NSRA & COVID-19 Updates

In an effort to keep all of our Members and Associate Members up to date on how Covid-19 is affecting the NSRA and what steps are being taken to mitigate the risk, we have created this page to ensure that all Members have access to the information that has been released during the course of the pandemic.

May 4 - New Restrictions


Outdoor social gatherings – Effective May 5 All outside social gatherings must be limited to no more than five people.This is a decrease from the previous 10-person limit.Mandatory physical distancing must be maintained at all times between members of different households.All indoor social gatherings are still prohibited. Indoor fitness – Effective May 5 All indoor fitness must close, including for one-on-one training. Schools (K-12) – Effective May 7 All kindergarten to Grade 12 students will temporarily shift to at-home learning, starting on May 7. Students will return to in-class learning on May 25. Exceptions will continue to be available for students with disabilities so they can continue to attend in-person classes as necessary. Sports, performance and recreation – Effective at 11:59 pm on May 9 All outdoor sports and recreation are now prohibited except with members of your household or, if living alone, two close contacts. This is a decrease from the current limit of 10 people. This includes: all group physical activities, such as team sports, fitness classes, training sessions all one-on-one lessons and training activities all practices, training and games All indoor sport and recreation is prohibited, including youth sports. All indoor performance activity is prohibited, including youth performances. Professional sport organizations that have received an exemption can continue, provided protocols are strictly followed.




April 29 - Changes to Step 1


On Tuesday, April 29, 2021, Alberta Health Services and the Province of Alberta announced changes to the current restrictions: Step 1 restriction changes include: Banquet halls, community halls and conference centres can open for:​ wedding ceremonies up to 10 people funeral services up to 20 people All group fitness activities are not permitted​ All indoor fitness activities are prohibited. This includes: group physical activities, such as team sports, fitness classes and training sessions one-on-one lessons and training activities practices, training and games Outdoor fitness activities may continue if all other provincewide restrictions and safety measures are followed. Outdoor adult group physical activities, including team sports, fitness classes and training sessions, are prohibited or restricted across Alberta. Outdoor recreation amenities can be open to public access unless specifically closed by public health order. Outdoor team sports where 2 metre distancing cannot be maintained at all times (such as basketball, volleyball, soccer, football, slo-pitch and road hockey) are also prohibited. Outdoor fitness training is allowed, as are physically distanced group fitness classes with a maximum of 10 participants. Outdoor group physical activity must be limited to 10 people or fewer. Keeping the activity to members of the same household is strongly recommended. Members of different households must maintain 2 metre distancing at all times. Individual sports and activities such as running, cycling, dirt biking and golfing (disk and regular) are allowed. Outdoor recreation amenities can be open to public access unless specifically closed by public health order. Outdoor pools, tennis courts, pickleball courts, croquet pitches, running tracks and bicycle tracks or velodromes can be open. More than 10 people may use an outdoor recreation amenity at the same time (for example, public access to an outdoor running track) as long as physical distancing is maintained between households. Performance activities include dancing, singing, acting, playing a musical instrument, and any rehearsal or theatrical performance. Youth development activities such as Scouts, Girl Guides and 4H are allowed. Participants must be 18 years old and under.




April 6 - Return to Step 1


Indoor fitness

  • Only one-on-one training with an individual or household is permitted for indoor fitness activities (e.g., fitness in dance studios, training figure skating on ice, one-on-one lessons).
  • No drop-in activities or unsupervised individual fitness.
  • Group fitness, high or low intensity, is not allowed.
  • Outdoor physical activity is allowed with up to 10 people, provided physical distancing is maintained between households.
Adult performance activities
  • Adult performance activities are not permitted. Performance activities include dancing, singing, acting, playing a musical instrument and any rehearsal or theatrical performances.
Social gatherings
  • Indoor social gatherings continue to be prohibited.
  • Outdoor social gatherings are limited to 10 participants, provided physical distancing and other measures continue to be followed.
Indoor and outdoor children’s sport and performance
  • K-12 schools and post-secondary children’s sport and performance activities, such as physical education classes, can now use off-site facilities to support curriculum-related educational activities.
  • Lessons, practices and conditioning activities, but not games, may occur for indoor team-based minor sports/activities and school athletics.

  • All participants must be 18 years old or younger, excluding coaches or trainers.
  • Maximum of 10 individuals, including all coaches, trainers and participants.
  • Participants must stay physically distanced from each other at all times.




March 8 - Step 2 Update


Banquet halls, community halls, conference centres and hotels

  • These facilities can now open for all activities permitted under Step 1 and Step 2.
  • This includes hosting virtual meetings/conferences/events, permitted performance activities, wedding ceremonies with up to 10 individuals, and funeral services up to a maximum of 20 individuals.
  • Wedding receptions, funeral receptions or trade shows are not permitted.
Performance activities
  • Individuals or groups can now rehearse and perform in preparation for filming or live streaming a performance, provided they adhere to public health guidance.
For adult performers and performance groups (over the age of 18), the following activities are permitted:
  • Individual performers or performance groups (up to a maximum of 10 individuals) can access facilities for rehearsals or filming/virtual broadcasting.
  • Larger indoor film and other performances will be allowed provided there is no audience and subject to an approved plan that follows strict new guidance, including regular lab-based PCR testing.
  • For children and youth, performance activities are permitted provided they follow the same requirements set out for youth sport, performance and recreation activities in Step 1:

  • Up to a maximum of 10 individuals with three-metre distancing between all participants.
  • No spectators or in-person audiences are allowed for any type of performance.
  • Masks are mandatory at all times.
  • Includes lessons and practices.
  • Includes youth development activities such as Scouts, Girl Guides and 4-H.
  • No in-person audiences are allowed for any type of performance.
  • Masks are required and three-metre physical distancing must be maintained at all times.
  • Performance activities include dancing, singing, theatre and playing instruments.
Youth sports and recreation
  • There is no change to the restrictions around youth sport and recreation.
  • The Step 1 restrictions around youth sports and recreation have been expanded to include members of college and university athletic programs:

  • Lessons, practices and physical conditioning activities are allowed.
  • Games are not allowed.
  • Maximum of 10 total individuals, including all coaches, trainers and participants.
  • Physical distancing must be maintained between participants at all time.
  • Participants must be masked at all times, except during the training activity.




January 29 - Step Program Introduction


These steps and benchmarks will provide a transparent approach to easing restrictions for businesses and individuals while protecting the health-care system. Each step has an associated benchmark of hospitalized COVID-19 patients, including intensive care patients. Changes to restrictions will be considered once a benchmark is reached. The hospitalization benchmarks are: Step 1 – 600 and declining Step 2 – 450 and declining Step 3 – 300 and declining Step 4 – 150 and declining With hospitalizations dipping below 600, Alberta will move to Step 1 on Feb. 8. If after three weeks the hospitalization numbers are in the range of the next benchmark, decisions will be considered for moving to Step 2. The same three-week re-evaluation period will be used for all subsequent steps. Step 1: Hospitalization benchmark – 600 Potential easing of some restrictions related to:

  • Indoor and outdoor children’s sport and performance (school-related only)
  • Indoor personal fitness, one-on-one and by appointment only
  • Restaurants, cafes, and pubs




January 18 - Easing of Restrictions


While indoor gatherings remain prohibited, up to 10 people will be allowed at outdoor social gatherings. Personal and wellness services will be allowed to open by appointment only. Funeral ceremony attendance will be increased to 20 people, with mandatory masking and two metre physical distancing. Funeral receptions are still not allowed. All Albertans, businesses, organizations and service providers must continue to follow all other existing health measures.




January 11 - Schools to Re-Open


The decision to return to in-class learning is based on the latest evidence which shows that before the winter break, new case rates in schools plateaued and then dropped in December, once restrictions on social gatherings and group activities were in place.




December 22 - Restriction Update


In response to increasing case numbers, enhanced public measures prohibiting social gatherings, requiring masking and restricting businesses and services are in effect. All indoor and outdoor social gatherings – public and private – are prohibited. Individuals who live alone may join another household for one gathering only during the holiday period (Dec. 23-28).

  • A household must only host a maximum of two people who live alone and only one event (not including minors).
  • This approach strives to balance mental wellness for individuals living alone and the need to limit spread.
  • All existing guidance and legal orders remain in place.




December 8 - New Restrictions in Place


In response to increasing case numbers, Alberta has announced new restrictions. Effective immediately, mandatory provincewide measures on social gatherings and masking are in effect. Effective 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 13, additional restrictions will come into effect including business closures and restrictions on other services, retail businesses and attendance at places of worship. These mandatory restrictions apply provincewide and will be in place for at least four weeks. All existing guidance and legal orders remain in place, including closures previously required on Nov. 27. Alberta Health, AHS and local municipalities continue to closely monitor the spread across the province.




May 27 - Open For Summer Plan


Albertans have been working hard to stop the spike over the last few weeks. Active cases are going down and vaccination rates are going up. Albertans have an incentive to continue following public health measures and get vaccinated as soon as possible. Alberta's Open for Summer Plan safely eases restrictions in 3 stages as vaccination targets are reached and hospitalizations decline. If Albertans continue doing their part, all restrictions could be lifted by late June or early July. Stage 1:

  • Outdoor Social Gatherings - UP TO 10 PEOPLE.
  • No Indoor Social Gatherings. No Rentals.
  • Outdoor physical, performance & Recreation activities - up to 10 distanced people
  • Distancing and Masking requirements stay in effect.
Stage 2:
  • Outdoor Social Gatherings - UP TO 20 PEOPLE.
  • No Indoor Social Gatherings. No Rentals.
  • Indoor recreation, entertainment and other settings open at 1/3 capacity.
  • Youth Activities (day camps)- Resume with restrictions.
  • Youth & Adult Sports - Resume with no restrictions.
  • Outdoor Public Gatherings (PHCC events) - 150 people
  • Distancing and Masking requirements stay in effect.
Stage 3:
  • All restrictions lifted! So glad to have you back!




June 10 - Stage 2 Begins


Stage 2: Outdoor Social Gatherings - UP TO 20 PEOPLE. - Mandatory physical distancing must be maintained at all times between members of different households. - Outdoor gatherings must not have an indoor component (movement in/out of homes is not permitted). No Indoor Social Gatherings. No Rentals. Indoor recreation, entertainment and other settings open at 1/3 capacity. Gyms and fitness studios can open for solo and drop-in activities, one-on-one training, and indoor fitness classes. - 3 metres of physical distancing must be maintained at all times. - Indoor fitness spaces, including spaces for group fitness classes, are limited to the number of people able to fit in the space while maintaining 3 metre distance from each other at all times. - Trainers and instructors may be able to come within 3 metres distance of a client/participant for brief moments to correct form or help demonstrate. However, they must be masked during the interaction and sanitize hands before and after. -no longer required for exercise but is strongly encouraged for all participants, especially during indoor exercise classes or in small spaces with limited ventilation - still required when not engaging in the fitness activity, such as while moving between fitness equipment or changing in locker rooms Outdoor recreation facilities can open with no capacity limits, but 2 metres distance must be maintained between members of different households. Examples include: outdoor pools and spray parks, golf courses, tennis and pickleball courts, croquet pitches, running and bicycle tracks, velodromes. Youth Activities (day camps)- Resume with restrictions. Youth & Adult Sports - Resume with no restrictions. All indoor and outdoor sport and recreation activities are permitted provincewide, including: team sports group practices or training games, competitions and league play - Physical distancing is not required during game play or sports practice, but is required outside of play/practice. - Masks are required for indoor sports that are primarily low-intensity physical activities (bowling). Outdoor public gatherings (such as concerts and festivals) are permitted with up to 150 people. Outdoor fixed seating facilities (such as grandstands) are limited to 1/3 of their total seated capacity. Distancing and Masking requirements stay in effect. Banquet halls, community halls and conference centres: Permitted activities: - wedding ceremonies up to 20 people - funeral services up to 20 people - trade shows at 1/3 capacity Prohibited activities: Indoor wedding or funeral receptions (permitted outdoors only)




July 1 - "Open For Summer"


Mask use in public indoor settings is no longer required except for some specific situations: - working in or visiting some health care settings, such as long-term care - using public transit, including ride share vehicles, taxis, motor coaches and shuttles Note: Municipalities and businesses are free to set masking requirements as they see fit. For example, businesses may require staff and/or customers to wear masks inside their place of business. On June 21, 2021 Calgary City Council voted to extend the municipal bylaw in the short term but will revisit the COVID-19 outlook again on July 5, 2021 to determine whether the bylaw will be repealed. While masking is no longer required in most situations, it is important to support those who may wish to continue wearing masks while adjusting to Stage 3.




September 16 - New Restrictions in Place


On Wednesday, September 15, 2021, Alberta Health Services and the Province of Alberta announced changes to the current restrictions: Masks are mandatory in every indoor space. Physical distancing of 2 meters are mandatory both indoors and outdoors. Outdoor events and facilities with no indoor portion (excluding washrooms):

  • No attendance restrictions, however two-metre physical distancing must be in place.
Children’s sport/performance/recreation (extracurricular sports, performance, recreation and special interest):
  • Indoor activities are permitted, with requirements for two-metre physical distancing and masking where possible, and symptom screening for participants.
  • Youth aged 18 and under are not required to mask or maintain physical distancing during a physical activity, such as a team sport.
  • Spectator attendance is limited to one-third fire code capacity. Attendees must be masked and ensure physical distancing between different households or an individual who lives alone and their two close contacts.
  • There are no restrictions on outdoor activities.
Children’s activities:
  • Children’s day camps must have two-metre physical distancing between participants and masking indoors.
  • Children’s overnight camps must follow cohort models.
The following measures will take effect on Sept. 20: Retail, entertainment and recreation facilities (includes any indoor venues, libraries, conferences, rental spaces, concerts, nightclubs, casinos and similar):
  • Attendance is limited to one-third fire code capacity and attendees are only permitted to attend with their household or two close contacts for those living alone. Attendees must be masked and have two-metre physical distancing between households.
  • These facilities are eligible to implement the Restrictions Exemption Program.
Adult (over 18 years old) sport, fitness, performance, and recreation:
  • No indoor group classes or activities are permitted.
  • One-on-one training or individual workouts are permitted but three-metre physical distancing is required.
  • No contact between players; indoor competitions are paused except where vaccine exemptions have been granted.
  • These facilities and programs are eligible to implement the Restrictions Exemption Program. Specific exemptions may also be granted on a case-by-case basis.
  • There are no restrictions on outdoor activities.
Restrictions Exemption Program
  • Starting Sept. 20, vaccine-eligible individuals will be required to provide government-issued proof of immunization or a negative privately paid COVID-19 test from within the previous 72 hours to access a variety of participating social, recreational and discretionary events and businesses throughout the province.
  • To enter certain spaces that are participating in the program, including restaurants, bars and indoor organized events, people aged 12 and older will be required to show their proof of vaccination or a negative recent test result.
  • Businesses that implement the Restrictions Exemption Program would operate as usual, provided they are serving only people who have proof of immunization or who have a recent privately paid negative test, as per the requirements in place. This means they could immediately and without restriction serve any individual eligible for vaccination who:
  • Has proof of double vaccination (note that for a transitional period between Sept. 20 and Oct. 25, proof of a single dose would be considered acceptable as long as the dose was given two weeks or more before the time of service).
  • Has documentation of a medical exemption.
  • Has proof of a recent (within the previous 72 hours) negative COVID-19 test (either PCR or Rapid Test). The test may not be from Alberta Health Services or Alberta Precision Laboratories.
  • Those under age 12 would not need to provide proof of immunization or a negative test to enter a participating business.
  • This program would not apply to businesses or entities that need to be accessed for daily living.
Albertans can access copies of their COVID-19 vaccination records thro Records. For the time being, Albertans should avoid logging into MyHealth Records to download their records. The printable card, which was going to be made available on Sept. 16, will now be available on Sept. 20.




October 1 - Restrictions Exemption Program


INTENT The NSRA is committed to being proactive in the prevention of transmission of the COVID-19 virus amongst all facility patrons, the community, and employees. In pursuit of this goal, the NSRA has implemented the following plan to re-open the Panorama Hills Community Centre (PHCC) to prohibit any conduct, whether intentional or unintentional, that results in the transmission of this virus to any individual or individuals. EMPLOYEE TRAINING Prior to re-opening, the NSRA General Manager and Office Manager will review updated protocols with all employees as they return to work. This will ensure that all employees are properly trained to enforce and apply all new rules, regulations and procedures defined in this strategy to prevent close contact and transmission of the virus. The training will cover at minimum the following topics:  - The new protocols/procedures and workplace arrangements that effectively minimize/eliminate workplace and community transmission of Covid-19 - Physical distancing - Hygiene - Illness reporting - Proper use of PPE (how to appropriately wear a mask, and how to properly remove and dispose of gloves) - Emergency response protocols in the event of exposure or suspected exposure to a case of Covid-19 - Equipment & touchpoint sanitization Program Details 1. Face masks are required in all indoor public spaces, regardless of whether the operator is participating in the REP. 2. Individuals who have COVID-19 symptoms must isolate, in accordance with CMOH Order 39-2021. And will not be allowed to enter facility or park. 3. Signage is mandatory: - Educational signage throughout Centre and Park - Posters on all doors in the Community Centre - Sign covering one of the display boards inside front door - 2ft by 3ft - Main gate sign covering display board 2ft by 3 ft - Front door, side gate, 2 posters for outdoor washrooms - 2 posters for the maintenance department - Posters for the 3 gazebos - Hand hygiene signs in all bathrooms - Handwashing indoor/outdoor washrooms - Hand Sanitizer indoor/outdoor washrooms Business Office: - Mask is required - Physical distancing is required - To enter the building anyone over the age of 12 will be required to show proof of vaccination. - In addition, anyone over the age of 12 must provide valid ID - Alternatively, members and guest can use the window for service Rentals: - Current Rental Contract completion – normal procedures - Maximum Capacity is 50 on each floor - NEW Schedule 1 i. NEW Schedule 1 must be kept for contact tracing purposes ii. MUST BE SUBMITTED 72 HOURS BEFORE RENTAL - 2 Hours between rentals - IF ALL INFORMATION IS NOT PROVIDED 72 HOURS IN ADVANCED RENTAL WILL BE CANCELLED WITH NO REFUND - FULL PAYMENT MUST BE MADE AT THE TIME OF BOOKING Screening Process - Rental Check-In: - The member along with a PHCC staff must verify each guest on the list to check into the facility. - Only individuals on the guest list will be permitted entry - Individuals 18 years or older must produce valid personal identification as defined in the personal ID section below. - Individuals who are under the age of 18 do not need to show personal identification. - At minimum, the process must include: i. The name and the date of birth of the individual listed on the proof of immunization or testing must be matched with the name and date of birth on the identification (for 18+). ii. Verification that the proof of vaccination is appropriate (see below) OR the test result indicates the individual has tested negative for COVID-19 within the last 72 hours (see below), or the medical exemption letter is an original and in the prescribed form. Programs: Youth (under 18) sport, fitness and performance activities - Indoor group classes, training, and competitions are permitted, but participants are required to: - screen for symptoms - maintain 2 metres distancing, except youth while engaged in physical activity - wear a mask, except youth while engaged in physical activity  - Spectator attendance not allowed - Program Instructors will meet parents and participates at the front door for upstairs hall programs and outside door for lower level Adult (18-Plus) sport, fitness and performance activities - Indoor group classes, training, and competitions are permitted, but participants are required to: - screen for symptoms - maintain 2 metres distancing, except youth while engaged in physical activity - wear a mask - Provide Proof of: In Advance - Proof of vaccination or - Proof of a negative privately-paid test result from a sample that is taken within the prior 72 hours (Results from Alberta Health Services are not eligible for consideration for this program), or - An original (non-copied) medical exemption letter. Events: - Mask is required - Physical distancing is required - To enter the building anyone over the age of 12 will be required to show proof of vaccination. - In addition, anyone over the age of 12 must provide valid ID What is: Proof of vaccination: The patron/attendee seeking entry to the rental is solely responsible for demonstrating that they are the legitimate holder of the vaccination record, and that the information being provided is complete and accurate. If they cannot demonstrate the member/guest must not be allowed to enter. Proof of vaccination includes: - A picture or paper record of a valid Alberta Health Services, MyHealth Records, pharmacy, First Nations, or physician immunization record prominently displaying the name, type of vaccine and date of administration, or - Canadian armed forces immunization record, displaying the name, type of vaccine and date of administration, or - An immunization record from another Canadian Province or Territory, displaying the name, type of vaccine and date of administration, or - Valid Government of Alberta Vaccination QR code (when available). - Operators must verify that the date of administration of the last required dose in the series is at least fourteen days prior to the date the patron is seeking access to the rental. - Up to October 25: At least one dose is required at least 14 days prior. October 25 and later: Two doses of a two-dose series are required, with the second at least 14 days prior. (Note that the Janssen vaccine is the only Health Canada approved vaccine that requires only a single dose for a complete series – if an individual has received one dose of a Janssen vaccine at least two weeks prior, this would be considered sufficient) - For international travelers, the ArriveCan app code and a valid international travel identification document is acceptable. Proof of a Negative Test Result: The test result should be a written or printed copy that indicates the individual has tested negative for COVID-19 on a Health Canada approved rapid antigen, rapid PCR, or lab based PCR test approved by Health Canada or the lab accreditation body of jurisdiction.  - It must clearly outline the laboratory that completed the test if applicable (e.g., DynaLIFE), the type of test, time of sample collection, and clear indication of a negative result. - A picture of a rapid test result taken off site is not sufficient for this purpose. Individuals must not bring completed rapid tests or self-tests to operators, as they can pose a communicable disease risk. - Testing must not be sourced from the Alberta Health Services public COVID-19 testing system. This system is currently reserved for symptomatic individuals and those in outbreak situations. If an individual has COVID-19 symptoms, they must isolate. - WE WILL NOT BE CONDUCTING ON-SITE TESTING Valid Medical Exemption: A valid medical exemption is the original signed letter from a physician or nurse practitioner that includes: - The name of the person in the written documentation that matches the identification provided. - The physician’s or nurse practitioner’s information is complete by including: - Name, phone number, contact information, professional registration number, and signature of the physician or nurse practitioner; - Statement that there is a medical reason for the individual’s exemption from being fully vaccinated against COVID-19; and - The duration that the exemption is valid Valid Personal ID: - Individuals who are 12 years of age or older must also present personal ID - Proof of identity can be established using documentation issued by an institution or public body, provided it includes the name of the holder and date of birth. - Examples of identification documents that may be used to confirm the identity of the holder of the vaccine receipt include: - Birth certificate - Citizenship card - Driver’s license - Government (Alberta or other) issued identification card, including health card - Metis card, Treaty card, Inuit Status card, or - Passport, or Permanent Resident card Outdoors: The park will operate with normal procedures. Outdoor entertainment, events and park  - Events and facilities that are fully outdoors (excluding washrooms), have no capacity restrictions but must maintain 2 metres distancing between households or 2 close contact for those living alone. SAFE USE OF AMENITIES & FACILITIES The NSRA has created a series of procedures and policies for each phase of the re-opening model, to ensure safe usage by all members and employees. All policies and procedures are clarified in detail in the section for each phase, below. ACHIEVING COMPLIANCE Compliance will be achieved by the PHCC staff working together. NSRA COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOL & PROCEDURES The following safety protocol will be implemented October 1 to prevent the spread of Covid19. The health and well-being of our community, residents and team members is our top priority. The following safety protocol and procedures are being implemented to support the safety of all individuals accessing our park while ensuring the safety of our team members. These protocols were designed with guidance from the Workplace Guidance For Business Owners, Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Alberta Health Services and the City of Calgary. Northstar Residents Association Ltd. (NSRA) team members and members are expected to comply with NSRA’s COVID-19 safety protocol & procedures. The General Manager and Office Manager will ensure compliance within the facility and park by all. Failure to follow these procedures will result in disciplinary action, up to and including removal from the park for members and up to and including dismissal for team members. Any concerns or issues related to safety must be raised to the General Manager or Office Manager without fear of reprisal or retaliation.





The NSRA staff are working hard to incorporate all of this information into our operations in a way that will be as successful as possible considering the circumstances. We appreciate you patience as we work through all of the details.

 

Find out more from the City of Calgary:

https://www.calgary.ca/csps/cema/covid19/safety/COVID-19-vaccine-bylaw.html

When You Arrive:​

  • Entrance to the park will be through the outdoor, main gate ONLY. The rear gate will be locked.

  • You will be asked to present your new NSRA Membership cards to be scanned. If you do not have you membership card, please show a piece of photo id with the matching address or a piece of mail (Bank statement, credit card statement, or utility bill) with your name and matching address.

  • Please do not congregate in the parking lot and maintain physical distancing at all times.

For more information about access and your membership card, click HERE.

PHCC Facility - Office

October 1st - the office is open for business but for those 12 and older, you must provide proof of vaccination or proof of negative test (no more than 72 hours old) or a valid medical exemption along with valid ID. Masks and Physical distancing is required indoors.

Alternatively, the side window remains available for use.

 

PHCC Facility - Rentals

  • We have 1 outdoor gazebo available for rent at no charge. All regular rental policies are in place.

  • Indoor rentals are only available for people with proof of vaccination or proof of negative test (no more than 72 hours old) or a valid medical exemption.

  • Guest list is required no later than 72 hours before event.

  • Masks are required for everyone.

  • Please visit our Rentals page for details.

March 12 - The NSRA & Covid 19


To Our Valued Members & Neighbours: As you know, the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been cause for increased health concerns around the world. Many Canadian agencies including Health Canada and Alberta Health Services have indicated that the overall risk to Canadians is still considered low for the COVID-19 outbreak. However, it is important to be prepared, both in our homes and our communities for any possible scenario. At the Panorama Hills Community Centre, we are taking steps to help mitigate the risk through increased cleaning and disinfection of publicly used areas and surfaces. As of now, our registered programs are still running and will continue to do so until such a time that the appropriate organizations deem it to be not recommended. How Can You Help? Always stay at home if you are sick Viruses like COVID-19, are spread through contact. Update your regular greeting to one that involves minimal or no contact like a wave or elbow bump. Practice frequent hand washing with soap Use proper coughing/sneezing etiquette, by coughing or sneezing into your upper sleeve or into a tissue that is properly disposed of and followed immediately by hand washing. Clean and disinfect frequently used objects and surfaces If you think you have symptoms of COVID-19 (runny nose, fever, cough, sore throat, difficulty breathing (Severe cases)), call 8-1-1 Get information regarding COVID-19 from reliable sources including Alberta Health Services or the Public Health Agency of Canada
The health and wellness of our community is important to the NSRA. Take these steps to protect yourself and your family not only from COVID-19, but from colds, the flu and other viruses. For more information you can visit: http://ahs.ca/covid Sincerely, The NSRA Team




March 14 - Important Information About the NSRA & Covid 19


To Our Valued Members & Neighbours: We recently sent out communications regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Today we wanted to provide a quick update to let you know, in further detail, how the NSRA is prepared to assist our community with the present situation. Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw issued a statement indicating the following: · All gatherings of more than 250 people should be cancelled · Gatherings less than 250 can proceed as long as risk mitigation is in place including sanitizer stations, ensuring guests that may be ill stay home and distance themselves from attendees. · Restrict any travel to outside the country · If you are currently outside of the country, self isolate for 14 days upon your return · Any Albertan who is ill with flu-like symptoms such as fever and cough, stay home for up to 14 days after their illness started As a result of this new information, and in order to stay in line with the direction from the Province, the Northstar Residents Association Ltd. has made the decision to cancel the Easter Shell-ebration that was scheduled for Saturday, April 11. While we are disappointed, we take the health and safety of our Members seriously and hope to do our part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We have many more events scheduled for the upcoming year and look forward to many more opportunities to connect with you! Programs: While our programs are still running and we are operating business as usual, we recognize that each of our members needs to put their health and safety first. As a result, while we are not cancelling our programs, should any members, registered in the current session of programs (March-April), Spring Session (May-June) or Summer Camps (July – August) wish to withdraw their registration at this time, we will provide a full refund with no administration fee. You may also leave a credit on your account to be used for a future registration or rental date. Rentals: If you have a rental at the NSRA booked, you may also cancel any time prior to your rental and receive a full refund. Again, you may also have the returned amount as a credit on your account to be used at a future date. At the Panorama Hills Community Centre, we are taking steps to help mitigate the risk through increased cleaning and disinfection of publicly used areas and surfaces. As of now, our registered programs are still running and will continue to do so until such a time that the appropriate organizations deem it to be not recommended. How Can You Help? - Always stay at home if you are sick - Viruses like COVID-19, are spread through contact. Update your regular greeting to one that involves minimal or no contact like a wave or elbow bump. - Practice frequent hand washing with soap - Use proper coughing/sneezing etiquette, by coughing or sneezing into your upper sleeve or into a tissue that is properly disposed of and followed immediately by hand washing. - Clean and disinfect frequently used objects and surfaces - If you think you have symptoms of COVID-19 (runny nose, fever, cough, sore throat, difficulty breathing (Severe cases)), call 8-1-1 - Get information regarding COVID-19 from reliable sources including Alberta Health Services or the Public Health Agency of Canada The health and wellness of our community is important to the NSRA. Take these steps to protect yourself and your family not only from COVID-19, but from colds, the flu and other viruses. For more information you can visit: http://ahs.ca/covid Sincerely, The NSRA Team




March 16 - Panorama Hills Community Centre Closure


On Sunday, March 15, the City of Calgary declared a State of Local Emergency and proceeded with the recommendation to close recreation facilities. To care for our community members and surrounding neighbours, the Northstar Residents Association Ltd. will be closed until April 30, 2020 or until further notice commencing March 16, 2020. The health and safety of our residents, employees, instructors and patrons is our main priority, therefore; we will continue to be guided by the province’s public health officials in taking actions to protect our residents and visitors from COVID-19. All programs and facility rentals will be cancelled up to and including April 30, 2020 and affected participants will be contacted by a NSRA team member to confirm and discuss refund options within the week. Residents are reminded that the annual residents associations fees are still due as of April 1, 2020, and to avoid delinquency, are encouraged to make their annual fee payments using one of the following methods: Methods of Payment: 1. Online: Visit www.mypanoramahills.com and click Pay NSRA Fees. Log into your account or use invoice number and access code for first time user. 2. Cheque: Mail to 88 Panamount Hill NW, Calgary, AB T3K 5R9. Include address and make payable to the Northstar Residents Association Ltd. 3. Pay by Phone: To make a fully secure and PCI compliant credit card payment over the phone through an auto-attendant, please have your invoice and credit card ready. Dial 587-393-7379 and follow the prompts to complete payment. Community Maintenance such as snow removal and litter control will continue during this time of Centre closure. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us via email: info@mypanormahills.com or by phone at 403-226-4386. We greatly appreciate your understanding and support during these unforeseen global circumstances. Thank you so much for your support! Please stay safe and healthy! To stay up to date on information regarding COVID-19, you can visit the following Links: City of Calgary Newsroom: https://newsroom.calgary.ca/ Alberta Health Services: https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/covid Government of Canada: https://www.canada.ca/en/government/publicservice/covid-19.html Sincerely, Dan Green General Manager Northstar Residents Association Ltd.




March 30 - Spring Programs & Events Cancelled


As you know, the Panorama Hills Community Centre is currently closed to all face to face business in response to the mandate issued by the Province of Alberta on March 17, 2020. We are currently closed until further notice, pending additional information from all levels of government. As a result of the closure and, with the health and safety of all of our members in mind, the Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to extend the cancellation of all programs, facility rentals and events up to and including June 30, 2020. Affected participants are being contacted regarding all cancellations. Full refunds will be issued in the form of a stored credit on the account that can be used toward future purchases at the Community Centre. Cancelled Events: Easter Shell-ebration - April 11 Janes Walk - May 2 Mothers Day Flower Workshop - May 10 Community Garage Sale - May 30 Community Clean Up - June 6 Neighbour Day Market - June 20 PHCC Grand Opening - June 21 Cancelled Play Dates: Zumbini - April 24 DANCEPL3Y - May 22 Sprog & Sprocket - June 10 Cancelled Programs: All programs scheduled between now and June 30, 2020. Cancelled Rentals: All internal and external facility rentals have been cancelled up to June 30, 2020. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Community Maintenance such as snow removal and litter control will continue during this time of Centre closure. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us via email: info@mypanormahills.com or by phone at 403-226-4386. Our staff are still available to assist you from 9:00AM - 5:00PM, Monday through Friday. We greatly appreciate your continued understanding and support as we navigate these unique global circumstances with you. We hope all of our friends and family in Panorama Hills are able to stay safe and healthy during this time. Sincerely, Your Northstar Residents Association Ltd. Team




April 3 - NSRA Fee Deadline Extension


As the COVID-19 pandemic is evolving and creating impacts in our lives, the NSRA Board of Directors and Management Team want to express that the health and safety of our members and our community is our top concern. Based on these unprecedented circumstances, we recognize the potential for financial strain that many of us may be experiencing. As a result, a decision was made to extend the annual fee payment deadline to July 31st, 2020 with interest charges beginning Aug 1st, 2020. As always, if you require assistance or wish to speak with us to help make payment arrangements, please call us at 403-226-4386 or email info@mypanoramahills.com Also, please continue to check our website for updates – www.mypanoramahills.com Thank you. NSRA Board of Directors and Management Team




March 17 - Remainder of Winter Session Cancelled (March - April)


We are sad to inform you that the difficult decision has been made to cancel all programs events and rentals scheduled to run until the end of April 2020, in response the current COVID-19 Pandemic.

Any program registrations that you have will be refunded to you in the form of stored credit on your account. This credit can be used for future registrations, rentals or can be used toward the payment of your Residents Association Fees. Once the facility reopens you are able to come in and we can refund any remaining funds to the same method of payment that was initially used.




May 1 - Summer Event Updates


Summer Special Events Have Been Cancelled Due to Covid-19 With the health and safety of our community in mind, and in order to stay in line with the direction provided by the City of Calgary to cancel all large events until August 31, 2020 and information provided by the Province of Alberta, the NSRA has made the difficult decision to go ahead with cancelling our Summer events. These include: Canada Day BBQ PHCC Pub in the Park While we are disappointed, we are optimistic that we will be able to host an amazing and safe party for all of you soon! Be sure to stay connected with us through our website, and social media to keep up to date!




May 1 - Summer Camp Update


Summer Camp Update We are still excited about the prospect of Summer Day Camps, even if they may look a little different this year. We know many of you are anxious to find out more about if our Summer Day Camps will go ahead. Based on the recent announcement by the Province of Alberta in regards to the phased re-opening of the Province, we will make a formal announcement on May 15, 2020 regarding Camps in Panorama Hills.




May 5 - Alberta’s Safely Staged COVID-19 Relaunch


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A phased relaunch will put Albertans’ safety first as we gradually reopen closed businesses and services and get people back to work.

“I’m confident Albertans will approach relaunch with the same adaptability and resilience they have shown throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We will move forward together with care and common sense, knowing tough times are still ahead. We will support and protect vulnerable Albertans and keep them safe as we build our province back up one stage at a time.” - Jason Kenney, Premier

It is because Albertans have acted responsibly, respecting public health advice, that we have been able to limit the spread of COVID-19, keep localized outbreaks within the capacity of our health-care system, and now take the first incremental steps to reopen some businesses and services.

<h4 class="font_4"> </h4> <h4 class="font_4">Early Actions</h4>

The plan to move forward requires careful and ongoing monitoring and respecting all guidelines outlined by the chief medical officer of health:

  • Alberta Health Services will resume some scheduled, non-urgent surgeries as soon as May 4.
  • Dental and other health-care workers, such as physiotherapists, speech language pathologists, respiratory therapists, audiologists, social workers, occupational therapists, dieticians and more, will be allowed to resume services starting May 4, as long as they are following approved guidelines set by their professional colleges.

Recognizing the role that access to the outdoors and recreation in the outdoors plays to Albertans’ sense of well-being, access to provincial parks and public lands will be re-opened using a phased approach, beginning with:

  • Vehicle access to parking lots and staging areas in parks and on public lands opening May 1.
  • Opening a number of boat launches in provincial parks on May 1 and working to have them all open by May 14. Check albertaparks.ca for the status of boat launches.
  • Government is working hard to make campsites available as soon as possible, with the goal to have as many open as possible by June 1 so Albertans can enjoy our parks while adhering to current health orders. At this time, sites are open to Albertans only. Check albertaparks.ca for updates.
  • Group and comfort camping will not be offered. Campground facility access restrictions to areas such as showers, picnic and cooking shelters will also be posted to albertaparks.ca.
  • Alberta Parks’ online reservation system will be available May 14 to book site visits beginning June 1. Out-of-province bookings will not be processed.
  • No washrooms or garbage pickup will be available within provincial parks at this time. These services will be available as soon as Alberta Environment and Parks brings staff back. These seasonal positions represent an important opportunity for Albertans to secure employment during challenging economic times.
  • Fire bans in parks, protected areas and the Forest Protection Area remain in place.
  • No off-highway vehicle restrictions are currently in place. Local restrictions may be required if the risk for wildfires increases.
  • Private and municipal campgrounds and parks can open with physical distancing restrictions, under their own local authority.
  • Golf courses can open on May 4, with restrictions including keeping clubhouses and pro shops closed. On-site shops and restaurants can open in stage one, consistent with other businesses and retailers.
<h4 class="font_4">Requirements to move to next stage</h4>

Additional restrictions will be lifted in stages when safe.

Before we move to stage one, several safeguards will be put in place:

  • Enhancing our nation-leading COVID-19 testing capacity at the highest level in Canada.
  • Robust and comprehensive contact tracing, aided by technology, to quickly notify people who may have been exposed.
  • Support for those who test positive for COVID-19, to enable isolation and effectively contain the spread.
  • Stronger international border controls and airport screening, especially for international travellers.
  • Rules and guidance for the use of masks in crowded spaces, especially on mass transit.
  • Maintaining strong protections for the most vulnerable, including those in long-term care, continuing care and seniors lodges.

A rapid response plan is in place in the event of possible outbreaks of COVID-19. This includes outbreak protocols to quickly identify close contacts in order to stop spread, making testing widely available including testing those without symptoms in outbreak settings, and providing temporary housing for isolation and other necessary supports for anyone at risk.

Physical distancing requirements of two metres will remain in place through all stages of relaunch and hygiene practices will continue to be required of businesses and individuals, along with instructions for Albertans to stay home when exhibiting symptoms such as cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose, or sore throat.

“There are signs that our collective efforts of physical distancing, good hygiene practices, and staying home when advised are helping to slow the spread. However, we must guard against complacency and be patient to ensure the sacrifices we have already made to contain the virus are not wasted by carelessness as we gradually reopen businesses and services.” - Deena Hinshaw, chief medical officer of health

<h4 class="font_4"> </h4> <h4 class="font_4">Further opening in stages</h4>

Progress to Stage 1 will occur once health measures are achieved to the satisfaction of the government based on the advice of the chief medical officer of health, as early as May 14.

<h6 class="font_6"> </h6> <h6 class="font_6">Stage 1 highlights</h6>
  • With increased infection prevention and controls, to minimize the risk of increased transmission of infections, some businesses and facilities can start to gradually resume operations as early as May 14:
  • Retail businesses, such as clothing, furniture and bookstores. All vendors at farmers markets will also be able to operate.
  • Some personal services like hairstyling and barber shops.
  • Museums and art galleries.
  • More scheduled surgeries, dental procedures, physiotherapy, chiropractic, optometry and similar services.
  • Daycares and out-of-school care with limits on occupancy.
  • Summer camps with limits on occupancy. This could include summer school.
  • Cafés, restaurants (minors allowed in liquor licensed establishments) with no bar service to reopen for public seating at 50 per cent capacity.
  • Some additional outdoor recreation.
  • Post-secondary institutions will continue to deliver courses, however how programs are delivered – whether online, in-person, or a blend – will be dependent on what restrictions remain in place at each relaunch phase.
  • The use of masks will be strongly recommended in certain specific crowded public spaces, like mass transit, that do not allow for physical distancing (two metres apart).
<h6 class="font_6">Still not permitted in stage 1</h6>
  • Gatherings of more than 15 people. (Gatherings of 15 people or fewer must follow personal distancing and other public health guidelines.)
  • Arts and culture festivals, major sporting events, and concerts, all of which involve close physical contact.
  • Movie theatres, theatres, pools, recreation centres, arenas, spas, gyms and nightclubs will remain closed.
  • Visitors to patients at health-care facilities will continue to be limited.
  • In-school classes for kindergarten to Grade 12 students.
<h6 class="font_6">Recommendations</h6>
  • Non-essential travel, especially travel outside the province, is not recommended.
  • Remote working is advised where possible.
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Stage 2 highlights</h6>
  • Timing of this stage will be determined by the success of Stage 1, considering the capacity of the health-care system and continued limiting and/or reduction of the rate of infections, hospitalization and ICU cases.
  • Will allow additional businesses and services to reopen and resume operations with two metre physical distancing requirements and other public health guidelines in place. This includes:
  • Potential kindergarten to Grade 12 schools, with restrictions.
  • More scheduled surgeries, including backlog elimination.
  • Personal services, such as artificial tanning, esthetics, cosmetic skin and body treatments, manicures, pedicures, waxing, facial treatments, massage and reflexology.
  • Permitting of some larger gatherings (number of people to be determined as we learn more about the levels of risk for different activities) in some situations.
  • Movie theatres and theatres open with restrictions.

Visitors to patients at health-care facilities will continue to be limited.

<h6 class="font_6">Still not permitted in stage 2</h6>
  • Nightclubs, gyms, pools, recreation centres, and arenas will remain closed.
  • Arts and culture festivals, concerts, attendance at major sporting events and other mass gatherings will continue to not be permitted.
<h6 class="font_6">Recommendations</h6>
  • Non-essential travel is not recommended.
<h6 class="font_6">Stage 3 highlights</h6>

Timing of this stage is to be determined based on the success of stages 1 and 2 and will involve:

  • Fully reopening all businesses and services, with some limited restrictions still in place.
  • Permitting larger gatherings (number of people to be determined).
  • Permitting arts and culture festivals, concerts and major sporting events with some restrictions.
  • Permitting nightclubs, gyms, pools, recreation centres and arenas to reopen with restrictions.
  • Resuming industry conferences with restrictions.
  • No restrictions on non-essential travel.
<h4 class="font_4">Quick facts</h4>
  • Relaunch stages will also include an evaluation and monitoring period to determine if restrictions should be adjusted up or down. Triggers that will inform decisions on the lessening or tightening of restrictions include hospitalizations and intensive care unit (ICU) occupancy.
  • Confirmed cases and rates of new infections will be monitored on an ongoing basis to inform proactive responses in localized areas of the province.
  • Decisions will be applied at both provincial and local levels, where necessary. While restrictions are gradually eased across the province, an outbreak may mean that they need to be strengthened temporarily in a local area.
  • Faith-based organizations are an essential part of the lives of Albertans. They continue to be able to practice, subject to public health direction, including mass gatherings and physical distancing. Government is working with faith-based organizations to learn from past outbreaks and provide guidance related to specific practices including singing and other traditions to ensure safety while supporting social connection.




May 15 - NSRA Summer Camps Cancelled


On May 13, 2020 the Province of Alberta announced the phased re-opening of certain business and activities with restrictions, including Day Camps. As a result of this information, the delayed re-opening of the City of Calgary and in staying in line with the example set by the City of Calgary who have cancelled their own Summer Day Camps, the very difficult decision has been made by the Board of Directors at the NSRA, to cancel day camps for the 2020 summer season in the form that they are currently being offered. This decision comes after much consideration and careful evaluation of the program quality and value and most importantly, for the health and safety of our participating members and their families as well as our staff. In the coming weeks, we will be exploring different options for how we may be able to deliver alternative summer programming but will only do so if the high quality of program delivery is available and if we are able to protect the safety of all of those participating. We cannot express our disappointment but stand firm in the knowledge that the NSRA is doing everything we can to help stop the spread of Covid-19. Those currently registered will receive a full refund for their registration in the form of a credit on their account or if needed are able to request a cheque to be mailed. This credit can be held for future registrations and rentals, or can be used toward the 2020-2021 NSRA fees. Alternately, we are able to provide a full refund once the facility reopens. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 403.226.4386 or send us an email at programs@mypanoramahills.com.




June 9 - PHCC Re-Opening Is Coming Your Way


We are excited to announce an anticipated reopening of the Park at the Panorama Hills Community Centre on July 3, 2020! Hours: 9AM -9PM | 7 Days/Week ------------------------------------------------- We know that everyone is itching to get back to a sense of normal and we are so thrilled to be a part of that! So, what will re-opening at the PHCC look like? Park: Groups will be limited to 15 people, with a maximum of 50 people allowed in the park at one time. No outside guests(Non-members) are permitted at this time. As stated by the Province, physical distancing limits must be followed. Facility: The facility is NOT yet open for rentals or program use. The facility will not be open for use until clear guidance is given by the Province. The PHCC facility is currently scheduled to reopen with the Phase 3 relaunch. Splash Park: The Splash Park is currently not open and will remained closed until we again, receive clear direction from the Province. What Amenities ARE Available? We have used the last few months as an opportunity to get some amazing things put together at the Park for you! NEW Tennis Court! We have a brand new Tennis/Multi Sport court coming just for you and it is scheduled to be completed in time for re-opening! This 50x100ft multi use court, will be available for Pickleball, Tennis and Volleyball at scheduled times. The court will start as a first come, first served system and we will move to booking times as needed. Please respect your fellow players by sharing the space or team up with your neighbours and have spirited game of doubles! Please limit play time to 1 hour, especially if there are others waiting. NEW Outdoor Washrooms! Here's another great addition coming at you. While you've been away, we've been hard at working getting an additional washroom built outside! No more coming into the facility to use the facilities and this means the lower floor will be available in its entirety to rent during the Spring and Summer months once rentals begin again! Please Note: Guests are required to bring all their own equipment. No equipment rentals (Tennis, Basketball, etc.) will be available. NEW Gazebos and Picnic Areas! Over time, we have received lots of feedback that there wasn't enough seating or covered areas. We are excited to unveil 2 new gazebos and the addition of 10 new picnic tables! We have also added a beautiful pair of Adirondack chairs, giving you the best view in the whole park. But that's not all! We're not just focused on what's going on at the Park, but also what's going on out in the community as well. We have expanded our in house maintenance program, bringing the work on our DC Sites away from a contractor and putting it the hands of our amazing Maintenance Team. For a list of sites our team will be taking care of, check out our Maintenance Map . We've also started planting some beautiful flowers at each of our sites, and the seasonal decorative planters have gotten their Spring upgrade. There have also been an additional 8 decorative planters placed throughout the community.




November 26 - PHCC Temporary Closure


On Tuesday, November 24, the Province announced a series of mandatory restrictions to be put in place. This includes the closure of Community Centres for any in person business. As a result, the Panorama Hills Community Centre will be closed effective Friday, November 27 at 9:00PM, in compliance with the new provincial orders. We will not reopen until the Provincial Government provides direction to do so.

All current programs will continue to run virtually. Participants will receive an update by the end of the day today. All virtual programs and workshops planned for December are still proceeding with no change. Meeting links and instructions about how to receive materials will be sent out closer to each date. Any relevant updates will be sent to participants when and if needed. Program registration will still continue for January programs. Remember, if you register for a program and it is cancelled due to COVID-19, you will receive a full refund.

Just because the facility and park are closed, doesn't mean we aren't still here to serve you. Staff will be available by phone at 403.226.4386 or through email at info@mypanoramahills.com, Monday - Friday from 9AM - 4PM, to assist with your needs and we are always open online, at https://buff.ly/39k799F. As always, community maintenance will continue without interruption.

We wish you all the best during this trying time and appreciate every effort that is made to protect our friends, family and neighbours. If you are struggling, there are many resources available for you. For information on social, community, health and government services in Alberta please call 2-1-1 to find the assistance that may be right for you.





PHCC Park

The Park will be available from 9AM - 9PM, 7 days a week.

General Park Rules:

  • The Park is open to Members and Associate Members and their guests. 

  • Member Only group sizes must be in accordance with current provincial guidelines

  • ONLY - Outdoor washrooms will be open.

  • You must bring all of your own equipment and supplies.

  • We recommend and encourage that you continue to bring your own hand sanitizer for when you are within the park. 

  • Please ensure you are disposing of all garbage and recycling in the appropriately marked bins. 

 

What Amenities Are Available? 

We are excited to say that ALL of our park amenities are available for use! This includes:

  • Multi-Sport Court

    • please limit play to 1 hour to ensure all members have the opportunity to play.

    • please book only 1 time slot at a time per day.

    • If you book more than one consecutive time slot for a household the second booking will be deleted by office staff.

    • You may only book for the same day.

  • Picnic Areas & Gazebos

  • Playground

  • Basketball Courts

Other Things to Consider Before You Visit:

  • If it has been mandated that you self isolate/quarantine, please remain at home.

  • If you are feeling sick, please stay home.

  • If you develop any symptoms while at the PHCC we ask that you collect your things, sanitize your area as best you can, and leave immediately. 

  • Please inform our staff right away if this is the case.