City Reminds Residents to Allow City Workers Space to Work Safely
Medicine Hat – During the COVID-19 pandemic, necessary City construction and infrastructure renewal and repair work still continues. Residents are reminded to allow crews space to work safely, and to adhere to physical distancing standards by staying at least two metres away from City workers.
“We want to inform everyone in the community that City work will continue,” said Merrick Brown Director of Emergency Management. “You will see crews at work throughout the community.”
As an essential service provider, the City continues to operate wherever possible with strict adherence to all restrictions and guidelines put in place by the Province of Alberta.
“It is critically important that we keep our City staff healthy so that we can continue to provide essential services to the community. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation in following public health recommendations,” added Brown. “Stay home wherever possible - especially if you’re unwell - wash your hands frequently, and please practice physical distancing.”
The City has created a number of information resources at www.medicinehat.ca
City-Related COVID-19 Updates and Information
Provides information to the community on City relief programs, closures, cancellations, how to continue doing business with the City, etc.
Community Resources Page
Provides the community a centralized source of information on non-City resources (financial, mental health, education, etc.)
Economic Recovery Information
Provides the business community a centralized source of information on non-City business supports. (Employment Insurance, Federal and Provincial links, etc.)
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For further information, please contact:
Public Information Officer
City of Medicine Hat