The Town is conducting a municipal census from Monday June 18th until Saturday June 30th, 2018. This will be done by both online and door to door methods. The intent of the municipal census is to confirm the federal census and also to see if there are more people in the community than the federal census indicated. These numbers are important for planning and marketing purposes, but also impact the amount of grant transfers from the Provincial and Federal Government that the Town gets. Larger populations receive more funding for roads, utilities, social programs, recreational programs and other Town services. We intend to keep the process as simple and convenient as possible and request all residents’ cooperation with this effort. 

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Chautauqua Event Schedule

Come experience lively entertainment, interactive learning, fun activities, natural landscapes and a festival of history brought to life at a traditional travelling Chautauqua from June 15–16 in the Mormon Trail.

Popular in the early 1900s, this revival of the unique travelling road show is a wholesome family friendly event you won’t want to miss!

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Power Outage

There will be a brief power outage at 3:30 pm in order to facilitate a repair to an electrical substation that will affect most of Town West of Main Street. It is anticipated the power should not be out for more than half an hour. Businesses on Main Street North of 4th Avenue should not be affected.

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Municipal Matters - April 10, 2018

NOTICE: Municipal Enforcement - 2018 Pet Licenses

Municipal Enforcement is reminding the public that 2018 dog and cat licenses were due to be paid on or before January 31st, 2018. Failing to obtain a dog or cat license, pursuant to section 8 of the Dog bylaw and section 3 of the Cat Bylaw could result in a fine being issued. Please ensure that your pets tags are up to date, as this will allow for Animal Control Services to ensure the safe and efficient return of your animal, should it be found running at large.

Thanks for your assistance in this matter.

Chautauqua Snippets

This year Chautauqua is hosting a short film contest to be known as Chautauqua Snippets. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three videos chosen by the Chautauqua committee that best address the theme: Southern Alberta Living. Visit for contest details.

Snow Removal Notice 3rd Ave (Between Main & 1st)

Town crews will be removing snow first thing in the morning on April 4th between Main Street and 1st Street West. No vehicles should be parked on the south side of the avenue to facilitate the snow removal. You may park on the north side of the avenue as the south side is the priority.

Fortis Inc. Sponsors Epic Youth Services

On behalf of Fortis Alberta, Mr. Don Hughes and Mr. Darryl Pederson, in the presence of Her Worship Mayor Maggie Kronen, presented a donation of $2,500 to Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy and Sara Prete in support of the Epic Youth Services Centre in Cardston. 

"Our community investment programs focus on giving back to the communities where our customers and our employees live and work. We believe that building stronger communities is important to creating a sustainable future for all Albertans." - Darryl Pederson  

 Pictured: Sara Prete, Mayor Maggie Kronen, Darryl Pederson, Jeremy Prete, Don Hughes. 

Pictured: Sara Prete, Mayor Maggie Kronen, Darryl Pederson, Jeremy Prete, Don Hughes. 

Epic Youth Services is a social and recreational centre, intended primarily for use by youth in Junior and Senior High School. Epic supports opportunities for youth to develop their physical, social, emotional, and cognitive abilities and to experience achievement, leadership, enjoyment, friendship, and recognition. The name EPIC is an acronym for a defining statement of our overarching theme: "Empowering People, Inspiring Change"

Fortis Alberta is an electrical distribution company based in Airdrie, Alberta  that provides distribution infrastructure for over 60% of Alberta's total electricity distribution network.