Following the announcement of enhanced public health measures, the Government of Alberta has made guidelines on reduced capacities and occupant loads available on their website.
These guidelines cover definitions, instructions, and suggestions for how affected businesses can determine their occupant load under the Fire Code.
Businesses may download and print posters here.
Athabasca’s Mayor, Council and Staff would like to send a message of encouragement and thanks to the members of our community, however no words can completely capture our gratitude. These have been challenging times for all, we each face unique trials in our lives as we move through these uncertain times together.
We would like to thank each of you for doing what you can, working from home, social distancing, and self-isolating. These steps are of great value and support community essential service workers who continue to provide services to our community. Thank you to our community’s essential service workers, healthcare workers, first responders, transportation services and our local supermarkets, for your continued service in these challenging times.
We encourage you to take comfort that Athabasca is a community that has overcome great obstacles in our history and we will continue to do so. In times of hardship the members of our community show up with acts of kindness and support for others in our community that is profoundly moving.
We thank you for making us all proud to call Athabasca home.
Our Sincerest Gratitude
Mayor, Council and Staff
The Town of Athabasca is a member of the TED COMMITTEE and the following information and resources has been assemble for those that require assistance.