North Battleford’s City Hall has re-opened to the public Monday.
While they will be open on their regular hours of 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM, however, they still only recommend coming to City Hall if it is essential to do so. Space is going to be limited so that people can maintain physical distancing.
Residents are still encouraged to go online to the City’s website or call them to make application or payments. Alternatively, they can mail cheques or applications in, using the City’s drop box at the corner of 31st Avenue and 101 Street, or send them to PO Box 460, City of North Battleford. People can also use their online banking to make payment and set up instalments for taxes or water payments using the City’s W.I.P.P.S or T.I.P.P.S programs.
If someone still needs to go to City Hall in person, the City says they should be aware of some changes, keeping in line with COVID-19 health and safety guidelines. Sneeze guards have been put up to protect staff and visitors and people should wear masks whenever possible. Physical distancing arrows have been put in place, and hand sanitizer stations installed. Similar to all other public places, people should not visit North Battleford City Hall if they’re sick or showing COVID symptoms.
People needing assistance with any of the City’s programs are encouraged to call City Hall at 306-445-1700.