COVID-19 Information Update

COVID-19 Information Update


BRAZEAU COUNTY, MARCH 16, 2020 — Brazeau County is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic situation, and implementing directives from authorities at Provincial and Federal  Health Services. The first priority of Brazeau County Council and Administration is the health and safety of our residents.


The following information is for all residents and visitors to Brazeau County:


  • The Brazeau County Administration Building remains open, but residents are asked to limit attendance at the building. (Please call ahead to determine whether you need to come to the building).


  • Pre-authorized debit are available for taxes and utility payments. (Residents are encouraged to pay through their banks or to mail payment).


“We are taking this situation very seriously and taking all necessary precaution to prevent any spread of the virus,” says Reeve Bart Guyon. “There is lots of conflicting information out in the community.  For the facts please see the links below.”


For information on the virus, public health restrictions, and what you can do help prevent the spread, please visit


“We understand that this situation may cause added stress to people’s lives.  I encourage anyone feeling stressed or overwhelmed at this time to reach out and ask for assistance,” encourages Reeve Guyon.


For information on mental health, there are resources available at,


For more information on the operations of the County, please contact Chief Administrative Officer Jocelyn Whaley at 780-542-7777 or