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  • City of Fort St. John announces further changes due to COVID-19 precautions March 26, 2020 In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as of Monday, March 30, 2020, all City of Fort St. John buildings and offices will be closed to the public until further notice. City staff will continue to provide municipal services; however, in alternative forms, such as by email and phone.
  • City of Fort St. John responds to closure of recreational facilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic March 24, 2020 On March 24, 2020, using a planned and principled approach, the City of Fort St. John has issued layoff notices to 88 British Columbia Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) staff due to reduced operational demands. The health and safety of City staff and the citizens of Fort St John is of the utmost importance during this time.
  • City of Fort St. John Declares State of Local Emergency March 24, 2020 The City of Fort St. John has declared a State of Local Emergency, effective March 24, 2020, in response to the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This proactive declaration allows the City to quickly respond to this rapidly evolving situation. Although this declaration provides the City with 9 additional powers, it doesn't mean that we will use all or any of them.
  • City of Fort St. John buildings to limit access as COVID-19 precautions continue March 19, 2020 As of March 19, 2020, all City buildings will have reduced public access as the City of Fort St. John continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • City of Fort St. John announces further COVID-19 precautions March 18, 2020 As of March 18, 2020, all City Recreation Facilities are closed indefinitely in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic declaration from the World Health Organization. These closures affect the Pomeroy Sport Centre, including Visitor Centre, North Peace Arena, Kids Arena Fieldhouse and the previously announced closure of the North Peace Leisure Pool.
  • City of Fort St. John announces additional COVID-19 precautions March 14, 2020 As of March 14, 2020, the North Peace Leisure Pool will be closed indefinitely in response to the recent novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic declaration from World Health Organization. This includes the cancellation of all programming, including swimming lessons at the North Peace Leisure Pool. The health and safety of our employees, residents, and visitors is paramount and we will continue to respond appropriately to this rapidly evolving situation.
  • City of Fort St. John takes COVID-19 precautions March 13, 2020 With the World Health Organization declaring novel coronavirus (COVID-19) a pandemic illness earlier this week, and the recent guidance from the federal and provincial governments, the City of Fort St. John is taking necessary and reasonable precautions to prepare for possible impacts. The health and safety of our employees, residents, and visitors is paramount and we will continue to respond appropriately to this rapidly evolving situation.
  • Doig River First Nation and City of Fort St. John sign Development and Servicing Memorandum of Understanding March 3, 2020 Today, the Doig River First Nation and the City of Fort St. John signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding the Development and Servicing of Doig River First Nation-owned land in the City of Fort St. John building off of the Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation and Communication signed in 2010.
  • City Youth Prepare for Youth Changing Tomorrow Conference February 26, 2020 Youth and students from the Youth Advisory Council, North Peace Secondary School Student Council, Girls Can Talk, and WE Schools have been collaborating on a conference for local youth over the past few months. Over 100 students from across School District 60 will attend the Youth Changing Tomorrow Conference on Thursday, February 27, 2020, at the Northern Lights College, Fort St. John Campus.
  • High on Ice Winter Festival Site Preparations Begin February 6, 2020 The 2020 High on Ice Winter Festival is approaching quickly. The event, based out of Centennial Park, will run throughout the Family Day long weekend from February 14-17.