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COVID-19 Information


February 10 Update

January 14 Update

  • Government of Alberta update
    Changes to outdoor gathering restrictions, personal and wellness services and attendance at funeral services. All other restrictions remain in place


December 8 Update:

The Government of Alberta announced new mandatory measures that are in effect as of Dec. 8 to help reduce case numbers and protect the health system.

Frequently Asked Questions

  
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Face coverings are now mandatory across the province and must be worn in all indoor areas and workplaces.

City Bylaw​

In general, this bylaw states that a person must wear a face covering at all times while in an indoor, enclosed, or substantially enclosed public place or in a public vehicle.

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History

August 4: Mandatory use of face coverings or masks on Lethbridge Transit

August 7: Mandatory use of face coverings or masks in City facilities

> August 10: City Council hear first and second reading for a temporary mandatory face covering bylaw for all indoor public spaces. 

> August 24City Council approves the Temporary Mandatory Face Covering Bylaw.


  

From the comfort of home, residents can run a range of errands including paying for parking fines, renewing dog licenses, scheduling building permit inspections, renew business licenses, or check their utilities usage and payments.

  • For a full list of our online service and payment options head to lethbridge.ca/onlineservices.

  • To submit a service request to the City online, visit our 311 Portal.
    You can also call 311 during business hours, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


  

Our preferred approach is to educate and seek voluntary compliance with the legal measures that have been put in place.

The priority of the Lethbridge Police Service is to protect the whole community, and they will take the appropriate enforcement actions when people in our community are put in harm’s way. 

While there are monetary penalties for those who contravene a public health order, criminal charges including causing a disturbance may be considered, if circumstances warrant.

If residents are concerned about anti-masking and other public health order issues, they can 

- contact the Police non-emergency number at 403-328-4444 

or 

- submit a public health complaint through the Alberta Health Services public health contact form at https://ephisahs.microsoftcrmportals.com/create-case/