KINBURN – West Carleton’s client service centre will re-open to the public this Thursday (June 16) and following that, Wednesdays going forward in perpetuity (in theory).
Ottawa’s three rural client service centres are returning to business starting Thursday, June 16 – just in time for property owners to pay their final property tax bill of 2022.
“We are pleased to share with Members of Council that all three rural locations will re-open on Thursday, June 16, the final day for property owners to pay their final property tax bill of 2022,” Service Ottawa director Andrea Lanthier-Seymour wrote in a memo to council June 9 obtained by West Carleton Online. “In-person services will then officially resume at our rural Client Service Centre locations effective the week of June 20, after having been temporarily closed due to the pandemic.”
The West Carleton Client Service Centre be open to the public on Wednesdays.
“Clients are recommended to schedule an appointment on ottawa.ca/csc,” Coun. Eli El-Chantiry released in a statement. “Walk-ins will be accepted between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. but priority will be given to scheduled appointments.”
Ottawa’s rural client service centres have been closed since the onset of the pandemic more than two years ago (March 2020).
The two other rural client service centres are located in Metcalfe (8243 Victoria St.) and North Gower (2155 Roger Stevens Dr.).