Filming Notice – July 11, 2021

Filming Notice

The City of Brantford Economic Development and Tourism Department is pleased to welcome back the cast and crew from Mayor of Kingstown to film an episode for the Paramount Plus show’s first season. The production will be filming exterior scenes, with several picture cars and camera vehicles, on Clarence St. (from Dalhousie St. to Elgin St.)

Throughout the pandemic, commercial film and television production, including all supporting activities such as hair, makeup and wardrobe, is allowed if productions meet the restrictions outlined in the “Film and Television Industry Health and Safety during COVID-19” document issued by the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development. Further details about permitted Media Industries activities are available on the Province of Ontario website. The production will also comply with all health and safety protocols as directed by the Province of Ontario detailed in S63 of O. Reg. 82/20, the City of Brantford and the Brant County Health Unit.

The film crew will be on site from July 11, 2021 to prepare the site, film and wrap-up. Filming notices will be distributed to affected residents and businesses in the vicinity.

Anticipated Impacts on Sunday, July 11, 2021 from 6am to 12pm

  • Road and Sidewalk Closure: Clarence St. (between Dalhousie St. and Elgin St.)
  • Intermittent Traffic Stoppages: Clarence St. at Icomm Dr., Colborne St., and Dalhousie St.
  • Lane Occupancy:
    • Dalhousie St. (Charlotte St. to Alfred St.), north;
    • Darling St. (Charlotte St. to Clarence St.), south;
    • Darling St. (Clarence St. to Alfred St.), north;
    • Wellington St. (Clarence St. to Alfred St.), north;
    • Nelson St. (Charlotte St. to Clarence St.), south;
    • Nelson St. (Clarence St. to Alfred St.), north;
    • Sheridan St. (Charlotte St. to Clarence St.), south;
    • Sheridan St. (Clarence St. to Park Ave.), north;
    • Grey St. (Charlotte St. to Park Ave.), south; and,
    • Newport St. (west)

Paid Duty Officers will be present at all closures to ensure public safety.

About the Production
Mayor of Kingstown is an upcoming drama series about the McLusky family who serve as power brokers in Kingstown, Michigan where the business of incarceration is the only thriving industry. The series tackles themes of systemic racism, corruption and inequality.

For questions or concerns, please contact Economic Development and Tourism staff at or 519-751-9900.