Castlegar City Hall will soon reopen to the public. File photo

Castlegar City Hall to reopen to public on June 29

The city said the facility will look slightly different with health protocols in place

Castlegar City Hall will fully reopen to the public on Monday, June 29.

In a statement, the city said the facility will look slightly different with physical distancing protocols in place.

“We are excited to be reopening our doors to the public,” said city chief administrative officer Chris Barlow.

“COVID-19 forced us to look at doing business differently and I’m proud we were able to keep providing all the services that the public expects from the city during these trying times.”

If residents are visiting city facilities in the near future, they’re asked to wash their hands thoroughly, avoid touching their face, cough or sneeze into their elbow or tissue and to consider wearing a non-medical mask.

The city has already opened up some of its recreational facilities as provincial health restrictions ease slightly around COVID-19.

READ MORE: City of Castlegar tennis and volleyball courts reopening


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