COVID-19

Stay Informed

In an effort to prepare for, and prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Town of Slave Lake is following the direction of Alberta Health Services (AHS) and Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health.

AHS remains the trusted authority on COVID-19 and residents are encouraged to review official AHS information and follow their social media outlets.

Visit Alberta.ca/covid19 for up-to-date, accurate information.

Visit the Town of Slave Lake COVID-19 Updates for up-to-date information

Cases of COVID-19 in Alberta
1075
Cases of COVID-19 in Slave Lake
3


Numbers as of April 3rd, 2020


Virtual Community Townhall 

All residents were invited and were encouraged to take part in the upcoming virtual community townhall. Mayor Tyler Warman provided an update on the Town’s response to COVID-19 and answered questions.  
Video Can Be Found Here: March 25th Town Hall 

Closures

  • The Town Office is closed to the public from Monday to Thursday. Every Friday the Town Office will be Open from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
  • All Town community facilities are closed to the public until April 30th, 2020.
    • Northern Lights Aquatic Centre
    • Multi-Rec Centre
    • Legacy Centre 
  • The Lesser Slave Regional Fire Hall has been closed to the Public. 
  • The Rotary Club of Slave Lake Public Library will be closed until further notice.

Essential services

During these closures, staff will be working from home or in alternative working arrangements to ensure the essential services that keep community members safe and the town running continue.
As the situation evolves, some services may be adjusted in order to manage resources effectively. 

To speak with a staff member, contact the facilites at the numbers below:

  • Town Office - 780-849-8000
  • Multi-Rec Centre - 780-849-8028
  • Northern Lights Aquatic Centre - 780-849-8639
  • Legacy Centre - 780-849-8028
  • Lesser Slave Regional Fire Hall #1 - 780-849-4110

Useful Links

COVID-19 info for Albertans 

Alberta Health Services COVID-19 Self Assessment

Alberta Government TEXT4Hope

Public Health Canada

Community-based measures to mitigate the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Canada

Canadian Travel Health Advisories