COVID-19 Coronavirus Information
The CVRD has entered Stage 3 of its Regional District Services Restoration Plan, a coordinated corporate strategy to reopen facilities and restore program and service delivery.
In Stage 3 of the Plan, the majority of CVRD services levels remain unchanged from Stage 2. This stage does allow for increased service offerings at CVRD recreation facilities. Please see the COVID-19 & Recreation page for more detailed information on program guidelines and facility safety plans.
What you can expect at 175 Ingram Street:
Front counter services are limited to the following:
- transit passes
- dog licences
- courier deliveries
- document drop-off
Please follow instructions on all signs. Persons displaying signs of illness (e.g. persistent cough) may be asked to leave for health and safety reasons. If you or any member of your household is sick, please stay home.
All other business will continue to be delivered electronically via phone, email or video conference, including:
- public enquiries
- development applications
- site visits & inspections
Also included in Stage 1 is the reopening of park and trail amenities (See bullet points below). For the most up to date information please visit the Parks & Trails page.
- dog parks
- bike parks
- skate parks
- washrooms in CVRD parks and trails for public use
- sport courts (including tennis, pickleball and volleyball will be open for limited numbers of users, with signage in place to denote maximum participant numbers and other use requirements)
- outdoor recreation programming and field bookings will be reinstated where physical distancing can be maintained
How the CVRD is adapting:
- Following updates from the Provincial Health Officer and the Public Health Agency of Canada and adopting recommended measures
- Following the CVRD COVID-19 Safety Plan for the main administrative office at 175 Ingram St. (updated when necessary)
- Stepping up cleaning protocols at all CVRD facilities and buildings that are open
- Increased signage to bring awareness to safe physical distancing and limiting the number of people in confined spaces (e.g. elevator, meeting rooms)
- Recommending that all staff follow proper hand washing protocols
- Encouraging staff to stay home if they feel ill
- Encouraging the practice of physical distancing, which includes the following: avoiding physical contact by not handshaking or hugging, using proper respiratory etiquette (covering mouth if coughing or sneezing)