There is no change to essential services provided by the City.
Any updates on the COVID-19 situation as it relates to City of Steinbach facilities, services and programs will be posted on this website. Updates will also be shared through the City’s Twitter and Facebook pages.
City Outdoor Recreational Spaces Opening - December 11, 2020
City Offices Closing to the Public - November 27, 2020
City Encourages Residents to Follow Public Health Orders - November 13, 2020
City Recreation Facilities Closed - November 9, 2020
Masks Mandatory in all City Facilities - November 2, 2020
City Facilities and Services Update - June 5, 2020
City Recreation Services Update - May 28, 2020
Covid-19 City Update - May 7, 2020
Covid-19 City Update - Notice of City of Steinbach Council Meetings and Public Hearing Protocols during Covid-19
Covid-19 City Update - March 18
Covid-19 City Updae - March 16
At this time the public is encouraged to phone or email City departments or call City Hall at 204-326-9877 to be directed or make an appointment.
Visitors to any city facilities will be subject to safety protocols recommended by Manitoba Public Health, which may include screening questions, physical distancing, hand sanitization, and limits on the number of visitors at one time. Masks are mandatory in all city facilities. *If you have traveled, been exposed to someone who is ill with COVID-19, or are waiting for test results for Covid-19 we ask that you do not enter city facilities, EVEN if you are not displaying any symptoms.*
Contactless payment methods – debit and credit cards – are preferred for all in-person visits to city offices, but cash is accepted. Alternative payment options are listed below.
City Hall - Closed to the public until further notice. Payment options can be viewed below.
Operations Building - Closed to the public until further notice.
T.G. Smith Centre (Arena) - Closed in compliance with Critical (Red) on the Provincial Public Health Pandemic Response System.
Steinbach Aquatic Centre - Closed in compliance with Critical (Red) on the Provincial Public Health Pandemic Response System.
Handi-Transit - Operating on a reduced basis.
Outdoor Recreation, Parks, and Green Spaces - Effective Saturday, December 12, all city play structures, outdoor fitness equipment, toboggan hills, and outdoor rinks will be open. The outdoor rink at T.G. Smith Centre and the pleasure skating rink beside the Jake Epp Library are open weather permitting. The T.G. Smith Centre building will remain closed and dressing rooms and washrooms will not be available. Anyone using city outdoor recreational facilities must follow all provincial public health orders.
Landfill - Open regular hours, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sundays and Holidays - Closed. Contactless payment methods – debit and credit cards – are preferred for all in-person visits to city offices, but cash is accepted.
The City of Steinbach has increased the frequency of cleaning of all public areas and all city employees have been educated and instructed on precautionary measures including hand washing, coughing and sneezing etiquette, as well as physical distancing.
Contactless payment methods – debit and credit cards – are preferred for all in-person visits to city offices, but cash is accepted.
Online Banking Instructions
The City of Steinbach is registered as an electronic banking payee with Steinbach Credit Union, Royal Bank, CIBC, TD Canada Trust, Scotia Bank and BMO. If you subscribe to this service, simply log on to your bank's website, add City of Steinbach as a payee and complete your payment.
To add City of Steinbach as a payee, search “Steinbach”.
Mail - cheques can be mailed to City Hall, 225 Reimer Avenue, Steinbach MB, R5G 2J1. It is not recommended to send cash in the mail.
24 Hour Drop Box - located at the main entrance of City Hall (off Reimer Avenue) at 225 Reimer Avenue.
Receive your quarterly water bill by email and view your statement online.
For any payment related questions call 204-326-9877.
November 13, 2020
April 24, 2020
My fellow Steinbach residents, we are in unusual times. The Covid-19 pandemic has changed our lives, but the most important things in our lives have not changed – our families, our friends, and our community spirit. I have seen the extraordinary efforts by the citizens of Steinbach to work together, adapt, and help prevent the spread of this virus. I know we are up to the challenge of this situation and I am confident in our abilities to get through it.
I offer my sincerest appreciation to our front line health care workers - you are the true heroes of this story. Also, thank you to cashiers, people stocking shelves, teachers who continue to teach online, truck drivers for delivering goods, businesses that continue to serve us, as well as those who have had to close their doors. Thank you all for doing your part.
Thank you to Steinbach residents for your continued dedication to keeping our community healthy. We need to keep it up and I know we can. Keep washing your hands, stay home as much as possible, don’t hold or attend gatherings, and follow physical distancing measures. As difficult as it is, by following what our health officials are telling us, we will get through this, and when it is over I know we will be proud of how we handled ourselves and cared for each other.
This will not last forever. The more vigilant we are now, the sooner our efforts will pay off and restrictions will relax.
Stay strong Steinbach – we will get through this together.
Mayor Earl Funk
March 26, 2020
Video message to the community of Steinbach. Click on the image to view.