Abbotsford City Hall is once again taking booking for appointments for in-person meetings with staff. (File photo)

Abbotsford City Hall re-opens for scheduled appointments

In-person meetings with staff can now be booked for the first time since March

Abbotsford City Hall announced today (Monday) that they are now taking appointments for in-person meetings with staff.

This marks the first time appointments have been made available to the public since COVID-19 pandemic restrictions came into place back in March.

Physical distancing requirements are in place for the building and visitors will need to follow protocols when arriving for scheduled appointments. Appointments can be made for selected services and must be made prior to coming to City Hall with the appropriate department. The public can book appointments with the following departments:

Building & Business Licences (1st Floor): 604-864-5525

City Clerk’s Office (5th Floor): 604-864-5506

Engineering (4th Floor): 604-864-5514

Parks, Recreation & Culture (3rd Floor): 604-859-3134

Planning & Development Services (2nd Floor): 604-864-5510

Many City services are also available online.

The re-opening of City Hall for appointments is in alignment with the British Columbia Re-Start Plan. The City added that they continue to engage with Fraser Health, as well as the provincial and federal government for information on revised best practices.

RELATED: Abbotsford shuts city hall, postpones public hearings due to COVID-19

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