On the eve of March Break, the New Brunswick government is introducing changes to its Coronavirus Recovery Plan Orange and Yellow levels. These take effect on February 27th. Notable adjustments are permitting travel between Orange zones, as well as being allowed to include people in other Orange zones in your "Steady 10" contacts. However, most significantly, Public Health says if the situation in New Brunswick remains stable, all zones in the province will move to an updated Yellow status as of 11:59pm on Sunday, March 7th. All of the specifics can be found via the following link: https://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/news/news_release.2021.02.0148.html
Meantime, as of February 26th, the number of active cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick was down to 41, with one new case announced (in Zone 1) and nine more recoveries. To date, since the pandemic began, there have been 1,428 cases in New Brunswick, including 26 deaths. Currently, one COVID-19 patient is in hospital in intensive care.
New Brunswick's Zone 1 (Moncton region, which includes Salisbury) received some positive news with the announcement that it will return to the Orange phase of the Province's coronavirus recovery plan as of Tuesday, February 9th. Since January 19th, Zone 1 had been in the more restrictive Red phase as NB Public Health tried to get a handle on the post-Holiday Season spike in cases of COVID-19. For full details of what this change in status means for Zone 1, including your "Steady 10" contacts and what businesses are permitted to reopen, read the government press release here.
Meantime, along with the Zone 1 announcement came news that Zone 4, the Edmundston region, will no longer be under Lockdown and will enter the Red phase.
Including two cases on Monday, there are now 182 active cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick. Since the arrival of the pandemic in the province in early 2020, there have been 1,346 confirmed cases, including 20 deaths and 1,143 recoveries.
PUBLIC NOTICE of the Village of Salisbury Municipal Plan By-Law No. 50 and Zoning By-Law No. 51 Approval
OF THE VILLAGE OF SALISBURY
MUNICIPAL PLAN BY-LAW NO. 50 AND ZONING BY-LAW NO. 51
Please be advised that the Village of Salisbury Municipal Plan By-law No. 50 was approved by Council on December 14th, 2020 and by the Minister of Local Government and Local Governance Reform on January 7th, 2021. The By-law was registered in the Westmorland Registry Office on January 21st, 2021, as Registry Number 40904105.
Subsequently, Zoning By-law No. 51 was approved by Council on December 14th, 2020 and registered in the Westmorland Registry Office on January 21st, 2021 as Registry Number 40904121.
PUBLIC NOTICE of Intention to Amend Zoning By-Law / Rezone 3132 Main Street, Salisbury (Jan. 26, 2021)
Village of Salisbury
Notice of Intention
To Amend Zoning By-Law / Rezone 3132 Main Street, Salisbury
UPDATE > Zones 2 and 3 to return to Orange phase as of Wednesday morning, Jan. 27; Moncton region (Zone 1) to remain in Red. Details
New Brunswick Public Health is clamping down on three more regions as more cases of COVID-19 are confirmed. The number of new cases on Tuesday, January 19th was 31, including four in the Moncton region (Zone 1). There was also a death reported in Saint John linked with the coronavirus. The number of active cases in New Brunswick is now at 316, including 73 in Zone 1 (Moncton region). To date in New Brunswick since the pandemic began last year, there have been 1,004 cases of COVID-19, of which 674 have recovered. There have been 13 deaths.
For more information on what going into Red status means, refer to the press release issued by the New Brunswick government at this link: https://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/news/news_release.2021.01.0039.html
Meantime, here is a link to the Province’s COVID-19 Dashboard: https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/8eeb9a2052d641c996dba5de8f25a8aa
Salisbury Village Office Open with Limitations
The Village Office in Salisbury continues to be open; however, access is strictly controlled by various means due to New Brunswick Public Health and WorksafeNB directives. To this end, due to limited space inside the Village Office and the requirement to have physical distancing, there can be only ONE person at the office front counter at a time (or people, but only if they are in the same household “bubble”), with others having to wait outside until they are called into the office. Because of this, the front door at the Village Office remains locked. Please ring the doorbell for entry and the door will be unlocked for you. Again, if there is a customer ahead of you, you will be asked to please wait until that customer exits. Face-coverings (masks) are also mandatory inside municipal buildings such as the Village Office.
Salisbury Outdoor Rink and Playgrounds Closed
During this Red phase of the New Brunswick coronavirus recovery plan there is an impact on what is permitted on municipal outdoor spaces here in Salisbury. There is a Provincial directive that outdoor recreational spaces where people can congregate must be CLOSED, which in Salisbury means the outdoor skating rink on Douglas Street and any playgrounds in the village. They will be off-limits while we’re in Red.
Meantime, outdoor recreation that promotes movement alone or within a single household bubble IS allowed, ie. walking, snow shoeing, cross-country skiing, and sliding (as long as it’s not creating a situation of public gathering). The Village of Salisbury thanks you for your understanding during this Red phase of the Province’s COVID-19 recovery plan.
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