A WW1 medal given to the mother of one of Cardston’s Fallen Heroes finds it’s way back to Cardston.Read More
Garbage pickup will be delayed by one day after Canada Day (July 1st). There will be no garbage pickup on Monday, July 1st, Canada Day. Garbage pickup will occur the day following your normal pickup day.
Due to an unexpected delay, the paving in Town is being postponed for one week. Paving will commence the week of September 9th.
Beginning Tuesday, September 3rd, immediately following the long weekend, paving crews will be in Cardston to lay new pavement in multiple areas around town. Paving will be ongoing until Friday, September 13th.
Please obey all barricades and signage throughout the paving a curing processes. The paving process is not complete until the seal coats have been given adequate time to fully cure, which takes a minimum of 24 hours. The longevity of the pavement depends on receiving an adequate curing period. Driving on the seal coat will cause damage to both the road and your vehicle. The barricades will remain up, and the roads will remain closed until the roads are ready to be driven on. While it should go without saying, please do not drive on roads that are marked as "closed" until all barricades are removed.
The Town thanks everyone in advance for their patience and cooperation.
On Monday, August 19th, the north half of the 300 block of 3rd Street East will be closed to prepare the road for repaving. It is anticipated to remain closed until the late afternoon of Wednesday August 21st pending favorable weather conditions. Please avoid the area and plan accordingly.Read More
On Monday, August 19th, Volker Stevin will be doing repair work to 9th Avenue West that will require the road to be closed. The repairs will be from the bridge to 12th Street West, but 7th Street West will remain open to access Fairway Blvd and the Golf Course. The road will be closed until the first phase of work is complete, which may take a few days. Please avoid the area and plan an alternate route.Read More
Garbage pickup will be delayed by one day after Heritage Day (August 5th). There will be no garbage pickup on Monday, August 5th, Heritage Day. Garbage pickup will occur the day following your normal pickup day.Read More
September 2018 Letter to Citizens from Mayor Maggie Kronen.Read More
The Council of the Town of Cardston requests applications from interested citizens to sit on two new ad-hoc committees.Read More
The Town is now accepting nominations online for Citizen of the the Year awards.Read More
Contractors are conducting the annual regular flushing of the sewer mains this week and next week. Please read the notice.Read More
Notice is being given of a Public Hearing for a new borrowing bylaw.Read More
2019 Tax Notice InformationRead More
May 19th-25th is Public Works WeekRead More
The town will be hosting a workshop about Leafy Spurge Control on May 30th, 2019, attended by Kelly Cooley from Cool-Pro Solutions, the South Region Weed Coordinator.Read More
Important Information about the used of malathion as insect control in Cardston.Read More
Register online now for weekly grass and compost pickup for the summer of 2018.Read More
Please take the time to complete the Cardston Recreation Community Survey.Read More
While burning may be the simplest way to clean up a site, you may be breaking the law.Read More
Call out to all families, groups, and/or companies wanting to hold a special in any category.
Deadline to submit, May 20, 2019Read More
Cardston’s Curtis Kerr has been awarded the 2018 Water Operator of the Year award.Read More