Emergency Management- COVID-19


Interior Health Authority (IHA)

B.C. Ministry of Health

BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC)

Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)

World Health Organization (WHO)

COVID-19 Self Assessment Tool & App

District of Coldstream COVID-19 Safety Plan

Key Policies, Guidelines, Procedures & Other Documentation:

  1. COVID-19 Safety Policy
  2. COVID-19 Safe Work Operating Procedures
  3. COVID-19 Workplace Posters
  4. Guidelines for Safe Reopening: Playing Fields & Courts
  5. Guidelines for Safe Reopening: Outdoor Spaces & Picnic Shelters
  6. Guidelines for Safe Reopening: Lavington Wading Pool

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to evolve around the world. A lot has changed in a short amount of time and health authorities have called for dramatic actions to be taken to slow and contain the spread of the virus.

Council and Administration’s top priority is the health and safety of our citizens and employees. The District has activated its Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) and is working through a business continuity strategy to maintain District services and continue providing a healthy and safe work environment for our employees.

The District of Coldstream has been, and continues to, diligently monitor the potential COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation locally. The District is in regular contact with the Interior Health Authority (IHA) and Emergency Management BC. We are following the direction of provincial and federal health authorities, tracking the issue and adjusting our response plans as necessary. 

Health authorities have identified the following steps to help reduce the potential impact and spread of infection:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds;
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth, especially with unwashed hands;
  • Practice social distancing, which means to keep 2 meters (6 ft) between yourself and others;
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick;
  • Cough and sneeze into your sleeve, and not your hands;
  • Stay home if you are sick to avoid spreading illness to others; and
  • Wipe surfaces and objects (e.g., phones, desk tops, door handles, light switches) with disinfectant often.

The COVID-19 situation is evolving rapidly. For the most up-to-date information, the District of Coldstream has provided links to federal and provincial health agency websites below.

Thank you for your interest in protecting your health, your family and your neighbours. We are in this together."

Anyone who suspects they may have symptoms of COVID-19 should immediately call 8-1-1 for an assessment. If you would like more information on COVID-19 in B.C., you can call 1-888-COVID19 (268-4319).
The Public Health Agency of Canada has also created a toll-free phone number (1-833-784-4397) to answer questions from Canadians about the virus. 


Public Service Announcement - Council Meeting Attendance (December 7, 2020)

Media Release - Public attendance at meetings to commence on July 6 - posted July 2, 2020

Media Release - District of Coldstream Office Re-Opening- May 29, 2020

Media Release - Coldstream Parks and Public Spaces Opening - May 22, 2020

Media Release - Phase 2 - Parks and Public Spaces Re-Opening (Update) - May 11, 2020

Media Release - Phase 2 - Coldstream Parks and Public Spaces Re-Opening (Boat Launches) - May 5, 2020

Media Release - Open Burning Prohibited - April 8, 2020

Media Release: Spring Garden Waste/Leaf Drop-off Program - Cancelled - March 27, 2020

For more information on being prepared in an emergency, on Floods, Wildfires, and Stages of Evacuation click on the link below:



The District of Coldstream
9901 Kalamalka Road
Coldstream, BC V1B 1L6
Tel: (250) 545-5304
Fax: (250) 545-4733
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Closed on Statutory Holidays
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