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City of Powell River COVID-19 Response

MASKS: Effective Wednesday, August 25, by order and direction of the Provincial Health Officer, to protect yourself and others, you MUST wear a mask while inside all City of Powell River facilities.

VACCINATION: For information on COVID-19 vaccination follow the Powell River Division of Family Practice on Facebook.

The City implements measures and actions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by following directives, orders and restrictions from the Provincial Health Officer, BC Centre for Disease Control, Government of BC, Vancouver Coastal Health and Government of Canada.

News, updates and any changes to the City’s COVID-19 responses and actions are posted here and on Facebook and Twitter. If you require more information or have any questions not addressed on this page, please email info@powellriver.ca or call 604-485-6291

City Council and Committee Meetings: Members of the public may attend meetings in person in accordance with COVID-19 safety protocols. MASKS ARE MANDATORY. A maximum of 50 people are allowed in Council Chambers, including Mayor, Council and staff. Meeting agendas can be found here. The City broadcasts Committee and Council meetings. A phone number and links are made available on meeting agendas and the live broadcast for the public to call in during the Question and Answer period of meetings to address Council and Committees.

OPEN FACILITIES:
City Hall
Recreation Complex
Parks and Playgrounds
Public Works yard
Willingdon Beach Campsite
Powell River Public Library Pop-up Library
Powell River Historical Museum and Archives

COVID-19 Restrictions Enforcement: City of Powell River Bylaw Enforcement Officers provide the public with information and education of Provincial Health Orders only. They do not enforce orders. If necessary, the officers will inform the RCMP or Vancouver Coastal Health of violations. If you witness a violation, please contact info@powellriver.ca or call 604-485-8600.

qathet Regional District Emergency Operations Centre (EOC): The EOC ceased operations at midnight on June 30, 2021. The EOC was activated following the provincial state of emergency announced on March 18, 2020.

Government of BC: Response to COVID-19

Government of Canada: Links to COVID-19 (coronavirus) information for Canadians including current situation, statistics, financial support, your health, travel, immigration, and safety.