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Here you will find information regarding COVID-19 as it relates to the Town of Bonnyville.

Phase 2 Guidelines

Phase 1 Guidelines

Town of Bonnyville – COVID-19 Measures to Assist Residents

Alberta Health Services Addiction and Mental Health
Mental Health Resources: During COVID-19
Mental health information during crisis is important. Alberta Health Services has information and a number of resources available for Albertans and our staff to help.
Mental health resources are posted here,
COVID-19 Online Resources
For helpful advice on handling stressful situations and ways to talk to children.
• Coping and Connection for Children & Families During COVID-19 (AHS)
• COVID-19 and Your Mental Health (AHS)
• Practical and Emotional Preparedness for a Pandemic (AHS)
• Mental health and coping with COVID-19 (CDC)
• Talking with children about COVID-19 (CDC)
• Talking with children during infectious disease outbreaks (SAMHSA)
Need more?
Be sure to check regularly to the online information as resources will be updated and added as developed. Future podcasts and videos will also be shared in the coming days.

Public Notice


Effective Monday, March 23rd, 2020 All Town of Bonnyville Facilities Will Be Closed to the Public.

Should you require the assistance of any of our office staff, we will be happy to

help you over the phone. Please Call 780-826-3496 if you need assistance.

The Council Meeting on Tuesday March 24, 2020 will still be open to the Public,

subject to the Chief Medical Officers recommended COVID response.

We continue to encourage our residents to follow guidance from Alberta Health

Services, and the directives of the Chief Medical Officer of Health. To keep up to

date on COVID-19 in Alberta, please visit

Public Notice


The Town of Bonnyville is monitoring the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Alberta. The Town has

taken the following steps and continues to revise services in these unprecedented circumstances.

To reduce risk to citizens and staff, we recommend calling before visiting the Town Administration building to

see if we can assist you over the phone or online.

To enhance social distancing, you can pay utilities and taxes online through your financial institution and you

can also download the App called Pay-TM to pay online.

Dear Alberta parents,


The health and safety of our community, residents and employees are the Town’s top priority. The Town continues to work with the province, community partners and the community in the on-going response to COVID-19 in Bonnyville. While the risk to residents remains low, we remain vigilant and prepared to support our community’s needs.

It is business as usual for the Town of Bonnyville. Services such as bill payment, garbage pick up and water/sewer service continue to be provided by Town Staff.

Bill Payments can be made at the Town Hall during business hours (Monday to Friday 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m.) or online through your financial institution.

Effective immediately the Bonnyville Reginal Fire Authority has closed all Fire Stations, EMS Station and the 911 Call Centre to the Public.

Residents are reminded not to attend Town facilities or any public facilities if they are feeling ill. Call Alberta HealthLink at 8-1-1 for non-emergency health information about COVID-19 and 9-1-1 only in the case of a life-threatening emergency or crime in progress. 

The COVID-19 outbreak remains a fluid situation and information can change quickly and often. The Town of Bonnyville is prepared to make additional changes to policies as required in order to keep residents safe and reduce the risk of spreading the virus.

This information is only current at the time of writing and can change quickly. For the most up-to-date information about COVID-19, please visit the Government of Canada, Province of Alberta and Alberta Health websites.

We will be updating residents through the Town of Bonnyville Facebook page and the Town of Bonnyville Website.

COVID-19 Support for Employers and Employees

Alberta Health Services – Geographical Map with Sub-zones

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