The Regional Municipality of Durham

Public Service Announcement

Potential Canada Post labour disruption to impact Regional services

WHITBY, ON June 28, 2016

The Regional Municipality of Durham would like to notify residents that all incoming and outgoing mailings will be affected in the event of a labour disruption involving Canada Post.


The potential service disruption could occur as early as July 2.


The potential service disruption would affect all incoming and outgoing mail sent via Canada Post.


In the event of a labour disruption involving Canada Post workers, the Region of Durham will not be distributing large mailings such as water and sanitary sewer bills, TeleRead cards and notices, expenditure management cheques, etc.

Please note that the mailing of water and sanitary sewer bills will be delayed until the postal disruption has ended, and payment dates will be adjusted accordingly.

It is important to note, however, that residents who recently received an invoice for a Regional service are still responsible for the timely payment of their bills during this disruption. Please do not mail your payment during the disruption.

Residents may pay their water bills in person at Regional Headquarters, 605 Rossland Rd. E. Whitby; online, or in person, through their financial institution; or by cheque to the following drop box locations:



Municipal Office

65 Harwood Ave. S.        



Municipal Office

1 Cameron St. E., Cannington    



Municipal Office

40 Temperance St., Bowmanville             



Municipal Office

50 Centre St. S.



Civic Complex

One The Esplanade        



Municipal Office

181 Perry St., Port Perry               



Municipal Office

51 Toronto St. S.              



Regional HQ

605 Rossland Rd. E.


Residents may pay fines incurred via the Provincial Offences Act (POA) in person at Regional Headquarters, 605 Rossland Rd. E. in Whitby or online at, by clicking on the “Pay Tickets” box located on the left-hand side. Payments can also be made in person at any POA Court office in the Province of Ontario. Clients are encouraged to attend the court office with respect to any time-sensitive material. Incoming and outgoing mail will be picked up, processed or delivered once mail service resumes.

To inquire about mailings regarding immunization and other health concerns, please contact the Durham Health Connection Line at 905-666-6241, or toll-free at 1-800-841-2729. To inquire about mailings regarding water safety, tobacco control and food safety, please contact the Environmental Help Line at 905-723-3818, or toll-free at 1-877-777-9613.


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For more information, please contact Corporate Communications.