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Thank you to everyone that took the time to complete the 2021 Policing Survey! The results are in, and you can review them at www.draytonvalley.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Data_All_210210-2.pdf ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to everyone that took the time to complete the 2021 Policing Survey! The results are in, and you can review them at https://www.draytonvalley.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Data_All_210210-2.pdf

In light of the easing of some COVID-19 restrictions by the Government of Alberta, some Town facilities have made changes to their operations. These include:

The Drayton Valley Municipal Library:
The library is now open at 15% capacity (8 people) for purposeful activity only (no loitering or lounging). Two computers will be available and time limits will be in place. For more information, the Library can be contacted at 780-514-2722.

Total Works Health and Fitness:
Beginning tomorrow, March 3, Total Works will open at 15% capacity and resume its regular hours for low-intensity activities, by appointment. The Walking Track will also open and private training is still available. The Squash Court will remain closed at this time. For more information, Total Works can be reached at 780-514-2234.

For more information about COVID-19 and links to government resources, visit our website at www.draytonvalley.ca/covid-19/
... See MoreSee Less

In light of the easing of some COVID-19 restrictions by the Government of Alberta, some Town facilities have made changes to their operations. These include:

The Drayton Valley Municipal Library:
The library is now open at 15% capacity (8 people) for purposeful activity only (no loitering or lounging). Two computers will be available and time limits will be in place. For more information, the Library can be contacted at 780-514-2722.

Total Works Health and Fitness:
Beginning tomorrow, March 3, Total Works will open at 15% capacity and resume its regular hours for low-intensity activities, by appointment. The Walking Track will also open and private training is still available. The Squash Court will remain closed at this time. For more information, Total Works can be reached at 780-514-2234.

For more information about COVID-19 and links to government resources, visit our website at https://www.draytonvalley.ca/covid-19/

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Lift the restrictions!

Jillian Habetler here ya go lol

Can the pool open, with low intensity workouts? Arthritic Aquasize and slow paced lane swim are low intensity!

I also would like to know about the plan for the pool

Good morning! At this time the pool is unable to open under the new restrictions. The pool is offering one-on-one private lessons, or one-on-one household private lessons for all ages. In addition there is also one-on-one private or household kayak lessons, one-on-one fitness sessions, school cohort lessons, homeschool cohort lessons and modified sport for Junior Lifeguard.

What is the cost of private aqua pump lesson????

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