Effective: Tuesday February 16, 2021 COVID-19 UPDATE & NEW REGULATIONS:
We are very pleased to welcome you back to Georgetown Market Place. We have been working strategically with our teams and retailers to ensure you have a safe and comfortable shopping experience with us.As per the Government of Ontario, the Halton Region has been placed in the Red-Zone in accordance with Covid-19 Response Framework.
HERE ARE THE NEW REGULATIONS:
* Screening: All customers, retailers and employee's will be asked not to enter the building if they have any Covid-19 symptoms.
* Masks are MANDATORY: All persons entering the shopping centre are required to wear a mask or face covering which covers the nose, mouth and chin (unless exempt)
* Mall Access: Full access to the centre (all entrances will be open)
* The food court is open for takeout only at this time
* Occupancy Limits: In order to support physical Distancing of two (2) meters, maximum occupancy limits have been established and are to be posted at each retailer.
Stacked Pancake & Breakfast House & Kelsey's is limited to only 10 patrons, as well as takeout
At this time many Georgetown Market Place retailers may have the different operating: (please below & can change at anytime))
Operating Mall Hours: Effective Tuesday February 16th, 2021
Monday - Friday 11am - 7pm
Saturday 11am - 6pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Please check with individual stores as their hours may differ.
Please note some retailers may have reduced hours. We encourage you to check with the individual retailer(s) you are planning to visit before coming to the Centre. You can find individual contact information for our retailers on our directory page: https://georgetownmarketplace.com/stores
Listing of Stores:
Georgetown Market Place:
- BMO - Monday - Friday 11am - 4pm, Saturday and Sunday closed
- Scotiabank - Monday - Saturday 10am - 4pm (outdoor access only)
- C.I.B.C - Mon - Wed 9:30 - 5pm Thurs 9:30-5pm Friday 9:30-6pm Sat 9:30 - 4pm
Clothing & Shoes:
- INS News
- City Smarts
- Canadian Shoe Outlet
- J.V Clothing
- Le Chateau
- Northern Reflections -Hours Monday - Saturday 11am -5pm Sunday- Closed
- Reitmans - Hours Monday - Saturday 10am - 6pm Sunday 12-5pm
- Walking On Cloud
- Walmart - Monday - Saturday 7am -10pm, Sunday 7am - 8pm
- Winners/Homesense - Monday - Friday 10am - 8pm, Saturday 9am -8pm, Sunday 10am -7pm
- Bibab Express - will be closed March 5-7
- Fit For Life
- Frisco Fries
- Kung Pao Wok
- Market Place Café
- Mr. Souvlaki
- Mr. Sub
- Pizza Nova
Home Décor, Flowers & Gifts:
- Art Picture Frame
- Signature Rug
- Vanderburgh Flowers
Health & Beauty:
- Beauty Supply Outlet
- Hair In Style
- Nails In Style
Jewelry & Accessories:
- Brilliant Gold - Mon - Saturday 11am - 6pm Closed Sunday
- Griffin Jewellery Design
Medical & Dental:
- Family Optical
- Life Style Heath Services
- Dr Anoop Sayal & Associates
Photography & Entertainment:
- The Source
- Georgetown Photo
- Delrex Variety/Postal Outlet
- Freedom Mobile
- Health @280
- Information & Lotto Booth
- Re/Max Real Estate Centre Inc.
- Royale LePage Meadowtowne Realty
- Stitch It
- Super Shoe Care
- Wireless Wave
- Casati Heating & Air Conditioning
- Custome Point 4U Tshirt
- Service Ontario - Hours Mon-Wed 9am -5pm Thursday 9am - 7pm Fri 9am - 5pm Saturday 9am -1pm
- Global Pet Foods - Hours Monday- Friday 10am - 6pm, Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 11am - 4pm
- The Beer Store - Hours Mon - Sat 10am - 9pm, Sun 11am - 6pm
- L.C.B.O - Hours Monday Closed Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 9pm, Sun 11am - 6pm
- Buck Or Two Plus Hours Monday - Friday 9am - 9pm, Saturday 9am -6pm, Sunday 9am -6pm
SPECIALTY LEASING: (Temp Tenants)
* Buck Or Two Plus Express - Across from C.I.B.C
* Serendipity Candles - Across from Brilliant Gold
* Just Cozy - Across from Freedom
* Custome Point 4U Tshirt Kiosk - Fount Court Area
Guest Services Some amenities and programs will remain closed at this time to ensure everyone’s continued safety.
Visitors will not be able to access:
- Strollers & wheelchairs
- Change Tables in the rest rooms
- Mall Walking
- Massage Chairs
- Candy Machines
Lotto & Information is available Monday to Friday and 11am - 7pm, Saturday 11am -6pm Closed Sunday .
How We’re Keeping You Safe – Physical Distancing, Sanitation, and More:
- Employees with a fever or cold- and flu-like symptoms such as a cough, sore throat, runny nose, or body aches are required to stay home.
- We are regularly disinfecting common areas throughout the day, particularly areas such asrestrooms, seating areas, and high-frequency touchpoints throughout the Centre.
- Hand sanitizer dispensers are available at entrances and in common areas.
- We are encouraging social distancing practices, including the use of distancing markers in the Centre.
- We’ve installed new signage reminding shoppers and employees of safety precautions.
- Business and service providers that choose to re-open are responsible for maintaining occupancy levels in order to allow staff and customers to maintain a physical distance of at least two metres, except for brief exchanges.
Do Your Part – Customer Health Guidelines:
- Please review and practice the following guidelines to ensure you are protecting yourself and
- These requirements will be enforceable under public healthorders.
- Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, or wash them with soap and water.
- Maintain at least 2 metres distance between yourself and others to avoid spray from coughs,sneezes, or speaking.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth, which can transfer viruses from your hands.
- Make sure you, and the people around you, follow good respiratory hygiene. Cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Dispose of used tissues immediately, and wash your hands.
- Stay home and self-isolate even with minor symptoms such as cough, headache, or mild fever,until you recover.
- If you have a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention, but call in advance if possible and follow the directions of your local health authority. Your healthcare provider will quickly direct you to the right health facility.
- Keep up to date on the latest information from trusted sources, such as your local and national health authorities.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why are you open? Ontario is still under a state of emergency. We have remained open during the State of Emergency to provide essential services to Ontario residents in accordance with the guidelines in place by the Government of Ontario. Some of our other retailers are reopening while reinforcing social distancing measures and health and safety protocols recommended by health authorities.
If “gatherings” are limited to 10 people, how is it OK for Georgetown Market Place to open?
The gathering limits are related to gatherings of people in one location, versus overall building occupancies. In accordance with Provincial guidelines, we have signage throughout the centre reminding shoppers to practice physical distancing and are regularly monitoring all areas of the mall to ensure there are no large-group gatherings. We applaud the collaborative efforts everyone is making to respect these guidelines.
Will you limit the number of people allowed in the Centre?
There are currently no provincial guidelines related to the number of guests we can have in the Centre, but we are monitoring all areas to ensure there are no large group gatherings and everyone is following physical distancing protocols.
How can you think this is a good idea to reopen? This is dangerous!
We truly appreciate your concern and understand some people may not feel comfortable visiting us at this time. Please know we are following the provincial health authority guidelines closely to ensure our guests, retailers and employees are safe.At this time, the province has not made masks mandatory and we will continue to follow the guidelines set forth by health authorities and the government. Mask wearing has been encouraged in enclosed spaces with large crowds, however with our physical distancing measures in place this is not a current concern at our Centre. Individual retailers may enforce mask-wearing inside their stores if they wish.
Why aren’t you mandating that employees/guests wear masks?
At this time, the province has not made masks mandatory and we will continue to follow the guidelines set forth by health authorities and the government. Mask wearing has been encouraged in enclosed spaces with large crowds, however with our physical distancing measures in place this is not a current concern at our Centre. Individual retailers may enforce mask-wearing inside their stores if they wish.
How are you enforcing social distancing in restrooms?
We have placed signage near and inside restrooms to remind patrons of social distancing requirements. We ask for the help of all our guests in following all signage throughout the Centre, based on provincial guidelines, related to good respiratory hygiene and proper physical distancing.
How many entrances will be open?
All entrances will be open
What is Georgetown Market Place doing to protect its customers and staff?
Ensuring the safety of our shoppers, retailers and employees is our top priority and you can see a summary list of some of the measures we are taking on our website. This includes regularly disinfecting common areas, providing hand sanitizer dispensers, encouraging social distancing, among many other protocols.
Thank you from the team at Georgetown Market Place.
Georgetown Market Place will diligently enforce these new measures by restricting mall access to essential services only. This includes the immediate suspension of all formal or informal mall walking programs.
We will continue to take our direction in terms of operating and safety protocols from the Province of Ontario and City of Georgetown and will communicate any further announcements as they become known to us.
If unsure, we encourage you to call the store or service you are looking to visit to verify whether they are open or closed. Store and service phone numbers may be found on our website under store directory.
Stay safe, keep washing those hands and we look forward to welcoming you back as soon as it’s safe to do so.
March 28, 2020
Based on the best advice of Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health, the Ontario government has issued a new emergency order under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act to prohibit organized public events and social gatherings of more than five people, effective immediately. This order replaces a previous emergency order which prohibits organized public events of over 50 people.
We'd like to remind everyone that if you're out for essential business to practice physical distancing and reduce exposure to other people. Avoid close contact (within 2 metres) with people outside of your immediate families.
Let's stay safe and get through this together, everyone!
March 24, 2020
To help protect the community and flatten the curve of COVID-19, the Government of Ontario has ordered the mandatory closure of all non-essential businesses as of 11:59 pm, Tuesday, March 24th. This closure will be in effect for 14 days with the possibility of extending this order as the situation evolves.
The complete press release may be found at the following link: