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During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Town of Ladysmith is carrying on with business as usual while strictly following all guidelines and orders of federal and provincial health officers.  Our facilities are open to the public, and all staff are working to serve you.  Some staff are working from home, others are in our offices, and you will see our Parks and Public Works crews doing their regular duties throughout the community.

Frank Jameson Community Centre is open. Please check the Schedules and Guides page for full details and scheduling information. As we comply with new orders issued on March 29, Parks, Recreation and Culture is suspending all indoor adult fitness classes, including aquatic fitness classes, at the Frank Jameson Community Centre through to April 19. The Fitness Centre and pool both remain open at this time for registered drop-in visits only.

City Hall, Development Services , and Public Works offices are open, Please check our Contact page for details on how to reach staff if you wish to stay at home.

To make utility or other payments, you can use the handy drop box at the front door of City Hall, use online banking -- just remember to set up two different payees for your utility bills and property taxes to make sure your payments are credited to the correct account, or visit us in person. Please remember that masks are mandatory in all Town facilities.


Aggie Hall Immunization Clinic

The Town of Ladysmith is supporting Island Health in facilitating a COVID-19 immunization clinic at Aggie Hall which will help to improve ease of access for area residents receiving a vaccine.

The health authority has requested use of the community hall for the period of March 15 – September 15, 2021. Dedicated public parking for the temporary clinic will be available at both the upper and lower Aggie Hall lots, along Symonds Street and on 2nd Avenue above the natural playground. We encourage anyone attending the clinic to make use of public parking in this area.

All appointments for vaccinations will be pre-booked. For information on eligibility and how to register: visit https://www.islandhealth.ca/learn-about-health/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine.

We must all do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19

That means:
  • Self-Isolation -- stay at home as much as you possibly can, and definitely stay home if you feel unwell in any way.  Don't gather with friends or relatives you do not live with.  When you do need to go out, for groceries, prescriptions or medical appointments, practice physical distancing. 
  • Physical Distancing -- stay at least two metres (six feet) away from people you do not live with
  • Personal Hygiene -- wash your hands thoroughly and often, cough and sneeze into a tissue or your sleeve, regularly clean surfaces and things you use such as door knobs, light switches, phones, keys, keyboards and electronic devices

We also recommend that you practice 'Information Hygiene' -- fact check rumours and things you may see or hear on social media with information from trusted sources, especially the following: