The City’s response to COVID-19
Last updated: Wednesday, August 5, 2020

While the City responds to the situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are still here to help and serve you. Staff are accessible by phone and email at Spruce Grove City Hall, Family and Community Support Services, Planning and Development, Engineering and our Public Works Facility.

The Spruce Grove Emergency Management Agency continues to closely monitor the situation around COVID-19. Here you will find City news and updates related to COVID-19, details on City services, events and programs, information about supports/resources in the community, and more.

As always, the health and safety of our staff and community is our top priority. Thank you for doing your part to keep our community well.

News updates

Read more City news updates on COVID-19

City services

Tax penalty deferrals

Spending time outdoors

Community supports and resources

  • Spruce Grove FCSS introduces Parkland Connect, a free single session counselling service for residents living in the Tri-Municipal Region.
  • Stay safe, stay healthy! Find information about mental health supports, food security, social isolation, crisis helplines, resources for those experiencing domestic violence and more.
  • HelpSeeker is a free mobile app that lists local organizations offering programs and services in the area. This includes mental health supports, social services, crisis helplines, recreation services, food delivery services and COVID-19 related resources.
  • SeniorConnect Tri-Region is a free online training from that teaches participants how to recognize and respond to seniors in need.

Business supports

City events and programs

Prevent the spread

Do your part to prevent the spread and protect yourself and others during COVID-19:

  • Stay home and get tested if you’re feeling unwell.
  • When out, maintain physical distancing of 2 metres.
  • Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds with warm water and soap.
  • Catch your germs. Cough or sneeze into a tissue or your elbow.
  • Avoid touching your face.
  • Wear a mask in public places where keeping a distance of 2 metres is difficult.