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Several city services to move out of City on 99, temporary disruptions expected

Numerous city services operating out of the City on 99 building are set to relocate to the Coordinated Care Campus on April 1st.

According to the city, Enforcement Services, Mobile Outreach, community social development, housing and homeless initiatives, the Grande Prairie Police Service, and the Grande Prairie Regional Emergency Partnership will be required to relocate.

The city says residents should anticipate service disruptions as a result of the move for around two weeks; however, “all critical services” will remain available to residents during this time.

In-person services and payments will be available at City Hall for animal licensing, parking ticket payment, and applications for various access passes and all services available online will remain available through the city’s website.

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The Enforcement Services move will result in temporary disruptions for bylaw-related questions and the city says calls to the department’s main line will be directed to voicemail, and consultations with officers for bylaw disputes, violation tickets, and complaints will be unavailable.

Officials say the transition is necessary as it brings numerous city services together under one roof, and the move marks a “significant milestone” for the City of Grande Prairie.

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