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District of Kent reopening facilities to the public

Enhanced COVID-19 protocols in place throughout

District of Kent officials are working their way back to a more normal state as B.C.’s Phase 3 comes to fruition.

The district announced their public facilities are reopening with limited services effective June 1.

The Community Recreation and Cultural Centre (CRCC) will be open under modified hours. The CRCC will be open seven days a week, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. CRCC staff will host select fitness classes as well as non-contact sports in the gym. There will also be weight room access available with advanced protocols in place. Further details are available by contacting CRCC staff at 604-796-2281 or by emailing crccinfo@kentbc.ca.

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Municipal Hall will be open again to the public starting June 3 with regular business hours. Financial transactions can at that point be done in person, enabling residents to pay for dog tags, bus passes and more. As district staff transitions into reopening, they recommend those who have to speak with engineering or planning services to make an appointment ahead of time.

At this time, no-contact payment methods continue to be an option. You can pay online or via phone banking, by mail or in person at your bank or credit union.

For the latest information about the District of Kent in relation to COVID-19, visit www.kentbc.ca.



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