Recovery Task Force

The purpose of the RTF is to identify immediate and long-term needs, assess various initiatives, 
and craft a response to the economic and social disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic 
that best serve the needs of the local community.
For relevant updates from the City of Revelstoke for COVID-19, please visit:  www.revelstoke.ca/covid

LATEST UPDATES
Nov 20, 2020 - The latest news from the Recovery Task Force including updated REVY. Rules with new mandatory mask requirement for all public indoor and retail spaces.

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Interior Health Update for Revelstoke - Dec 14, 2020

Through communications with Interior Health (IH), the Recovery Task Force received a presentation update at its most recent meeting regarding the latest COVID-19 related news to Revelstoke. IH has now declared the cluster that developed as contained but urges the community to continue to be vigilant with ongoing measures. In their latest press release, Interior Health president and CEO, Susan Brown stated: “This remains a time for caution and vigilance with the overall cases we are seeing in Interior Health, but it is important to recognize Revelstoke residents, businesses, elected officials and health care teams for their collective efforts in reducing local spread and containing this cluster.” The Recovery Task Force would like to thank the community for its efforts – keep up the great work, Revelstoke! Let's keep holding the line together.
IH Info Bulletin (Dec 11-2020): https://bit.ly/3oVp7Eb
IH Presentation to RTF (Dec 9-2020): https://bit.ly/2IPpJMb
IH Winter Toolkit: https://bit.ly/2KqsjbX

Please reference the tabs below for information and latest updates on the RTF initiative.

  1. OVERVIEW
  2. CURRENT INITIATIVES
  3. MEMBERS
  4. GOALS
  5. PROVIDE INPUT
  6. RESOURCES

On May 12, 2020, Council supported establishment of a
Recovery Task Force (RTF) in collaboration with the CSRD.

PURPOSE 

The City of Revelstoke and the Columbia Shuswap Regional District recognizes the need to identify immediate
and long-term needs, assess various initiatives, and craft a response to the economic disruptions caused by
the COVID-19 pandemic that will best serve the needs of the local community, comprised of the City of Revelstoke
and CSRD Area B.

The purpose of the Recovery Task Force is to help formalize efforts to create a resiliency and recovery plan and identify key actions needed to ensure Revelstoke is in a strong position for a safe recovery coming out of the pandemic.  It will be a collaborative initiative representing the Revelstoke area consisting of local and regional government, business leaders, and stakeholders.

OBJECTIVES

The role of the task force is to be a non-partisan, cross-sectoral ’think tank’ that will receive input from a variety of sectors and will collate that input to suggest strategies and opportunities that we can focus on to mitigate the potential economic impact to businesses from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The key objectives of the Recovery Task Force are:

  1. Conduct needs assessment, economic impact analysis, and research into best practices for economic recovery.
  2. Identify and leverage internal and external resources to fund and support delivery of effective programming and assistance measures to businesses.
  3. Support the on-going work of local agencies and stakeholders to assist businesses, tourism operators, cultural workers, food producers, and all sectors of industry experiencing significant disruption and negative impacts from the pandemic.
  4. Support consistent, proactive communications, and consensus-building among stakeholders.
  5. Develop a ’made-in-Revelstoke’ economic recovery and resiliency plan for the community and surrounding region.
  6. Develop business transition and restart resources, tools, and supports to enable businesses as well as workforce retention and expansion.