COVID-19 Information


Continuing Care Facilities

As of July 13, restrictions for continuing care facilities have changed. Please click HERE to learn more, as shared by the Government of Alberta.

Stage 3 impacts to city operations, starting July 1

  • At the Leduc Recreation Centre, cleaning products will be available to sanitize fitness machines/equipment before and after use. 
  • We are able to further accommodate community rentals and audience members at the Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts
  • City Council meetings will re-open for in-person public participation; however, virtual participation will remain an option.  
  • The city's Fire Services is an integrated service with Alberta Health Services (AHS), which has directed that all staff and visitors to Fire House No. 1 and Fire House No. 2 be required to continue to wear a mask, physical distance and limit group sizes. Additionally, masks will be required when travelling in an ambulance. 
  • As per provincial health guidelines, masks will continue to be required on Leduc Transit. 
  • A new activity-based facility schedule will be introduced for the Leduc Recreation Centre Aquatic Centre
  • As an organization, the City of Leduc is reviewing its internal response to COVID-19 and will continue to provide high quality services to the community. 
  • Albertans are asked to notify their employer if they test positive for COVID-19. If additional close contacts are identified at the workplace, they will be notified of close contact requirements. Online contact tracing tools are available for employers to support them in collecting information from their staff and patrons.

FAQs on Stage 3 in Leduc

Are residents required to wear a mask in the City of Leduc? 
As of July 1, wearing a mask is no longer required by the province (with the exception of continuing care and acute care centres, in public transit, taxis and ride sharing, and inside fire halls/ambulances). In Leduc, City Council suspended the municipal mask bylaw indefinitely on March 8, 2021. This means that wearing a mask in Leduc is no longer required by the province or municipality in most circumstances.  

The city's Fire Services is an integrated service with Alberta Health Services (AHS), which has directed that all staff and visitors to Fire House No. 1 and Fire House No. 2 be required to continue to wear a mask, physical distance and limit group sizes. Additionally, masks are required when travelling in an ambulance. As per the provincial guidelines, masks are still required on Leduc Transit.  

Some business owners may also choose to require their patrons to continue masking. This is at their discretion and is their responsibility to enforce. 

Doesn’t the City of Leduc have a bylaw on face coverings? 
In December 2020, the Government of Alberta made face coverings mandatory across the province. This superseded Leduc’s (or any municipal) bylaw and on March 8, 2021, Leduc City Council suspended the municipal mask bylaw indefinitelyThis means that wearing a mask in Leduc is no longer required by the province or municipality in most circumstances. 

Why are people still wearing masks? 
As part of Stage 3, wearing a mask is no longer a legal requirement in most circumstances; however, some people may continue to choose to wear a mask in a variety of settings. This is a personal choice. Whether you choose to wear a mask or not, please remember to be kind, considerate and supportive of one another. 

I own a business in Leduc and want patrons to continue to wear a mask. How can the City of Leduc help? 
As part of Stage 3, wearing a mask is no longer a legal requirement in most circumstances, therefore asking patrons to continue to wear a mask while in a place of business is now at the discretion of the business owner. As such, enforcement will also be the responsibility of the business. It is important that we all remember to be kind, considerate and supportive of one another. 

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Supports for business

The business community is welcome to use the following downloadable materials at their discretion and review the city's COVID-19 Economic Recovery efforts.

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Supports for community

Members of the community are encouraged to review the following community and social supports.