Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The City’s Emergency Coordination Centre (ECC) continues to monitor ongoing developments of COVID-19 based on the requirements and recommendations of Public Health. When these impact our municipal facilities, we will update residents.

 

For all public health related inquiries, please consult the Government of New Brunswick's Coronavirus (COVID-19) website.

 

helpaide@gnb.ca

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Status of municipal facilities

Moncton Market

  • Open on Saturdays 
  • Masks required at all times 

Codiac Transpo

  • Masks remain required on the bus unless medically exempt, as outlined by the Department of Health
  • As of March 8, full seating capacity will be permitted
  • Passengers can only sit where there are open seats and must respect physical distancing (2m)
  • Schedule remains as-is unless otherwise stated
  • More info

Magnetic Hill Zoo

Public Skating

  • Open
  • Maximum of 50 people allowed on the ice at any public skating rink
  • As per the provincial guidelines, wearing a mask is mandatory

Ian Fowler Oval

  • Open
  • As per the provincial guidelines, wearing a mask is mandatory

Outdoor Rinks

  • Open
  • As per the provincial guidelines, masks are mandatory

Crossman Community Centre/Kay Arena

  • Open
  • Walking track is open (maximum of 15 people)
  • Wearing a mask is mandatory indoors

Superior Propane Centre

  • Open
  • Wearing a mask is mandatory indoors

Moncton Coliseum 

  • Open
  • Walking track is open
  • Wearing a mask is mandatory indoors 
  • Horizon Health's Blood Clinic and COVID-19 testing site remain open, by appointment. Contact 811 to schedule an appointment or for any questions.

Playgrounds

  • Open 
  • Outdoor equipment is not sanitized 

Regional Parks and Trails

  • Open
  • One-way signage is installed at regional park(s)
  • As per the provincial guidelines, wearing a mask is highly recommended outdoors (trails, parks, etc.), and required when the 2-metre distance cannot be maintained

Winter Equipment Rentals

  • Open
  • Centennial Park: snowshoe and cross-country ski rentals
  • Mapleton Park: snowshoe and fat bike rentals
  • As per the provincial guidelines, wearing a mask is highly recommended outdoors (trails, parks, etc.), and required when the 2-metre distance cannot be maintained
  • Info

Resurgo Place

  • Opens under the orange phase operational plan

Face Coverings Required in all Municipal Facilities

Members of the public and employees are required to wear a face covering in municipally owned and operated buildings. Face coverings must be worn at all times when in the building, unless otherwise advised by an employee in situations where 2-metre physical distancing can be maintained or a physical barrier is present.


To read the policy in full, visit this link.

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