Island Health Update for Port Alice Health Clinic
Changes occurring to support our COVID 19 safety efforts to help minimize the number of people coming into the building
– There will be a Patient Ambassador working from 8:30am-1230pm Monday to Friday to manage the flow of patients coming through the health center.
– After 12:30pm and on weekends, the front doors to the health center will be locked and patients will need to use the intercom to communicate with the staff as to the reason for their visit.
Please come to your appointment alone, unless you require a support person to help minimize the number of people in the building.
Tsunami Hazard Modeling Survey
We are modeling the impact of a tsunami hazard from both a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake as well as the Alaska-Aleutian Subduction Zone earthquake. Please help us by completing this survey by February 26/2021 and sharing your knowledge with our research team via http://www.srd.ca/nwvi-tsunami-survey All information provided is confidential. If you have any questions please contact Protective Services Coordinator Shaun Koopman at 250-830-6702 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phase 2 of the new website is in progress and will continue to build throughout the first few months of 2021. If there is any information you’d like to see on the new site, let us know.
Upcoming Council Meeting
Meetings take place at the Sea View Activity Centre to allow for proper distancing. At this time, due to provincial covid-19 restrictions, we are unable to open the meetings to the public. Agendas will be posted ahead of time and questions and\or responses can be sent to email@example.com or via letter and will be dispersed to the council at the meeting.
- Feb 10, 2021, at 7:00 pm
- Feb 24, 2021, at 7:00 pm
- Mar 10, 2021, at 7:00 pm
Are you looking for bylaw information for the Village of Port Alice? Please find the most commonly used bylaws within the bylaws section of our website.
Staying healthy and safe during the COVID 19 global pandemic is important. Here are a few helpful tips on how to keep safe:
- Frequent Hand Washing
- Disinfect Household Surfaces
- Wearing Masks in Public
- Stay 6 Feet Apart
- Stick to your Household Only