Road Work News
Due to the weather over the last couple of weeks it looks like we will be unable to complete the re-surfacing of 49th Avenue, 45th Street, 44th Street, and Meadow Lane this year. If all goes well the paving company would start work during the second week of May. For this reason, the intersection located at Luken Ave and 44th Street has been re-opened to traffic. Please note that the area around the cement “swales” has not been fully compacted so please slow down and use cauti...
News from Municipal Affairs
Summer 2016 Tour On May 31, 2016, the Modernized Municipal Government Act was introduced in the legislature. Municipal Affairs travelled to 20 locations across Alberta during June and July, 2016 to discuss the proposed changes to the MGA through public sessions. Each session included a presentation on the MGA Review, a question and answer period, and an open house to discuss the changes in more detail. These public sessions provided Albertan’s with the opportunity to review the propos...
Press Release- Flagstaff Intermunicipal Partnership
October 21, 2016 - For immediate release Community Open Houses Set for Regional Governance Initiative Region residents encouraged to join the conversation Four community open houses have been confirmed for the Public Engagement Phase of the Flagstaff Intermunicipal Partnership (FIP) Regional Governance Initiative. “Citizen engagement is vital as we work together to chart a path forward for the region,” said Bob Coutts, Deputy Mayor of Forestburg and FIP Chair. &ldq...
News from Flagstaff Waste
Good afternoon, With the seasons changing and the temperatures dropping below freezing we are pulling the municipality compost bins on Tuesday, November 1st. These will return again in the early spring. If there are any questions let me know. Thanks, David Dahl Landfill / Diversion Operations Coordinator Flagstaff Waste Ph: 780-384-3950 Fax: 780-384-3926
Alberta government wants kids to be 'Future Ready'
CBC Edmonton News conference. The Government of Alberta is introducing "Future Ready". This initiative is described as "a long-term focus on integrating education and training from kindergarten to work, so all Albertans have the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in the changing Alberta and global economy," There is an online survey to ensure that parents "and other concerned Albertans have their say" during a comprehensive review o...
How will the carbon levy affect my family?
Excerpt from Battle River Power COOP with additional information from GoA How will the carbon levy affect my family? Impacts of the carbon levy will vary, depending on a household’s energy use and driving patterns. You can take stepS to reduce your emissions by: • turning down the heat when no one is home • installing smart thermostats • choosing more fuel efficient cars • using public transit • walking • biking • taking advantage of comin...
New Sign at the FIRE HALL
Stop by & take a look at the new digital sign at the Hardisty Fire Hall!
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- The Unofficial 2017 Municipal Election Results for the Town of Hardisty
- Fire Prevention Week 2017: “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”
- Regional Governance Model Progressing
- Tarring on Main Street
- Coffee & Donuts with MP Sorenson
- Highway 13 access from 47 Street permanently closed
- Road closures as Highway 13/881 construction begins on July 7
- Toddlers Inn 2017-18 Registration
- Enbridge to start construction this summer on Line 3 replacement pipeline