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City advises social services clients that regular mail delivery will resume

September 1, 2016 - As operations have returned to normal at Canada Post, the City’s social services regular mail delivery process will resume effective September 6, 2016, for all benefit cheques issued by the City of Kawartha Lakes Social Services, including for residents of the County of Haliburton. This includes all direct client payments as well as trustee, third party and vendor cheques.

The first of the month cheques, for the month of September, will continue to be available for pick up at local Social Services offices. Monthly cheques not picked up by Tuesday September 6 will be reviewed by caseworkers and may be mailed end of day Tuesday.





City of Kawartha Lakes

Lindsay Office

322 Kent St. W., lower boardroom

County of Haliburton

Haliburton Office

49 Maple Ave, Unit 8, Haliburton

Clients are encouraged to contact their Caseworker if they would like to have their cheque mailed immediately.

Clients are encouraged to register for Direct Bank Deposit of their assistance.  All payments can be made by DBD to avoid travel to pick up cheques or mailing delays.  Please contact your caseworker for further information.

For further information contact the Lindsay Social Services office at 705-324-9870 or the Haliburton Social Services office at 705-457-4571.

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For more information, please contact:

Janine Mitchell
Manager, Social Services
705-324-9870 ext. 3229

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