City Council Votes to Follow Provincial Removal of COVID-19 Regulations - Click here for details.
Book a Vaccination or Booster
All Saskatchewan residents ages 5 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. A second dose of the vaccine can be provided 28 days after receiving the first dose. Additionally, booster shots are available for residents over the age of 12. For more details on clinics in Moose Jaw and booking an appointment, click here.
Mandatory Masking for all indoor City of Moose Jaw Facilities*
*(Will end after February 28, 2022)
In accordance with the Provincial Public Health Orders, the City of Moose Jaw has implemented the following changes starting September 17th, 2021;
- Visitors must wear masks.
- Health screening is no longer required, but a Commissionaire will continue to execute security screening for visitors requesting to enter the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors of City Hall. Screening will not be required for customers visiting City Hall to pay a bill.
- Effective screening questions will include name, time, purpose of visit, and the time the person left.
- Appointments will continue to be required for the Mayor’s Office, City Manager’s Office, Information Technology Department and the Human Resource Services Department.
- City Hall hours of operation for the public will remain 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. The City Hall switchboard (306-694-4400) will be answered between 8:15 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. weekdays (except statutory holidays).
Kinsmen Sportsplex/Yara Centre/Pla-Mor Palace
- Everyone must wear a mask in indoor recreation facilities with the exception of swimming or actively participating in athletic or fitness activities.
- Increased sanitization practices will continue.
- Online booking is still encouraged for recreation activities (use the Online Recreation Registration link at MooseJaw.ca or on the free City of Moose Jaw app).
- Walk-in customers are welcome as long as there is space remaining for the respective activity.
Further details on City operations and services affected by COVID-19 can be found below.
Individual facilities will occur based on:
- compliance with Provincial guidelines
- additional cleaning, disinfecting, and safety measures
- ability to create a safe environment for staff and visitors
- enhanced protection measures for essential City staff
- capacity to absorb additional costs including losses in revenue
The City of Moose Jaw encourages residents to visit federal and provincial agencies for their recommendations on being prepared and what to do if you have concerns about COVID-19 or feel you need to be tested.
The City reminds residents to download the SaskAlert app for critical COVID-19 information from the Province of Saskatchewan.
Did you know there is a COVID-19 Community Response Team in Moose Jaw? The team is committed to identifying support programs for families and individuals suffering mental, financial or physical health issues through the pandemic. Many of these programs are not just for Moose Jaw residents, but for residents across South Central Saskatchewan.
211 Saskatchewan is a free, confidential, 24/7 service that connects individuals to human services in the province by telephone, text, or web chat, plus a searchable website with over 5,000 listings of social, community, non-clinical health, and government services across the province.
In addition to searching on the 211 Saskatchewan website, individuals can now call 2-1-1, text 2-1-1 or go online to chat with trained professionals to help find and navigate services they need. This access to community, health and government services is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Over 175 languages, including 17 Indigenous languages, are available over the phone.