COVID-19

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The Village is closely following the unfolding events surrounding COVID-19. The situation is changing rapidly and updates will continue to be shared through our eNews, Facebook page, website news and our NEW COVID-19 online hub, OnePemberton.ca.

View the Village of Pemberton's COVID-19 Safety Plan

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For the most current information on COVID-19 as well as support tools, community resources and useful links, please visit OnePemberton.ca.

Recreation

May 25 - UPDATE TO PROVINCE-WIDE RESTRICTIONS AND HEALTH ORDER

Dear members,

Provincial Health Orders and Province-Wide Requirements in Effect at the Pemberton Community Centre

Please note select adult indoor low intensity group fitness classes will resume June 1 as per the new health orders announced May 25. Outdoor adult group fitness classes will also continue throughout the month of June.  Check the schedule and register for your favourite classes!

As per the Indoor Individual Exercise Requirements issued on May 7, 2021 masks must be worn at all times while in the facility including while exercising or attending adult indoor fitness classes. 

We are reviewing our COVID-19 Safety Plan and protocols to ensure alignment with updated direction from the Government of British Columbia and WorkSafeBC, and will share updates as they become available.

Learn more about the updated Province wide restrictions.

If you have any questions, please contact us at pemrecinfo@pemberton.ca

Thank you for your cooperation in keeping yourselves and our staff safe during these times.

For updates, please visit our COVID-19 online hub at OnePemberton.ca

What the fitness centre is doing to keep you safe

  • Stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Masks are required at all times while in the facility including while exercising. 
  • Patrons must sanitize their hands when entering the facility. Sanitization stations are available throughout the facility.
  • Patrons must wait in the designated areas outside the building before their allocated timeslot/program.
  • 2 meter physical distancing is required.
  • Directional arrows, designated entrances/exits have been established to control the flow of traffic in the facility.
  • Demographic centred-schedule through staggered programming.
  • Increased cleaning protocols and expectations.
  • Increased outdoor air intake as recommended by Work BC.

Failure to maintain physical distancing could result in the closure of the facility.

As always we welcome all constructive feedback.
We will continue to modify our operations and protocols to meet the changing guidelines of the Provincial Health Authorities.