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G.R. Davis Administration Building in Fort Macleod to close to public

The G.R. Davis Administration Building will close to the public Monday morning.

The building on 20th Street houses the offices of both the Town of Fort Macleod, Livingstone Range School Division and Family and Community Support Services.

The provincial declaration of a state of public health emergency due to COVID-19 and the safety and well-being of staff and public were factors in the decision.

Staff will be in the office and available to assist residents and patrons by phone and e-mail.

This is a proactive and preventative measure to assist with mitigating the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

The FCSS office is open to the public by appointment. Phone 403-553-4491 to schedule an appointment.

Scheduled appointments will still be given access to Livingstone Range School Division. Call 403-625-3356 for directions.

Town of Fort Macleod office is open for scheduled appointments. Call 403-553-4425 for directions.

Staff will observe recommended protocols such as:

  • Regular cleaning, especially in high traffic areas.
  • wiping down and disinfecting surfaces.
  • Providing access to hand sanitizer.
  • Distancing from other people.
  • Encouraging staff to stay home and away from others if sick

Staff asks patrons and residents to conduct their business through on-line banking, over the phone or via e-mail.

There is a mail slot to the left side of the main entrance where payments by cheque or cash if pre-arranged, can be deposited.

Do not enter the facility if you have a cough or fever or have travelled outside of Canada within the last 14 days.

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People in Fort Macleod and district who have symptoms and think they may have COVID-19 should call Health Link at 811. If their symptoms match the criteria, Health Link will advise on their next steps regarding testing.

Most recent updates below.

  • There are 358 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alberta, including one in Claresholm.
  • Since yesterday, 31 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Alberta, bringing the total to 226. Sixteen cases are suspected to be as a result of community transmission. The rest are travel-related.
  • Canada and the United States have an agreement that will restrict non-essential travel across the border, including for tourism and recreation. Canadian and American citizens and permanent residents who are currently visiting each other's country can still return home.
  • Forty-nine new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Alberta, bringing the total Friday afternoon to 195. On a positive note, three people who contracted the virus have been identified as recovered.
  • Fort Macleod Fish and Game has cancelled its awards banquet set for Saturday, March 28.
  • The Empress Theatre in Fort Macleod is closed.
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