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Playgrounds & Outdoor Facilities are Open

Effective Immediately

The following public spaces are open with restrictions though people are advised to exercise caution.  No more than 50 people and everyone spaced a minimum of 2m apart.  No sharing of equipment.  Of course, this can be relaxed if you are with your own household or cohort family.   You may want to read about outdoor public spaces.

  • Public parks
  • Ball Diamonds
  • Fox Lake Park Day Use
  • Fox Lake Park Campground.   Town of Hanna guidelines can be found here.
  • Skatepark
  • Outdoor Rink
  • Soccer Fields
  • Tennis Courts
  • Town of Hanna Playgrounds (please remember that the apparatus is not sanitized by staff.  It has been recommended by the Chief Medical Officer that users ensure that their children have washed their hands well before and after, take their own sanitary wipes to sanitize the equipment and take along hand sanitizer for regular use)

The information following is current as of May 27.  This news article will NOT be updated as additional facilities open.  A new article will be posted with any updates.

Closed

The following public spaces are closed and will not be able to open to the public until the Province relaxes the restrictions on these facilities.  Provincial and Federal decisions and regulations are changing weekly and sometimes daily so please continue to watch our website and our Facebook for current information.

  • Arena
  • Centennial Place
  • Community Centre
  • Curling Rink
  • Library
  • Swimming Pool
  • Visitor Information Centre

Phase 2

The following facilities are ELIGIBLE to open to the public in Phase 2, however, just because they are eligible, they still need to meet all the regulations required by the Province and Alberta Health so opening dates may be different.

  • Library
  • Visitor Information Centre – closed until such time as the Town can operate safely; likely not until 2021.

Phase 3

The following facilities are ELIGIBLE to open to the public in Phase 3, however, just because they are eligible, they still need to meet all the regulations required by the Province and Alberta Health so opening dates may be different.

  • Arena
  • Centennial Place
  • Community Centre
  • Curling Rink (except for the weekly Farmers’ Market)
  • Swimming Pool
  • Visitor Information Centre – closed until such time as the Town can operate safely.

Other or Undetermined

The following facilities are not Town facilities.  Please contact them directly.

  • Legion Hall
  • Senior’s Circle
  • Schools and School Playgrounds

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