The City’s response to COVID-19
The health and safety of our residents, staff and visitors is our top priority. We are committed to community safety and well-being.
Spruce Grove and Stony Plain
City of Spruce Grove
- Last updated: July 28, 2021
- Updated weekdays
- Source: Government of Alberta
During this time, staff are here to support you by phone or email, as several of our facilities are closed to walk-in traffic. Find out how to apply for a building permit, development permit or book an inspection during COVID-19.
On June 28, Spruce Grove City Council repealed the Temporary Mandatory Face Coverings Bylaw. While Spruce Grove’s municipal bylaw remained in effect, it was superseded by mandatory provincial measures that were introduced on Nov. 24, 2020.
As of July 1, wearing a face covering will no longer be required in Spruce Grove as a result of moving into the third and final stage of the Province’s Open for Summer Plan (with some exceptions including continuing care and acute care centres as well as public transit, taxis and ride sharing).
Business owners and organizations may choose to require their patrons or staff to continue wearing face coverings. This requirement is at their, or their head office’s, discretion and is their responsibility to enforce.
Members of the public may also make a personal choice to continue wearing face coverings.
We acknowledge that there are many different perspectives and ask our community to be kind, compassionate, and respectful.
The City is temporarily allowing recreational vehicles (RVs) to be parked on City streets or private property to help individuals self-isolate due to COVID-19.
- Stay safe, stay healthy! Find information about mental health supports, food security, social isolation, crisis helplines, resources for those experiencing domestic violence and more.
- Review a list of resources for local businesses.
- View the number of COVID-19 cases in Alberta.
- Sign up to be notified of any changes to public health restrictions in your region.
The City of Spruce Grove has developed a draft recovery framework to assist in helping the community recover from the effects of COVID-19 and return to a sustainable and resilient city. The framework includes three key themes that will be critical to address throughout the recovery: governance, the economy and the community.
If you have symptoms or known exposure to COVID-19, you must stay home and book a testing appointment online with the AHS assessment tool or call Health Link 811.
Albertans are being vaccinated as fast as supply allows. This is happening in phases so people most at risk get it first. More groups will be eligible as more doses become available. Learn more about the Government of Alberta's vaccine program.