Things continue to change regarding COVID-19 at a relatively rapid rate. We know these are challenging times and it can be difficult to navigate the uncertainty. We are proud of the adaptability and resiliency we are seeing from staff and leadership in our member organizations, from our industry partners and in our communities. By working together, and looking for ways to innovate, we will navigate a path through this public health crisis.
We want to provide you with information on the following updates from industry partners:
- City of Calgary – Planning and Development Service update
- Calgary Shallow Utility Consortium Protocol update
- Municipality Updates – March 20
City of Calgary – Planning and Development Service update
All service lines within Planning and Development – City Planning & Policy, Development Approvals, and Building Safety – remain open for business with services still operating. However, the City workforce has been significantly impacted, like most of their colleagues and customers across Calgary, and they appreciate patience as they adjust to these unique circumstances. Business continuity is a high priority, and day-to-day business continues, albeit not necessarily in the usual ways all are accustomed to. The City is exploring different ways to work with industry, while at more physical distance. As of today, the 3rd floor business counter is physically open and accepting submissions. Details on this and other changes here.
Calgary Shallow Utility Consortium Protocol update
The situation around the COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to evolve since the World Health Organization has declared the outbreak a pandemic. The Calgary Shallow Utility Consortium closely following the guidance and advice from the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Centre for Disease Control, the World Health Organization, and other global and provincial health agencies.
The Consortium has released updates to its protocols. Learn more here.
Municipality Updates – March 20
The table of municipality update has been updated here.Changes are reflected in yellow.
We will send updates as needed going forward, at least weekly. Please do not hesitate to reach out and share your ideas, concerns and questions regarding this crisis and the effects on our industry.
Thank you for your continued support. Please stay safe and be well.