April 27, 2020
Many businesses are closed in Downtown Acton due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but The Acton Veterinary Clinic isn’t one of them. Deemed an essential business, they are still helping clients with their animals.
To show their support for other essential services and front-line workers, on Monday, April 27, members of the clinic stood on Mill Street with a sign saying “Thank You Essential Workers”.
“Given the extraordinary circumstances, it seemed like one way we could support those people doing so much for us as a community” said Janet Jeffrey, who owns the business with Dr. Stephen Hess.
To ensure the safety of staff and clients of the veterinary clinic, clients cannot come into the building at the moment. Staff all have Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and the clinic is exercising extreme sanitation.
About the Downtown Acton BIA
The Downtown Acton Business Improvement Area (BIA) was formed in 1977 to help beautify and promote the historical downtown. We strive to distinguish Acton as a premier shopping, dining and cultural destination in the Town. We are committed to our members, the Town and the residents of Halton Hills to ensure that the downtown continues to offer a positive experience for everyone. For the latest information on stores, events and parking please visit www.downtownacton.ca. Follow Downtown Acton on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at @DowntownActon
Downtown Acton BIA
Acton, Halton Hills