COVID-19

The City of Warman prioritizes the health and safety of its employees and residents. During the global COVID-19 pandemic we have adjusted our regular procedures and operations in order to maintain this health and safety and work within the Government of Saskatchewan's public health orders. We continue to strive to provide quality service and programming for our residents.

FacilityStatusCOVID-19 regulations
Brian King Centreopen
City Hallopenone customer at a time in the lobby; maintain a physical distance of 6 feet; masks encouraged when conducting business; all individuals entering the office area are required to wear masks; online payment of utility and property tax accounts is encouraged; please call 306.933.2133 for information
Diamond Rodeo Arenaopen
Legends Centreopen
Outdoor facilitiesopen


2020 Municipal Election

The City of Warman's 2020 election is moving forward as planned. COVID-19 regulations/procedures will be in place at the polls. Mail-in ballot applications are being accepted for eligible voters. Details can be found here or by calling 306.385.2331.


Council Meetings

The City of Warman's council meetings and committee of the whole meetings are continuing as scheduled. Unless otherwise stated the meetings are held at the Brian King Centre and are open to the public (physical distancing measures in place). Agendas and past minutes can be found here.


Staying Safe & Healthy

There are a few hygiene measures you can take to help protect the spread of viruses such as coronavirus.

  • wash your hands frequently using soap and water, and scrub for at least 20 seconds
  • avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands
  • cough and sneeze into your sleeve/elbow and not your hands
  • stay home if you are not feeling well to avoid spreading illness to others
  • maintain physical distancing of two metres and avoiding large groups

Call HealthLine 811 if you have recently travelled and are experiencing respiratory or flu-like symptoms.


Links

Government of Saskatchewan

Government of Canada

Self-Assessment Tool

Prairie Sky Chamber of Commerce