COVID-19 Support

The City of Brooks' number one priority is the safety of our citizens, staff and visitors. Staff is working diligently with Alberta Health Services and other key organizations in our response to this constantly changing situation; we are committed to sharing honest, transparent information with our residents while still respecting privacy laws. If you have questions, please contact us by calling 403-362-3333 or sending us an email.

Current Restrictions - Updated May 27th

Alberta's Open For Summer Plan

This 3-stage roadmap outlines how restrictions will ease while protecting the healthcare system and increasing vaccination rates in the province. COVID-19 transmission will continue to be monitored. If required, a stage may be paused to respond to trends at regional or provincial levels. The sustained reopening will require Albertans to get fully vaccinated with 2 doses during the summer to prevent future spread. These restriction changes apply provincewide. Additional details will be released before each stage.

To learn more:

Stage 1 Opening Starts June 1

Two weeks after 50% of Albertans 12+ (born in 2009 or earlier) have received at least one dose and hospitalizations are below 800 and declining. Effective June 1 unless stated otherwise.

  • Places of worship - 15% of fire code occupancy (effective May 28)
  • Outdoor social gatherings - up to 10 people (indoor social gatherings still not permitted)
  • Outdoor physical, performance, and recreation activities - up to 10 distanced people, all ages
  • Personal and wellness services - re-open, by appointment only
  • Funeral services - up to 20 people, not including facility staff, funeral clery or organizers not considered guests (receptions remain prohibited)
  • Wedding ceremonies - up to 10 people, including the officiant, bride/groom, witnesses (receptions remain prohibited)
  • Restaurants - 4 people per table max, outdoors, households only or 2 close contacts for those living alone
  • Retail - 15% of fire code occupancy (must maintain the ability to distance)
  • Distancing and masking requirements remain in effect


If you are concerned someone is not following public health orders, you can:

  • Remind them that not following orders is against the law and puts people at risk
  • Submit a complaint to Alberta Health Services public health inspectors online or call 1-833-415-9179.

Complaints that require an immediate response can be reported to the RCMP administrative line at 403-362-5535.

Related Links

Business Supports
Local Schools
Cases in Brooks
Mental Health
Relief Mesures
Grocery Delivery
Stop the Spread
Local Response
Muni Facilities

For updated, accurate information about COVID-19 in Alberta, visit the Alberta Health Services website or the Government of Alberta website.