Strathcona County cleaning protocols
The safety of Strathcona County staff and the public remains a priority as the County thoughtfully re-opens its programs and services to the public. Strathcona County meets, and in many cases exceeds, Alberta Health Service’s cleaning and disinfection protocols for COVID-19.
Stopping the spread of COVID-19 requires a partnered approach between the County and our guests. We each have a responsibility to adhere to physical distancing requirements, proper hygiene and staying home when feeling ill or directed by AHS to self-isolate.
Strathcona County's Rapid Response Plan will be enacted when the municipality becomes aware of a positive COVID-19 case. Specific responses will be actioned on a case by case basis, in alignment with Alberta Health Services' direction.
Consider downloading the ABTraceTogether mobile app to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. This is a mobile contact tracing app that helps to let you know if you've been exposed to COVID-19 – or if you've exposed others – while protecting your privacy.
Strathcona County recreation facilities
Facility staff adhere to enhanced cleaning protocols that occur during operating hours and after the completion of each booked session.
For more information about active steps Strathcona County is doing to partner with our guests to stop the spread of COVID-19 inside our recreation facilities, please visit Strathcona.ca/beforeyougo
|Strathcona County Transit||
Transit continues to use enhanced cleaning and disinfectant procedures multiple times a day on its buses, mobility buses and transit terminals.
Visit transit’s webpage for more information on its cleaning protocols.
|Parks and outdoor fields||
Outdoor amenities are not sanitized by Strathcona County. Guests are reminded to stay home when sick or directed by AHS to self-isolate, wash or sanitize your hands and follow all Alberta Health Services guidelines for physical distancing and gathering restrictions.
|Administration buildings||Facility staff adhere to enhanced cleaning protocols in administrative buildings. Guests are reminded to stay home when sick or directed by AHS to self-isolate, wash or sanitize your hands and follow all Alberta Health Services guidelines for physical distancing.|