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COVID-19

COVID-19: News & Notices

PUBLIC ADVISORY:

As of March 24, 2020, the Town Administration Office and Public Works buildings are CLOSED to the public for the health and safety of residents and staff.

Staff will remain working from the office to assist any residents with enquiries and bill payments over the phone.

Town Administration Office 780-622-3896.

June 13, 2020: A message from your local doctors

Public Notice: Status of the Splash Park

COVID-19: Relaunching Sports, Playgrounds, and Open Spaces

During the May 25, 2020 Regular Meeting, Council motioned to re-open parks and playgrounds as soon as signage outlining COVID-19 safety [...]

COVID-19 Update April 16, 2020: Property Tax Due Date Extension

During the Regular Meeting of Council held April 14, 2020, Council made the following motion:           NOTE: [...]

April 15, 2020: A message from your local doctors

Third letter to the People of Fox Creek Unbelievable. The COVID threat, cabin fever, a prolonged winter and loss of income [...]

Fox Creek Medical Clinic is Open

The Fox Creek Medical Clinic is open. Presently we are booking telephone consults with the physicians and clinic visits, if needed. [...]

COVID-19: Utility Penalty Deferments

To help offer some financial relief for residents, Council has approved the deferment of utility penalties for the months of March, [...]

COVID-19: Playgrounds Closures

Due to the inability to guarantee the cleanliness of the play structures, Council has motioned to close the playgrounds in town. [...]

March 18, 2020: A Message from your local doctors

Message To the People of Fox Creek   We, as a community, are facing a crisis and for the rest of [...]

March 17, 2020: Premier Kenney Announces Public Health State of Emergency

Please be advised that a earlier today Premier Kenney announced a state of emergency under the Public Health Act. With this, [...]

Safe Practices

Wash Your Hands Frequently

Avoid Touching Your Face

Clean & Disinfect High Traffic Surfaces

Stay Home if Feeling Sick