Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Updated: March 14, 2022

    The City of Fredericton Municipal Emergency Measures Operations (MEMO) continues to monitor COVID-19 (coronavirus) and will take appropriate actions to protect the public and staff while continuing to deliver essential services. We are following the advice and recommendations of the Government of New Brunswick.


    The Province of New Brunswick has removed all remaining COVID-19 mandatory measures as of Monday, March 14, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. Click here for details.

    With the lifting of the mandatory order, the public will no longer be required to wear masks in public spaces or limit gathering numbers. All businesses and organizations will be permitted to operate at full capacity without physical distancing requirements. Proof of vaccination is no longer required.

    The City of Fredericton will follow the province’s direction, while remaining respectful of those who wish to continue wearing masks. Physical changes made during the pandemic, i.e., plexiglass partitions in City facilities and on transit buses, will remain in place, where appropriate. 

    Hand sanitizing stations at all entrances and signage related to communicable disease prevention will also remain in place in City facilities.


    Recreation.  All recreation facilities will operate at full capacity. Get out and be active in Fredericton. Visit the recreation website or Facebook page for details.

    Transit. Fredericton Transit is operating at full capacity. Transit users are welcome to keep wearing masks. Bus cleaning continues.

    Council Meetings. Council and Standing Committee meetings will be held in-person. Visit the Council Meeting web page for details on upcoming meetings and to watch the proceedings.

    Tourism. Visit the Fredericton Tourism calendar of events for details about what's happening in New Brunswick's Capital City.

    City Service Centre. The Service Centre is open. Many services are also available online. Why stand in line, when you can go online?

    Farmers Market. The Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market continues to operate. Visit their website.



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    Contact Information

    City of Fredericton

    • Service Fredericton. 506-460-2020 or email service@fredericton.ca, Monday to Friday, 8:15 am to 4:30 pm. (Use this telephone number for after-hours calls for service.)​
    • For emergencies, call 911.
    • Stay informed. ​Follow the City of Fredericton on Facebook, Twitter and sign up for our Email Alerts.

    Government of New Brunswick

    • GNB.ca/Coronavirus
    • GNB toll-free information line (1-844-462-8387) and email address (helpaide@gnb.ca) have been set up to help answer non-health related questions, including questions about compliance with the state of emergency. This phone number, offering services in both languages, is operational seven days a week from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.​

    Government of Canada

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    Essential Services During COVID-19

    In support of our residents during a widespread illness such as COVID-19, the City of Fredericton will work to provided the following essential services.

    • 911 / Public Safety Communications 
    • Potable water & sewage treatment (reminder: Do Not Flush),
    • Fire & Police Protection
    • Waste Removal (Limited)
    • Roadway Operations
    • Critical Traffic Signals
    • Public Communications​ 
    • Transit

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