VISIT TERRACE COVID-19 RESOURCES

What is considered essential travel?
  • The public safety order restricting travel lists a number of exceptions to travel restrictions, which includes:

  • moving to a different principal residence or assisting a person to move for that purpose,

  • carrying out a work-related purpose, including volunteer work, o commercially transporting goods,

  • receiving health care services or social services or assisting someone to receive those services,

  • exercising child-custody rights or spending parenting time with a minor child,

  • attending a funeral service

  • The full list of exceptions to travel restrictions can be found at www.gov.bc.ca/covidtravel

Retail businesses are required to:
  • Establish capacity limits based on 5 square metres of unencumbered space per person

  • Post occupancy limits

  • Where practical, post directional signs to keep people moving in the same direction and not congregating.

Destination BC has compiled a list of Covid-19 Tourism Business support programs. To view click: COVID-19 Tourism Business Support Programs March 4.xlsx (destinationbc.ca)

These activities are not considered a social gathering:
  • Going for a walk or hike

  • Parents carpooling kids to and from school

  • Grandparents providing child care

  • Public pools and public skating rinks, when not associated with an event, are allowed to continue to operate with a COVID-19 Safety Plan

Restaurants, pubs, bars and food courts are closed for indoor dining until May 25 at midnight.
  • Outdoor patio seating and take-out or delivery is allowed

  • Breweries, wineries and tasting rooms can operate outdoor patios

  • Liquor may only be served on a patio if people are seated

In order to limit the spread of COVID-19, people should only be dining at restaurants with their household. For people who live alone, this should be with a maximum of two people they regularly interact with (core bubble).

Restaurants, pubs and bars must have a COVID-19 Safety Plan and employee protocols in place. WorkSafeBC will be conducting inspections to verify that COVID-19 Safety Plans remain effective. Establishments that are noncompliant with plan requirements may face orders and fines, and possible referral to public health which may result in a closure order.

What Restaurants are open in Terrace?
What activities are open in Terrace?
Terrace Visitor Center visitterrace.com

Heritage Park Museum Heritage Park Museum – Community museum, heritage site, and archives in Terrace, BC.

Terrace Aquatic Centre Terrace & District Aquatic Centre | City of Terrace

Terrace Bowling Alley (9) Terrace Bowling Lanes | Facebook

Skeena Valley Farmers Market (9) Skeena Valley Farmers Market | Facebook

Terrace Art Gallery HOME (terraceartgallery.com)