Is the City of Wetaskiwin under a State of Local Emergency?

No. The official State of Local Emergency has been lifted.

The City of Wetaskiwin was under a State of Local Emergency from March 24, 2020 until June 17, 2020.

The Emergency Operations Centre remains functional though meetings are being held less frequently and consist primarily of planning the safe re-opening of City facilities.

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1. Is Wetaskiwin City Hall open to the Public?
2. What City facilities are closed to the public?
3. How do I contact someone at City Hall if I have a question?
4. Is the City of Wetaskiwin under a State of Local Emergency?
5. How do I contact FCSS?
6. If I’m self-isolating, quarantined, or practicing social distancing, how can I pay my City bills?
7. Is the Manluk Centre's running day camps?
8. Is the Manluk Centre running swimming lessons?
9. Are the Drill Hall and other City-operated facilities taking bookings?
10. I have a monthly membership to the Manluk Centre. What will happen to my pass while the swimming pool is closed?
11. Where can I get COVID-19 information?
12. What is happening with Canada Day and other City events?