Our number one priority is the health, safety and well-being of our residents, staff, and visitors. Please visit alberta.ca/covid for the most up-to-date information on the pandemic in Alberta.
Most Town facilities have reopened to the public. All open facilities have posted signage with visitor guidelines clearly visible. General guidelines in all Town facilities are noted below.
Physical distance from others
Wash your hands
Stay home if you are ill or have recently travelled
Limit gathering and lingering
- Government of Alberta Relaunch Strategy
- Town of Vegreville Municipal Relaunch Plan
- Spray Park and Fitness Centre Guidelines
- Wally Fedun Arena COVID Guidelines
- Aquatic Centre COVID Guidelines
- Dance Studio COVID Guidelines
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- COVID information for Albertans
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- Report a Public Health Order Violation
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- Alberta's Recovery Plan
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Public Health Orders allow a maximum of 200 people gathering outdoors for audience-type gatherings. However, our outdoor amenities can't accommodate 200 people at the same time. As a result, if you plan to utilize our outdoor amenities, we ask that you use your judgement. If you can enjoy an amenity while maintaining physical distancing from those outside your family or cohort, you should do so. If physical distancing can't be maintained, then we recommend you wear a mask or visit at a less busy time. Please refer to the relaunch documents noted above.
Open Outdoor Amenities
- Skate Park
- Tennis Courts
- Vegreville Municipal Campground
- Outdoor Rink
Each facility has specific guidelines in place to protect everyone's safety. Please refer to the relaunch documents noted above.
- Aquatic Centre
- Dance Studio
- Wally Fedun Arena
- Fitness Centre
- Centennial Library
- Visitor Information Centre
- Town Offices
- Vegreville Material Recovery Centre
- Vegreville Landfill
- Social Centre
Masks are not mandated in the Town of Vegreville, but they are highly recommended. Vegreville businesses may require their customers to wear masks in their stores. We recommend if you are unsure whether a business requires masks to contact the business before visiting. Business contacts are available through our business directory.
Why use a mask
Albertans are encouraged to wear non-medical masks in public when it's difficult to maintain physical distancing of 2 metres at all times.
Wearing a homemade or non-medical mask in public is another tool to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. It hasn’t been proven that masks protect the person wearing it, but it can help protect people from being exposed to your germs.
Masks should complement – not replace – other prevention measures. Continue physical distancing and good hand hygiene, and stay home when sick.
When to use a mask
- When it’s difficult to maintain 2 metres distance from people for a prolonged period of time:
- public transit and airplanes
- grocery stores and pharmacies
- hair salons and barbershops
- some retail stores
- Masks are mandatory for Grade 4 to 12 students and all school staff, as part of the school re-entry plan
- When mask use is mandatory by municipal bylaw, check your local community for details
For more information on masks, please visit www.alberta.ca/masks.
- 2020-03-12 Statement regarding COVID-19
- 2020-03-16 Town announces facility closures
- 2020-03-18 Town announces additional facility closures
- 2020-03-19 Mayor Tim MacPhee addresses residents following the closure of buildings
- 2020-03-20 FCSS cancellations and modified services
- 2020-03-23 Council Meeting Rescheduled
- 2020-03-26 Town-owned playgrounds closed
- 2020-03-30 Council meeting postponed until April 15
- 2020-03-30 COVID-19 update from Vegreville Mayor Tim MacPhee
- 2020-04-06 COVID-19 update from Vegreville Mayor Tim MacPhee
- 2020-04-06 Lights of Hope
- 2020-04-14 COVID-19 update from Vegreville
- 2020-04-20 COVID-19 update from Mayor Tim MacPhee
- 2020-04-27 COVID-19 update from Mayor Tim MacPhee
- 2020-05-15 Town Facilities to Start Slowly Opening on May 19
- 2020-05-22 Vegreville Playgrounds to Open on May 22.
- 2020-05-29 Vegreville Visitor Information Centre and Municipal Campground to open June 1.
- 2020-06-23 Vegreville Council approves opening of Spray Park and Fitness Centre with restrictions
- 2020-06-25 TELUS Candle
- 2020-07-16 Garage Sales
- 2020-09-09 Wally Fedun Arena
- 2020-09-16 Aquatic Centre & Dance Studio