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February 5, 2021
If you violate a public health order, you may be subject to a $1,000 fine. Additionally, you can be prosecuted for up to $100,000 for a first offense.
If you are concerned someone is not following public health orders, you can:
Submit a complaint
Please note-- these instructions use the Occupancy Load Limit of 25%. Current Occupational Load limits under new restrictions (as of December 13) are 15%.
For more information, please visit https://www.alberta.ca/assets/documents/covid-19-restricted-capacity-and-occupant-load.pdf, or call 403-443-5541 to speak with our Fire Safety Codes officer.
At this time, the Kneehill County office and maintenance shop are closed to the public, however, service is available via phone or email during regular business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.)
For your convenience, the following County services are available from the comfort of your home:
If you need assistance or are unsure how to access our online services, please contact Kneehill County, 403-443-5541, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the extension of COVID-19 restrictions in Alberta, the Kneehill County office will remain closed to the public until at least January 21, 2021.
Regular Council meetings will continue, however, in-person attendance is not permitted at this time. Residents can continue to watch the Council meeting online on Kneehill County’s YouTube channel. A link to the live stream is made available on the homepage of the Kneehill County website the morning of the Council meeting.
In-person attendance may be permitted at the Public Hearings that occur during Council meetings. Please check our website and social media for announcements.
Thank you for your understanding!