Pickering City Hall is currently open to the public. Staff are actively monitoring the situation to ensure the ongoing health and safety of both employees and members of the public. View the status of City services and facilities

Updates: 

  • The Province of Ontario will remove the mandatory masking requirement for most settings on March 21, 2022 with the exception of select settings such as public transit, health care settings, long-term care homes and congregate care settings.
  • Effective March 21, 2022 staff and visitors are no longer required to wear masks while in a City facility. Those who wish to wear a mask are welcome to do so and we ask everyone to remain considerate and respectful of the personal protective choices of others.
  • As per public health guidelines, please remain vigilant and stay home when sick.
  • Passive symptom screening for facility entry will no longer be required as of March 21, 2022.
  • Council Meetings will return to Chambers in a hybrid format, beginning April 4, 2022.  Delegates and members of the public will continue to participate electronically.

Connect with us Monday to Friday (8:30 am - 4:30 pm) at 905.683.7575, customercare@pickering.ca, or pickering.ca/livechat.

COVID-19 Vaccines

Please visit durham.ca/covidvaccines for the most updated priority groups and view the Region's Data Tracker for information on vaccines administered. 

Walk-in, pop-up, and mobile Clinics

Please visit Durham.ca for the latest clinic information, including the Provincial GO-VAXX COVID-19 mobile clinic program (See the full GO-VAXX bus schedule).

See transportation options.  

Pharmacy and Primary Care locations 

Pharmacy and primary care locations are booking appointments for adults 18 years and over interested in receiving the Moderna vaccine. Visit ontario.ca for the most up-to-date details, including Pickering’s locations and contact information. 

Children 5-11 years old 

Durham Region Health Department hosted a virtual town hall to discuss questions and concerns related to the paediatric COVID-19 Pfizer (Comirnaty) vaccine. The virtual town hall featured a discussion with a panel of local medical and health care professionals to provide parents and caregivers with an opportunity to get first-hand information on local children’s COVID-19 immunization clinics. Watch video

Third Dose - COVID-19 Vaccine 

Individuals aged 18 and over will be eligible to schedule their booster dose appointment through the Region of Durham's booking system, Lakeridge Health booking systemparticipating pharmacies and primary care settings. Appointments will be booked three months (84 days) after a second dose as the province urgently expands booster eligibility to millions more individuals. 

See the COVID-19 immunization clinic calendar for individuals 12+ for clinic dates and times.

Due to the rapid expansion of eligibility for third doses of COVID-19 vaccine, appointments may not be available immediately. New appointments become available when sites and staffing resources are secured and will be released daily at 8:30 a.m., as they become available. 

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