Updated June 30, 2020

As we move into Phase 2 of the Province of Alberta's relaunch strategy, City facilities will begin to reopen for public access when safe to do so and with restrictions.

Information about openings will be shared here as soon as it becomes available.

The following City facilities have already reopened:

  • Recycle Depot (Modified hours, procedures and programs - visit for info.)

  • Basketball, pickleball and tennis courts
  • Community gardens
  • Chinook Winds Skatepark
  • Playgrounds
  • City park public washrooms

We're working hard to welcome you back safely in other facilities. The following City facilities will reopen soon:

Airdrie Public Library - July 6

Airdrie Transit - Fare collection will resume July 1 and Transit will resume some of its regular service on July 6 (Routes 900, 901, 902).

City Hall front counter service - July 8

Genesis Place

DateArea reopening
July 6, 2020 Fitness Centre (Genesis Place)
July 13, 2020 Aquatics / Gymnasium / Field House (Genesis Place)


Hours of Operation Monday to Friday 5:30 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Saturday to Sunday 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Individuals 60+ years &

Individuals with Health Concerns

Tuesdays 5:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.

Until the end of August (may be extended based on demand).


Please note: Individuals 60+ years and individuals with health concerns are welcome to use the facility at any time during the week. This is an additional option for those included in a more vulnerable demographic.

Click here for complete information and details on the Genesis Place reopening.


Safety protocols

To limit the spread of COVID-19, please adhere to the following safety protocols when visiting any City facility:

  • Stay home if you are feeling unwell.
  • Maintain at least two metres physical distance (follow floor markings where provided).
  • Gatherings must not exceed Alberta Health Services guidelines.
  • High touch surfaces could be a source of transmission for COVID-19. For your safety, please sanitize your hands before and after your visit.


The following facilities remain closed in an effort to limit the spread of Coronavirus and to comply with the Alberta Chief Medical Officer of Health recommendations.


Chinook Winds Spray Park opening date unknown

We know that everyone wants to get out and enjoy City facilities, especially during warmer weather. Although Chinook Winds Spray Parks could open based on the Province’s recently amended, phase-two relaunch plan, we do not have an opening date for the spray park at this time.

To open the spray park, we need to get an Alberta Health Authority inspection and hire enough Park staff prior to re-opening. The Parks department currently has about 50 summer staff (including staff redeployed from other City departments). This is about half the staff normally employed for the summer parks maintenance program and some of those redeployed staff will be going back to their original jobs when Genesis Place re-opens. In addition to this, we are currently doing maintenance on the Chinook Winds Spray Park that was delayed because of COVID-19 related supply issues.


Airdrie Transit service changes

Starting July 1, Airdrie Transit will resume fare collection.

On July 6, Airdrie Transit will resume some of its regular service (Routes 900, 901, 902).

Here’s what transit customers can expect:

Transit passes and user fees As of July 1, 2020 Transit will resume regular fare collection.
Route 900

Route 900 will operate every 2 hours with service ending earlier in the evening. Please see links below for schedules:

Route 900 - Monday to Saturday

Route 900 - Sunday and holidays

Customers are asked, when possible, to load and exit through the rear door to provide proper social and physical distancing for the bus operator. Customers requiring the use of the accessible ramp will be permitted to load and exit via the front door.

Local service (NEW) Dial-A-Bus

Local transit service will operate on a Dial-A-Bus basis. This service can be booked by calling 403.948.8875, Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Please note, trip requests must be booked prior to 12:00 p.m. for service the following day.

Dial-a-Bus will pick-up transit customers from their homes and take them to local authorized businesses and services. These services include grocery stores, medical/pharmacy locations, place of employment etc. We are doing our part of stop the spread of COVID-19 and will not be accommodating social or recreational trips at this time.

Downtown service (Routes 901 & 902) Service suspended until further notice.
Local service (Routes 1 & 3) Service suspended until further notice – replaced with Dial-A-Bus service (See above).
Questions? Please call 403.948.8875 or email


City Hall
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday