As we navigate the dynamic and changing landscape related to the global COVID19 pandemic, Sturgeon County is committed to the delivery of essential services while ensuring the health and safety of our residents and staff.
This page will be updated regularly to reflect changes in our operations as well as local restrictions and guidelines based on our classification as determined by the Province of Alberta.
Health measures are in place to help protect the health system and slow the spread of COVID-19. The provincial restrictions apply to all individuals and businesses within Sturgeon County.
The Province of Alberta’s mandatory mask requirement remains in effect.
The provincial requirement means that masks are mandatory in all indoor workplaces, except when working alone in an office or a safely distanced cubicle or an appropriate barrier is in place. This applies to all employees, visitors, delivery personnel, and contractors and includes all locations where employees are present and masks won’t pose a safety risk.
Visit the Government of Alberta website for more information on mandatory mask requirements and mask exemptions.
COVID-19 Information for Residents and Businesses
Please visit the Government of Alberta website for more information on COVID-19 including public health measures and restrictions, isolation and quarantine requirements, symptoms and testing, business supports and information, and more.
Sturgeon County Services
Starting Monday, June 14, 2021, Sturgeon County will resume front desk services at all County buildings.
Although the Province’s work from home order is lifted as of June 10, 2021, Sturgeon County continues to follow the recommendation to have employees work from home where possible. This means some County services will still be available by appointment only.
Please call 780-939-4321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment.
Sturgeon County offers a number of services online through Sturgeonservices.ca, including fire permits, dog licences, water and bulk water, Agriculture Services rentals, and more.
Note: Sturgeon County will resume in-person events including recreation programs, events, and public engagement sessions in compliance with Public Health Orders and in a manner that protects the health and safety of County staff and the public.
Sturgeon County Council Meetings
Sturgeon County Council continues to meet virtually and meetings are available to the public to watch online. Upcoming meeting information including agendas along with past meeting minutes and video archives can be found online.