Service Barrie, East Bayfield Community Centre, Collingwood’s Aquatic Centre reopen today; fares resume on Clearview Transit

Night trains added to Barrie GO Line

It’s not just school that resumes today.

Service Barrie fully reopens today for such things as the purchase of parking passes, garbage tags and transit passes, payments for records requests, pet licences, tax and water bill payments, and building permit payments. Residents will be able to pick up new recycling boxes and/or green bins and pay parking tickets.

For services such as business licenses, marriage licenses and commissioning of documents, the public will be required to book an appointment for Tuesdays and Thursdays by calling Service Barrie at 705-726-4242.

The East Bayfield Community Centre reopens today for some fitness and pool activities. Booking in advance is required.

Collingwood’s Centennial Aquatic Centre opens with limited programming, lane swims, and open swims available from Monday to Friday. Residents and non-residents must pre-book online before attending any activity at the facility.

Fares resume on Clearview Transit. The service operates with an exact-fare system with bus passes, pre-paid cards, and exact change accepted to ride. Transit passes are available at the Clearview Administration Centre and pre-paid cards from the Stayner Branch of the Clearview Public Library, now located at 269 Regina Street.

And there are two new night trains on the Barrie GO line, leaving Allandale Waterfront Station at 9:08 p.m. making all stops to Toronto, with a return trip from Union Station at 9:53 p.m.