Municipal offices will be closed and several services will not be available on Monday as many residents mark the unofficial end of summer.
Ride CK services will not be operational on Labour Day.
Garbage and recycling collection will be delayed by one day during the week of September 5.
Entegrus and the Public Utilities Commission will be closed on Monday. The emergency call number is 519-352-6300.
The Chatham-Kent Homeless Response Line will be available at 519-354-6628 for homeless emergencies within Chatham-Kent. Essential after-hours Public Health Services are available by calling 1-866-446-8207.
Several services at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance will be affected by the holiday.
Ambulatory care services, outpatient rehabilitation services, pre-surgical screening services, the diabetes education centre, the TIA and CAD clinics, pulmonary function lab, outpatient lab services, health records and patient appointment offices will be closed on Monday.
The COVID-19 Assessment Centre, located at the 10 Grand Avenue plaza in Chatham will also be closed on Monday.
During the statutory holiday, some outpatient diagnostic tests will take place. Patients with scheduled diagnostic tests are advised to attend their appointments. The departments will also be staffed to meet the needs of inpatients and emergencies.
The Chatham-Kent Mental Health and Addictions Program and the Rapid Access to Addiction Medicine clinic will be closed on Monday. Those in crisis can call 1-866-299-7447 or visit an Emergency Room.
As usual, the emergency departments at the Chatham and Wallaceburg sites will remain open 24 hours daily. Police, fire and ambulance service in Chatham-Kent will also remain operational 24 hours a day.