COVID-19 Information

Mandatory Masks required for all indoor public spaces

As of October 26, the number of active COVID-19 cases in Okotoks reached 16,  which invokes the bylaw for mandatory masks in all indoor public spaces in Okotoks, effective immediately.  The bylaw will be in effect until actives cases are under 15 for 30 consecutive days.


About Coronavirus

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared a pneumonia outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus a pandemic with sustained risk of further global spread.

If you have symptoms, stay at home and use this self-assessment tool to help determine whether you should be tested for COVID-19. Read more about provincial updates at

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Town Response

The Town of Okotoks is following the direction of Alberta Health Services (AHS), the authority on this topic for municipalities. view page

Local Business Information

business support, okotoks business, entrepreneur ecosystem,
The Town of Okotoks is working to compile the resources and information for local business support. view page

Social Supports & Resources

The Town is compiling the social resources and information residents need to access during this crisis. view page

Online Digital Toolkit

A one-stop-shop for ideas, resources and activities aimed at keeping residents active, connected and creative at home. view page

Utility Payment Deferral & Tax Information

Town’s utility payment deferral approach and tax information. view page

Mayor & Town Video Messages

Mayor's weekly LIVE Q&A session and other related Town videos related to COVID-19. view page

Media Releases & Town News Updates

In the News
Latest Town News Releases and Town related news updates. view page

Helpful Links and Resources

Reliable information on COVID-19 from official the Town of Okotoks, and Federal and Provincial agencies. view page