What’s a Crime Map?
This crime map is a tool provided and managed by the Alberta RCMP which enables citizens to access current and verified information regarding crime in the area. The RCMP hope that the map will encourage citizens to develop sound crime prevention habits for their families and communities, and encourage citizens to report suspicious activities.
- You must agree to the conditions before the map will load.
- The map is updated daily and the incidents remain on the map for 14 days.
- Zoom out to see more of Alberta.
- Visit the map anytime at https://hanna.ca/crime-map
- Any questions are to be directed to the local detachment.
Town of Hanna Update re: COVID-19
On Jan 19, 2021, the Province of Alberta announced their 4-Step Plan for the potential lessening of the COVID-19 restrictions. On February 6, they amended their plan to provide additional relaxation of youth sport and group activities. What does this mean for the Town of Hanna facilities?
Minor Hockey, Girls Hockey, and Figure Skating can use the arena according to the following restrictions:
- Practices only, no games.
- Maximum of 2 groups of 10 on the ice including coaches and trainers using 1/2 ice for each group.
- Maintain physical distancing of 3m (indoor) & 2m (outdoor).
- Masks are mandatory.
- Access to change rooms are limited.
- School-led Hockey Academy and physical education can use the arena and are not restricted to the same 10 person limit.
- Adult sports are not considered until Step 3.
Doors remain closed with the following exceptions:
- Kiddies Korner (following COVID-19 protocols)
- Hanna Dance Association: Maximum of 10 dancers including coaches and trainers.
- Physical distancing of 3m must be followed.
- One-to-one training with a certified coach or trainer can be provided as per the guidelines between the operational hours of Mon-Fri 9:00am to 6:00pm.
- Masks are mandatory
- Hanna Band had elected to cease their practices in Sept and have not been using the facility.
- Scheduled drop-in activity is not permitted so pickleball, volleyball, and basketball remain suspended.
- Since adult team sports are not permitted until Mar 22 at the earliest, the Curling Club has decided to cancel the remainder of the 2020/2021 season.
- The ice plant has been shut off and the ice is removed.
- Cannot be occupied until Step 2 of the Provinces’ plan which may be March 1, at the earliest.
- Residents will see some activity as the Chief Medical Officer of Health has provided a one-time exemption for a private booking.
- Bookings for the Handi-Van, tables, chairs, and picnic tables can continue.
- Staff are working on summer planning, with the assumption that the pool and children’s programs will be able to operate.
- Town Office is open to the public operating Mon-Fri 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Some staff are working remotely but are still easily accessible by contacting the main number at 403-854-4433.