COVID-19: City of Winnipeg response and latest updates on City facilities and services COVID-19 : Mesures prises par la Ville de Winnipeg et dernières nouvelles sur les installations et services municipaux

COVID-19

Latest update

June 4, 2020 – City to begin accepting athletic field bookings

Beginning Friday, June 5, we will begin contacting existing athletic field permit holders whose permits were temporarily suspended due to COVID-19 to give them first priority for re-booking the field. If there are no changes to the permit, the permit will be issued. If there are changes to the permit, or if new permits are being requested, booking information will be collected and confirmed at a later date.

As part of the athletic field booking agreement, organizations will be agreeing to follow provincial health orders that are required for their sport to operate, and City of Winnipeg orders regarding social distancing.

For more information on athletic field bookings, see: City of Winnipeg - Athletic Fields.

Winnipeg Transit Customer Service Centres reopening in phases

Winnipeg Transit Customer Service Centres are now reopening in phases, with precautionary measures put in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. For more information including locations and hours of operation, see: winnipegtransit.com.

City spray pads reopen

A number of our stand-alone spray pads are now open, in accordance with the Province of Manitoba’s Restoring Safe Services plan.

Washrooms on-site are not be available for use. We will not be cleaning spray pads more frequently than normal. Use of the spray pads is at your own risk.

Please note that social distancing is still required and individuals must maintain a distance of at least two metres from every other individual; however, this does not apply to people who can demonstrate that they are living together in the same household. Individuals are also prohibited from assembling in groups of more than 50 in an outdoor place. Residents are also asked to not use the spray pads if they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

For more information, including locations and hours or operation, please see City of Winnipeg – Spray Pads.

Winnipeg Public Library holds pick-up service

On Monday, June 8, Millennium Library (251 Donald St.), Henderson Library (1050 Henderson Hwy.), and Pembina Trail Library (2724 Pembina Hwy.) will reopen for holds pick-up service only. For more information about library services, see: guides.wpl.winnipeg.ca/covid19services.

For more information, consult Affected programs & services and Frequently asked questions.

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