Coronavirus : The Town of Hudson is closely monitoring the situation

*** The Hudson St Patrick’s Parade and the Family after-party have both been postponed to a later date***

The Town of Hudson would like to inform its residents that preventive measures have been implemented in all of its buildings to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), both to its employees and to visitors.

Citizens with symptoms of the virus (fever, cough, breathing difficulties) are requested to delay their visit to any municipal buildings, such as the community center, fire station, or Town Hall, until their symptoms subside. In addition, the importance of hand-washing cannot be emphasized enough, as well as avoiding direct contact, such as handshakes, when greeting others.

The Town is currently monitoring the situation very closely and will apply any new directives that may be issued in connection with the pandemic.

Currently, all buildings remain open to the public, except the Urban Planning Department at 64 Cedar, for which we ask you to make an appointment by calling 450-458-5347, ext. 0, or by email at info@ville.hudson.qc.ca. In the event of any changes, the information will be relayed via the Town’s website and Facebook page.

For more information on the Coronavirus : quebec.ca/coronavirus