The Riverwood Conservancy has always taken the health and safety of our visitors, volunteers, and program participants seriously, and COVID-19 has only heightened our sense of responsibility to you and your family. We’ve answered some common questions about visiting the park, and our programs and safety protocols, below.
Riverwood’s trails and gardens are open to the public, and the park is open daily from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Parking is always free.
If you’re feeling unwell, please stay at home. If you have a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention and call in advance of visiting a health care facility.
Thank you for your cooperation as we work to keep our community safe and healthy.
Public washrooms are located in the Visual Arts Mississauga (VAM) building adjacent to the MacEwan Terrace Garden. These washrooms are maintained by the City of Mississauga and are cleaned throughout the day.
Staff will be working inside our office at Chappell House, but a number of staff continue to work remotely. If you need to visit our office, we kindly ask that you call ahead to ensure we can accommodate your visit.
In-person programs, both indoor and outdoor, have resumed at Riverwood; see our event listings here. We will continue to run our programs with adherence to the latest public health guidelines.
– Group size will be limited, when applicable, based on the latest public health guidelines.
– Participation will be limited to those who have registered through our website and provided contact information.
– Masks are optional for all programs, indoor and outdoor.
– For school programs, we will continue to align our practices with applicable school board requirements. (e.g. masking, sanitizing surfaces, etc.)
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will not be required for in-person events.
For more information about the COVID-19 vaccine and how to book an appointment to receive your shot, please visit Peel Public Health’s website.
Last updated May 3, 2022