Is Wetaskiwin City Hall open to the Public?

Yes! City Hall is open for limited visitation Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 12 noon, and 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm (closed from 12 noon to 1:00 pm for lunch).

Only 4 people are allowed inside the first floor lobby at any one time. *parents with children will be counted as one (1), as long as physical distancing is maintained.*

The designated entrance is on the south side of the building, unless visitors require an accessible entrance, then they may use the north door. The north door has been designated as the exit.

No access to the upper floors of City Hall is allowed, unless attending a City Council meeting. Any other business that you would normally have completed by visiting the 2nd or 3rd floor of City Hall will continue to be conducted by phone or email.

There will be NO public washroom access.

Hand sanitizing stations are set up at both the entrance & exit to the building.

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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?