COVID-19: City Suspends Access to Public Facilities to Support Social Distancing

Lloydminster, AB/SK – The City of Lloydminster has suspended public access to its recreation and culture facilities, and all municipal buildings to further the movement of social distancing as directed by provincial health officials. The temporary suspension of facilities is effective Monday, March 23, 2020, until further notice.

“Out of an abundance of caution, we’re following our provincial, municipal colleagues and following further direction from provincial and federal health professionals,” said Mayor Gerald Aalbers. “Given the unprecedented nature of recent events, we ask for your patience as we work together and persevere through these trying times.”

The temporary closure includes the following buildings:

  • Archie Miller Arena
  • Bioclean Aquatic Centre
  • City Hall
  • Centennial Civic Centre
  • Employee Relations Building
  • Lloydminster Cultural & Science Centre
  • Lloydminster Golf & Curling Centre
  • Lloydminster Operations Centre
  • Lloydminster Public Library
  • PSM Park Centre
  • Russ Robertson Arena
  • Servus Sports Centre

The following facilities will remain open to the public:

  • Alta-Sask Wellness, located in Servus Sports Centre (5202 12 Street)