Commencing Thursday, February 24th, the City of Selkirk will be deescalating to Level II of our Covid-19 Business Continuity Plan & Response Strategy
We anticipate reopening the Civic Office to the public on Monday, April 4th. Online and over the phone services will remain available and we encourage you to use those services or reach out if you require assistance.
Following the provincial changes to mask use taking effect on March 15th, masks will remain mandatory at the Civic Office, on Selkirk Transit and Mobility busses and during city delivered programming and will be recommended in all city owned facilities (Selkirk Recreation Complex, Selkirk Arena/Memorial Hall).
Capacity limits will be removed from Transit and Mobility, however we ask that you continue to respectfully keep a safe distance from other riders when possible.
Water meter readings and repairs will resume regular operations immediately. City staff will continue to wear masks while in homes and businesses and we are asking our customers to do the same while staff are inside. Pre-visit screening will continue and service may be delayed to a future date subject to this screening.
Since the beginning of the pandemic the city has adopted a pandemic business continuity plan that we have ensured changes with the evolving state of the pandemic and public health orders. The purpose of this plan is to keep employees safe and healthy so that we can continue to provide municipal services to citizens and to reduce transmission risk to citizens. We are continuously monitoring the situation and will advise if there are any changes.
For further information and to see our business continuity plan and city operations, please CLICK HERE
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