Most Recent City News Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic
The City of Revelstoke is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely to ensure we continue to respond to emerging issues as they relate to City facilities, programs, services and events. This includes following the direction of Interior Health, British Columbia Centre for Disease Control or the Government of Canada.
While the COVID-19 situation is changing daily around the world, we are mindful that our community is concerned about the potential impact of the further spread of the coronavirus and we are acting accordingly to do what we can to support public safety.
Check this page regularly for ongoing updates on the Coronavirus situation as it relates to City of Revelstoke facilities, programs, services and events.
Oct 20, 2020 - Recovery Task Force: Community Well-Being Survey for Revelstoke Residents
The Recovery Task Force (RTF) has developed a Community Well-Being Survey for Residents to complete, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please fill out the survey to give a deeper perspective on how this has impacted you as a Revelstoke resident.
Sept 1, 2020 - Re-Starting the Parks, Recreation & Culture Department
On September 8th, 2020 the Recreation Centre will be reopening in a phased approach. The initial phase includes the reopening of the preschool, fitness and aquatic centre facilities. Programming activities and room bookings will be introduced into the facility in October. We ask that all patrons read, understand, follow and respect the guidelines we have put in place for the health and safety of everyone. Click for MORE DETAILS!
August 24, 2020 - The REVY. Masks have arrived!
August 11, 2020 - Listen below to a radio podcast with Charles Adler of Global News and our Mayor Gary Sulz.
Gary Sulz joins Charles to discuss reports of aggressive driving and rude gestures being directed at individuals with out-of-province license plates on their vehicles and his “Kindness to out-of-province plates” initiative.
For more information on the efforts being made by the City of Revelstoke to help our community recover from the COVID-19 pandemic,
visit the Recovery Task Force section.
May 28, 2020 - City Hall Set to Re-Open on June 1, 2020
May 15, 2020 - Revelstoke Outdoor Spaces Scheduled to Re-Open
Open to the Public
Revelstoke Community, Aquatic and Fitness Centre - See Phased Re-Opening Details
City Hall - Development Services has counter service 12-3pm, Mon-Fri (closed on Statutory Holidays), appointments can be made outside these hours - please note: changes in public access may change due to City Hall construction until the end of the year
Finance Department - As of Oct 19, 2020, Finance has returned to City Hall from the Community Centre due to City Hall construction, counter service from 12-3pm, Mon-Fri (closed on Statutory Holidays), appointments can be made outside these hours - please note: changes in public access may change due to City Hall construction until the end of the year
Public Works Office - 7:30am - 3:30pm (Lunch Closure: 12-1 pm) - Monday to Friday (closed Statutory Holidays)
Fire Hall - 9am-4pm, Mon-Fri (closed Statutory Holidays), - Emergencies call 911
RCMP Office - Emergencies call 911
Please respect all markers and signage at City facilities regarding physical distancing and best practices for reducing the spread of COVID-19.
COMMERCIAL UTILITY PAYMENT DUE DATE RELIEF
To offer some financial relief for Revelstoke’s business community during the COVID-19 pandemic, Council has approved an amendment to the commercial utility bylaws (Utility Billing Due Date Amendment Bylaw No. 2262) which changes the second quarter payment due date from April 30 to two equal payments due July 31 and October 31, 2020. For inquiries, please contact the Finance Department at: 250-837-2161
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Other Related Press Releases
COVID-19 " Hold the Line" This Easter Long Weekend - April 9, 2020
COVID-19 Public Park Closures - March 20, 2020
Mayor’s Community Address Videos:
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