Moving Forward with Reopening

City of Charlottetown Moving Forward with Reopening
Posted on 02/25/2022
Return to work, increased public access to City facilities to start February 28.

Starting on Monday, February 28, 2022, the City of Charlottetown is moving forward with its reopening plan and will be opening the doors to the public for specific services. Staff will be returning to in-office workstations at a 50 per cent capacity so as to deliver in-person services in a safe yet effective manner.

At this time, in-person drop-in services, such as water and utility bill payment and parking ticket payment, will resume in full.

In-person meetings between staff and members of the public may be permitted so long as a scheduled appointment is made in advance. Virtual meetings between staff and members of the public are still preferred.

The public should be advised that masking requirements to enter City facilities will remain in place and will be enforced. Visitors will need to sign in upon entering a facility. Visitors are asked to limit their movement at a facility to and from the appointment site only. Enhanced cleaning practices will be maintained.

At this time, City Council meetings and Council Committee meetings will remain virtual and will continue to be live-streamed and available at for public viewing.

It is the goal to have all staff return to work and a full reopening of City facilities on or before April 4, 2022. City management will continue to monitor its reopening schedule to ensure it meets the needs of residents and staff and CPHO expectations while maintaining an acceptable level of safety for everyone.

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