City of Trail responds to rising COVID-19 cases in the community

City of Trail
By City of Trail
January 11th, 2022

The City of Trail wishes to acknowledge the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the area and how it may impact City facilities and services.

Although the City continues to follow all safety measures and orders issued by the Provincial Health Officer (PHO), City staff, like all other businesses, are still at risk of exposure to the virus, potentially resulting in reduced staff to operate facilities and City services.

Should the City need to operate with reduced staff, we will continue to provide essential services through our various departments to the best of our abilities. If the City must reduce the operating hours or temporarily close any of our public facilities due to low staffing numbers, we will advise the public through our website and social media platforms. We will also continue to provide information about any change in services as new orders are issued by the PHO.

Health and safety for everyone, while continuing to meet the needs of community, remain our top priorities. We thank you for your continued patience and understanding as we navigate through the pandemic.

Please direct any questions or concerns to:

City Hall

Public Works

Parks & Recreation

Trail Riverfront Centre

Categories: Health