City Hours of Operation for Easter

...and other things to remember during COVID-19

The City of Fredericton reminds the public of the following hours of operation, and related COVID-19 (coronavirus) information, heading into the Easter weekend, April 10-13, 2020.

Hours of Operation

City Hall and other administrative offices continue to be closed due to COVID-19 (coronavirus). 

The police station at 311 Queen Street is always open, and an officer is available 24 hours a day / seven days a week by picking up the phone inside the side door. Non-emergency calls should be directed to 506-460-2300, and in an emergency ALWAYS dial 9-1-1.

Payments and Permits

While the payment and permit desks at City Hall are closed, many City payments and permits can still be processed online. See the list that follows: ​ 

  • Water & Sewer (During COVID-19, the City will not be shutting off water to residents who can’t pay their water & sewer bill. Please call Service Fredericton at 506-460-2020 to work out other arrangements.)
  • By-Law Violations & Parking. Pay parking and by-law violation tickets online.
  • Planning, Heritage, and Building Inspection Services.  The City continues to provide community planning, heritage, and building inspection services to the maximum extent possible during the COVID-19 business interruption. Please note that while City Hall is closed, services will generally be offered electronically and by telephone.

To access all the appropriated online links, visit www.fredericton.ca/coronavirus.

Fredericton Transit

There will be no transit service on Good Friday, April 10, 2020 or Easter Monday, April 13, 2020. 

Residents are reminded that during COVID-19 (coronavirus), transit is to be used for essential travel only. Changes have been made to the way passengers enter the bus and new cleaning protocols have been developed. For more visit www.FrederictonTransit.ca.

Garbage & Recycling

Regular garbage and recycling collection will occur on Good Friday, April 10, 2020 and Easter Monday, April 13, 2020.  Routine schedules may not occur, so please set out containers by 7 am. 

The landfill at 1755 Alison Blvd., is closed to the public, but remains open to commercial vehicles and large haulers. 

Numerous other FRSW programs have been suspended including construction and demolition, household hazardous waste, electronic waste, shredding and Recycle@Work collection for region-wide businesses.

Should you have any questions, please contact info@frswc.ca.

Spring Yard Cleanup

Are you looking for something to do while you’re at home with the family this Easter weekend? The City's annual "Spring Yard Cleanup" program happens during the weeks of April 27 to May 1 and May 11 to May 15.

The program offers residents environmentally responsible disposal of garden and yard waste, limbs and branches. Materials collected will go the City’s municipal compost facility.

Only put yard waste out during collection weeks. For more details on eligible pickup items & packing, visit www.fredericton.ca/SpringCleanup.

Parks & Trails

Please remember that while our parks and green spaces remain open for exercise, playgrounds, skateboard parks, dog parks, basketball courts, tennis courts, and all sport fields are closed.

After clarifying with the Province, City parks and green spaces remain open. However, everyone must maintain physical distancing of at least two metres. No group gatherings in public parks are permitted. While using the trail bridge, be sure to keep to the right.

Parks and trails will remain open provided the public adheres to physical distancing and avoid gatherings.

In addition, when out for a walk, residents are always reminded to keep your dogs on a leash, observe physical distancing to other walkers, and to pick up after your dog.

#SupportFredLocal

Fredericton Tourism continues to update the list of businesses in Fredericton providing online ordering & service delivery.  Communications Fredericton continues to update the list of grocery stores and pharmacies open in the city. Visit www.fredericton.ca/coronavirus to see the list and get the links.

#StayActiveFred

Fredericton Recreation’s “Stay Home, Stay Active Challenge” continues.  Daily activity ideas are being shared via social media in an effort to engage individuals and families at home. Visit the Fredericton Recreation Facebook page for all the details. 

Don’t Flush That

While we understand you are taking heightened sanitary measures during the COVID-19 pandemic, please be mindful that when you’re at home, put your garbage in the garbage, not the toilet. Anything other than pee, poop and toilet paper clogs the pipes in your home, as well as the City pipes, treatment plants, lagoons & sewage lift stations. www.Fredericton.ca/DoNotFlush.