Town of Stettler announces measures in response to Covid-19

Stettler Recreation Centre, Stettler Community Hall and Stettler Fire Hall closed

The Town of Stettler holds the health and safety of our visitors, residents and employees as our utmost priority. Following the outbreak of Covid-19, the Town of Stettler has committed to aligning our actions with the mandates of Alberta Health Services. In response to Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer’s directive to limit public gatherings and encourage social distancing, the Town of Stettler will be closing public access to the following facilities:

• Stettler Recreation Centre

• Stettler Community Hall

• Stettler Fire Hall

These closures will take effect immediately and will be maintained until further notice. All facility bookings and classes will be cancelled and refunded accordingly, and the expiry date of Stettler Recreation Centre passes will be postponed.

The Town of Stettler Office will remain open at this time. Increased sanitation measures have been employed in accordance with the recommendations provided by Alberta Health Services, including a focus on high-contact surface areas.

The Town of Stettler will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves and provide our residents with updated information as it arises. For accurate and current information on Covid-19, please refer to www.alberta.ca/coronavirus-info-for-albertans.

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