This page is a resource for up to date information on R.M. facilities, programs, and services that have been impacted by COVID-19. This page will be updated frequently.
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Province of Manitoba Resources:
Provincial Updates and News Releases
Online Screening Tool (Self-Assessment)
Provincial Pandemic Response System: Prairie Mountain Health
Restoring Safe Services Roadmap
Contact Health Links at 204-788-8200 or 1-888-315-9257 (toll-free) if you're experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
Government of Canada Resources:
Public Health of Canada Outbreak Update
Canada's Economic Response Plan
World Health Organization
Manitoba Chamber of Commerce
Canadian Chamber of Commerce
Changes to R.M. Facilities
The Rural Municipality of Wallace-Woodworth is continuously monitoring the COVID-19 situation. Providing essential services remains our priority while protecting the health and well-being of our residents and employees. Social distancing is used to intentionally reduce close contact between people to try to stop the progression of COVID-19.
Facilities that remain closed to the public are:
- Wallace – Woodworth Offices: Virden, Elkhorn, and Kenton
- Water Treatment Plants in Ward 1 and Ward 2
- Public Works Shops in Elkhorn, Hargrave, and Kenton
- Fire Stations – Kenton and Elkhorn
How to Make a Payment
- Online banking
- Call to arrange a drop off at the Virden foyer or other municipal offices
You Can Still Reach Us Through
- Virden: 204-748-1239
- Kenton: 204-838-2317
- Elkhorn: 204-845-2161
- Website: www.wallace-woodworth.com
- Facebook: rmwallacewoodworth
Subject to prior approval, ratepayers who wish to come and meet with municipal staff will have to phone Garth Mitchell, CAO at 204-748-1239 to schedule an appointment or Zoom Meeting.
Council has made the decision to suspend ALL face-to-face meetings of Council, Committees, and L.U.D.’s. Meetings will be conducted through electronic and conference call methods. NO delegations will be entertained at meetings during this suspension.
Council will re-evaluate this directive with guidance of Provincial and Federal agencies. Any updates on the COVID-19 situation as it relates to R.M. facilities, services, and programs will be posted on the website. Updates will also be shared through the R.M.’s Twitter and Facebook pages.
Latest R.M. COVID-19 News and Notices
January 6, 2022 - Closures Due to COVID-19
August 21, 2021 - Masks Required when Entering R.M. Offices
March 20, 2021 - Council Meetings Closed to the Public
March 18, 2021 - Closures Due to COVID-19
March 15, 2021 - COVID-19 Response