is closed indefinitely and the short-stay trailer sites have been converted to seasonal rentals for this season. If you are considering joining us for the 2022 season, send us an email with your trailer information to be added to the waiting list!
Stay safe Cedar Beach!
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