COVID-19 and the City of Cold Lake

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City Hall 780-594-4494 OPEN to limited number of visitors
Cold Lake and District FCSS /
Parent Link Centre
780-594-4495 CLOSED to the public
Energy Centre 780-639-6400 CLOSED to the public
Cold Lake Golf & Winter Club 780-594-5341 CLOSED to the public
Public Works Shop 780-594-4496 CLOSED to the public
Cold Lake Transit 780-639-4455 OPEN but please use back doors
Transfer Station 780-594-4496 OPEN for regular hours
Municipal Parks 780-594-4494 OPEN

Press Releases

March 30: Mayor gives praise to COVID-19 response
A message confirming the City of Cold Lake's efforts to implements measures consistent with provincial guidelines for the response to COVID-19 and thanking residents for their positive response to local, provincial and federal efforts. 

March 25: Council allows for the deferral of municipal bills to offer relief
Announcing the penalty deferral (not a waiver) of municipal bills for the months of April, May and June. These include utility bills, accounts receivable invoices and payments made through the Tax Installment Payments Plan. For more information call City Hall at 780-594-4494. 

March 20: Cold Lake provides update on COVID-19 response
An update on the continued information sharing between the city and relevant provincial authorities, including Alberta Health Services, through the Cold Lake COVID-19 Task Force. A call on residents to avoid hoarding behaviour to allow the trucking industry to catch up with demand - there is no reported shortage of supply in Alberta.  

March 17: Energy Centre and Parent Link to close to public
Announcing the closure of the Energy Centre and Parent Link to the public, effective March 18, 2020. Provincial guidelines are available at and the most up-to-date status of City facilities is available in the chart below. 

March 13: City of Cold Lake local task force monitoring COVID-19 situation, prepared to respond if necessary
Announcing the formation of the Cold Lake COVID-19 task force to share information between relevant agencies and organizations. 


Provincial Funding Opportunity 
The Alberta Government is providing $30 million to municipalities,
charitable and non-profit organizations to provide help to individuals, seniors, families and other vulnerable Albertans who are isolated or impacted by measures to contain COVID- 19. 

Through grants from their local Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) in Edmonton and Calgary, and from Family and Community Support Services Association of Alberta (FCSSAA) representing the remainder of the province, funding will be distributed to civil society organizations. 

These organizations will support a range of services needed from at-home help for seniors, crisis and helplines, food security issues, emotional and mental health counselling or any other identified community issues. For more information, please contact Cold Lake and District FCSS at 780-594-4495, ex. 8028.

Download the forms here: Social Services Support for COVID-19 Funding Criteria (.docx), and Social Services Support for COVID-19 Funding Request Form (.docx)


Additional Resources

Province of Alberta Government of Canada
Updates from Alberta's Chief Medical Officer of Health Changes to Taxes & Benefits (including emergency EI information)
COVID-19 Alberta Statistics Temporary Wage Subsidy for Employers
Emergency Isolation Support Work Sharing Program
Emergency Funding for Charities, Not-For-Profits, and Civil Society Organizations  
Utility Payment Deferral  
2020 Worker Compensation Board Premiums Deferral  


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