Free Wi-Fi at town facility parking lots

Although Town of Ponoka buildings are closed to public access, the town continues to provide free public Wi-Fi in parking lots at the following locations:

-Ponoka Culture and Recreation Complex (Arena) at 4410-54 St.

– Ponoka Aquaplex at 5315-46 Ave.

– The old Library building at 5110-48 Ave.

– The old Fire Hall at 5401-48 Ave.

Wi-Fi users are asked to please follow provincial directives on social distancing while using the free Wi-Fi and

to remain in their vehicles where possible.

“Providing free Wi-Fi availability is important during a public health emergency like this. We want to ensure

that all citizens have access to the latest provincial health information and government announcements

related to COVID-19 as we continue to fight the spread of this virus and to support Albertans throughout this

pandemic,” said Town of Ponoka Chief Administrative Officer Albert Flootman.

For the latest information on the Town of Ponoka’s response to COVID-19, please visit www.ponoka.ca.

For provincial government updates and the most current information on how you can help protect yourself

and others against the spread of COVID-19, please visit www.alberta.ca/COVID19.

– Submitted by the Town of Ponoka

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