The Resort Municipality of Whistler is committed to protecting the health and safety of its residents, visitors and staff. The Public Health Office order requiring businesses to have COVID-19 Safety Plans expired on April 8, 2022. WorkSafeBC is supporting employers to transition from safety plans to communicable disease prevention to manage the risks of COVID-19 and other communicable diseases in the workplace.
Facility-specific procedures are in place to ensure safe operations. View the latest status of municipal operations at whistler.ca/COVID-19.
In accordance with provincial health directives:
- If you have travelled outside Canada, you must follow federal testing and quarantine requirements before you will be permitted on our premises.
- Please stay home if you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19
Municipal Hall public access procedures
- Anyone displaying symptoms of COVID-19, which primarily displays as a persistent cough, will not be permitted on the premises. If you are sick, please stay home.
- Customers are asked to sanitize their hands upon entering the facility.
- Customers are asked to maintain physical distance. In order to achieve these requirements, the RMOW is limiting the number of customers in the facility and will use signs, marking and one-way travel in the facility.
- There are no public washrooms available at Municipal Hall at this time.
- The RMOW encourages customers to complete transactions on-line or by phone rather than attending the Municipal Hall in person.
- The Customer Service counter is fitted with physical barriers between the customer and RMOW staff.
- We encourage financial transactions to be conducted electronically. Cash is accepted.
- The RMOW has increased cleaning protocols for commonly touched surfaces consistent with health agency recommendations to ensure the health and safety of our staff and customers. As such, the period between transactions may take longer. We thank customers for their patience.