County Begins Re-entry Strategy

The Lac Ste. Anne County administration office has resumed its regular business hours of Monday to Friday from 8:30 am and 4:30 pm (including lunch hour) in accordance with its COVID-19 recovery strategy. The highest priority will continue to be to limit the potential and risk of transmission of this virus among County staff and members of the public.

What to Expect Beginning June 22, 2020

  • Transparent barriers at the front Reception and the Development counters
  • Hand Sanitizing Stations
  • Floor Decals, Barriers and Signage to reflect
  • physical distancing requirements
  • Enhanced disinfecting of shared equipment such as debit machines
  • Access to the front Foyer / Reception area may be limited, please follow posted signage
  • Washrooms will be available for emergency needs only as regular cleaning and sanitizing is performed each evening
  • The public is encouraged to continue accessing the County’s online services, including the option for electronic payments
  • Changes may occur with short notice

What to Expect Moving Forward

  • The County will continue following the recommendations of the Chief Medical Officer of Health for Alberta, Occupational Health & Safety legislation and best practices to ensure the safety and protection of both our staff and the public when accessing County facilities
  • The public will be encouraged to continue using online services or contact the office at 780.785.3411 (toll-free 1.866.880.5722), or email at LSAC (@)
  • Cashless payments are strongly encouraged wherever possible
  • As the COVID-19 environment progresses, updates will be provided in this section of the County website for all County events and programs

Ongoing Public Health Measures

Lac Ste. Anne County would encourage everyone to follow all public health measures for the foreseeable future, including the following:

  • Practicing physical distancing by keeping at least 2 metres (6 feet) apart,
  • Good hand hygiene through hand washing with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds,
  • Use an alcohol-based (70% at a minimum) hand sanitizer,
  • Practice good etiquette by coughing or sneezing into your elbow or into a tissue,
  • Public Health Order 05-2020 legally obligates individuals to self-isolate if experiencing the following symptoms:
    • Fever;
    • Cough;
    • Shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing
    • Runny or stuffy nose; or
    • Sore throat.

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