Here's a look at what's open and closed around Windsor on the Victoria Day holiday.
Both COVID-19 assessment centres in Windsor are open.
Scheduled COVID-19 vaccine appointments are going ahead on the holiday. (The offices of the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, however, are closed.)
The 211 line, which provides information about services, will be available on the holiday.
Transit Windsor buses are operating on a Sunday/holiday schedule. The customer service office will be open, but the sales office is closed.
The day program at Windsor Water World (400 Wyandotte St. E.) for people experiencing homelessness will be open for regular hours (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
Tecumseh Mall is open from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Devonshire Mall is open from 11 a.m to 6 p.m.. Provincial restrictions on non-essential shopping remain in place.
City of Windsor offices are closed. The next city council meeting will be held on June 7.
The 311 customer contact centre is closed, however, 311 service is available online and through the Windsor 311 app.
Due to the holiday, there is no residential waste collection but service will go ahead the following day. The Public Drop-Off and Household Chemical Waste Depots are closed.
Windsor Public Library locations are closed.
Community centres, arenas and pools are closed, including for virtual programming.
Adventure Bay Family Water Park, Chimczuk Museum and François Baby House remain closed due to COVID-19.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit office is closed, and the health unit's COVID-19 update for Monday will be released Tuesday.
There won't be any parking enforcement on Victoria Day within Windsor, and the ticket payment office is closed. Tickets can still be paid online.