The City of Grande Prairie is actively monitoring the evolving COVID-19 pandemic and is taking precautionary measures to prevent spread and prepare for the possibility of a confirmed case in our community.
The health, safety, and wellbeing of our residents and community is our priority.
The City has a business continuity plan to ensure core services including emergency services and transit continue to operate.
Here is a list of current facility closures of City owned/operated facilities:
|Centre for Creative Arts||x|
|City on 99||x|
|City Service Centre||x|
|Community Social Development||x|
|Dave Barr Community Centre||x|
|Fire Hall North- Salmond||x|
|Fire Hall South- Pete Eager||x|
|Fire Hall West- Westgate||x|
|Golden Age Centre||x|
|Grande Prairie Outdoor Pool||x|
|Grande Prairie Curling Centre||x|
|Grande Prairie Gymnastics Centre||x|
|Grande Prairie Indoor Soccer||x|
|Grande Prairie Live Theatre||x|
|Grande Prairie Museum||x|
|Heritage Discovery Centre||x|
|Montrose Cultural Centre (including the Grande Prairie Public Library and the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie)||x|
|Muskoseepi Park (Ernie Radbourne Pavillion)||x|
|South Bear Creek Park indoor facilities||x|