Provincial Health Orders
Mayor and Council direct Delta’s COVID-19 response with staff, including the enforcement of the Provincial Health Officer’s orders. Mayor and Council are also supporting the COVID-19 response through coordinated efforts with Regional and Provincial counterparts, while required regular Council business continues.
For more information on province-wide restrictions please visit the BC provincial website by using the button below.
The City of Delta has taken significant steps to protect the community from COVID-19 and continues to take action to enforce the orders of the Provincial Health Officer to limit the spread of the virus.
Please do your part to protect yourselves and others – wash your hands and stay home if you are feeling unwell.
COVID-19 vaccine registration is open for BC residents who are eligible under the Province's Get Vaccinated program. You can register for yourself or for someone else, like a parent or grandparent. Everyone 12 years and older in BC is eligible to get vaccinated, even if you don’t have a Personal Health Number or other documentation. Click here to register online for Get Vaccinated and for more information. You can also register by phone, contact the Province's call centre, which is open seven days a week from 7am to 7pm.
Call: 1-833-838-2323 | Translators are available
Fraser Health Virtual Care
Fraser Health Virtual Care offers non-emergency health care advice, information, and help to navigate our system. Visit FraserHealth.ca/VirtualCare or call 1-800-314-0999 from 10am to 10pm seven days a week.
Timeline of Delta's Response to COVID-19
In response to the ongoing and rapidly evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, the City of Delta’s Emergency Operations Centre is activated and we are working closely with senior government agencies and public health authorities, including Fraser Health and the BC Centre for Disease Control.
A timeline of the City’s major actions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic:
COVID-19 Information Sources
Avoid misinformation online by reading official sources here:
- Fraser Health
- Fraser Health: Public Exposures
- Fraser Health: School Exposures
- Fraser Health: Back to School Resources for Parents and Teachers
- Fraser Health: COVID-19 Community Resources for Delta
- Fraser Health: Use Your COVID Sense
- BC Government Province-wide Restrictions
- BC Government: Dr. Bonnie Henry's Good Times Guide
- BC Centre for Disease Control: Safer Social Interactions
- Health Canada
- HealthLink BC
- BC Centre for Disease Control
- BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool
- COVID-19 BC Support App
- BC 211 Program for Seniors
- Delta Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Business Resource Hub
- COVID-19 Information and Resources - WorkSafeBC
- List of COVID-19 Essential Services
- BC Government's Restart Plan
- City of Delta City Hall and Facility Reopening Plan
- Wellness Together Canada
Delta Community Animal Shelter
The Delta Community Animal Shelter is open with public access available by appointment for the following services:
- Adoption and surrender appointments
- Redemption of strays
- Purchasing New Dog Licenses (online option available)
- Courier pick up and deliveries
To maintain safe social distancing, please call ahead to schedule an appointment at 604-940-7111 before visiting the shelter.
Looking to adopt? All of our animals are available for viewing online. We ask can that all prospective adopters view our animals online and submit an electronic Adoption Application Form. Upon submitting an application form, you will be contacted by the shelter to set up an appointment for in-person viewing.
Need to renew a Dog License? Renew it online at deltaonline.ca or call
604-940-7111 to book an appointment for in-person pick up.
Plan for Reopening City Hall & PR&C Facilities
Mayor and Council direct Delta’s COVID-19 response with staff, including the enforcement of the Provincial Health Officer’s orders.
View our videos regarding the City of Delta's COVID-19 response.