PSA Rules for public use of the Port Perry Government Pier in Scugog

Posted On Tuesday July 14, 2020

On Monday, July 13, the Township was made aware of a serious overcrowding issue at the Port Perry Pier. The Scugog Emergency Control Group met to address the issue. Working in collaboration with the Port Perry Marina, the following actions will be taken:

  1. By-law will patrol the area this weekend and will work with DRPS on specific COVID-19 related complaints
  2. Signage stating No Fishing Beyond this Point / Access for Boaters Only will be placed in key areas along the pier near the dock slips.
  3. No fishing signs will be placed at the Port Perry and Caesarea Boat Launches.
  4. No littering signs will be placed along the pier.

This initial action will be monitored for compliance and adjustments to public access along the pier may be updated further. Residents are reminded to please report concerns regarding overcrowding to or please call the Durham Regional Police at 1-800-841-2729. For concerns along the 7A Causeway, please contact the OPP at 1-888-310-1122.




Media Contact:
Lori Bowers,
Manager of Communications & Strategic Initiatives,
Township of Scugog
905.985.7346 ext. 132