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Cardston Championship 18 hole Disc Golf Course Proposal

September 9 2020

A proposal has been made to the Parks and Recreation Committee to install an 18 hole championship disc golf course in the Lee Creek Valley, at a minimal expense to the Town.  The Parks and Recreation Committee would like to gauge the public interest in having a championship…

Fire Restriction in Effect

August 18 2020

The Fire Chief has enacted a fire restriction for the Town of Cardston and surrounding county and villages. Fire permits are not being issued at this time, but backyard fire pits are allowed if extreme caution is exercised. Please refer to the Alberta Fire Bans website.If…

2020 Young Citizen of the Year

August 12 2020

Sara Salmon Sara Salmon is a kind, hardworking, friendly young woman who always strives to be inclusive and make others feel welcome.  Her peers say, “Sara is the nicest person.”  Sara graduated this year from Cardston High School. Sara has been active on two…

2020 Lifetime Citizen Achievement Award

August 12 2020

Andy and Joan Strang Andy and Joan Strang moved to Cardston in the early 1970’s and have faithfully served the citizens of Cardston, Cardston County, the Blood Reserve, and those of the surrounding area for the past 50 years.  Andy is a very kind and gentle man. …

2020 Citizen of the Year

August 12 2020

Ricky Thesen Ricky is a friend to all who know him.  He goes out of his way on a continual basis to serve people and organizations in Cardston.  Anybody who asks for his help on a personal level or on a professional level is met with the same willing attitude. Ricky…

Virtual Townhall with Glen Motz, Member of Parliament

August 11 2020

Join our Member of Parliament for Cardston, Glen Motz, in a virtual Townhall this Wednesday, August 12th at 7:00PM. He wants to hear from his constituents on the issues they are facing, what is needed in the near future, and what our communities need to get back on…

Golf Manager Job Posting

August 5 2020

Golf Manager Job Posting Reports to: Chief Administrative Officer Position Summary: The Golf Manager will oversee the management functions of the Lee Creek Golf Course. Candidates may specify a preference of full time year round employment or seasonal employment (8-9…

Heritage Days 2020

July 24 2020

ALL WEEK Sidewalk Sales on Main Street Scavenger Hunt (with prizes) The Cardston Historical Society is hosting a scavenger hunt using QR codes and clues to navigate from historical site to historical site in Cardston. To start, visit the Card Home to get your first…

COVID-19 Update - June 12th

June 12 2020

Dear citizens, Condolences Before, I start on the Covid-19 update, and as the Mayor of the Town of Cardston, I like to offer our heartfelt condolences, as we lost one of our Blood Tribe Community members to complications related to COVID-19.   I also want to offer…

Compost Pickup

May 29 2020

Cardston Composts!   The Town will be doing free roadside pickup of grass and compostables every Friday beginning June  5th and going throughout the summer months until the end of August to lower the amount of compostable materials being buried in the landfill. To…

COVID-19 Update - May 29

May 29 2020

  Dear citizens, Here is an update on Covid-19 and related issues: 1.    Covid-19 Cases There are as of today 24 confirmed cases in the Cardston County-Kainai area. The good news is that 16 cases are recovered, leaving 8 active  on reserve and in the County with…

COVID-19 Update - May 22

May 22 2020

  Dear citizens, Here is my weekly update on the CoVid 19 local health issues and related items. 1.    Covid-19 Local situation: As you may have noticed from the Alberta Health Services release, the number of cases in the Cardston County-Kainai area has increased…

Tax Notices

May 15 2020

NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 2020 Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll of the said municipality, made under the provision of the Municipal Government Act, has been prepared and is now open for inspection at the office of the Secretary-Treasurer…

COVID-19 Update - May 15

May 15 2020

  Dear citizens, 1.    Update on the CoVid 19 and related items As of Thursday evening, there are 10 confirmed cases in the Cardston County-Kanai area. The good news is that only  5 cases are active and 5 are now recovered.  As we enter the long awaited Phase…

COVID-19 Update - May 8

May 8 2020

  Dear citizens, Here is an update regarding a few items of interest: 1.    Covid-19 cases in the community and related updates a)    There are presently 6 active cases of Covid-19 in the Cardston County-Kainai area. All tracing regarding these cases is being…

COVID-19 Update - May 1

May 1 2020

  The first confirmed case of COVID-19 was reported in the Cardston-Kainai region on Wednesday April 29th. At the time of this recording, there are currently 3 confirmed cases in the region where previously there were none. The Blood Tribe announced on Wednesday that…

Public Hearing

April 29 2020

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  TOWN OF CARDSTON IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTAPROPOSED BYLAW NO. 1686  6:00 pm. June 25, 2019Town of Cardston Council Chambers   PURSUANT to sections 251 and 258 of the Municipal Government Act, Revised Statutes of Alberta 2000, Chapter M-26,…

Public Hearing: May 12

April 29 2020

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  TOWN OF CARDSTON IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTAPROPOSED BYLAW NO. 1689  6:00 pm. May 12, 2020Town of Cardston Council Chambers   PURSUANT to sections 251 and 258 of the Municipal Government Act, Revised Statutes of Alberta 2000, Chapter M-26,…

COVID-19 Update - April 24

April 24 2020

  Dear citizens, On behalf of the Town of Cardston we want to offer our sincere condolences to all Nova Scotians who suffered a horrific tragedy in the area of Portapique. We have Nova Scotians in our Town. To you all, our hearts are saddened by this disaster and…

Burn Pile Closure

April 22 2020

BURN PILE REOPENED Wednesday May 6th: Thanks to the help of the fire department, a safe burn was able to be conducted over the weekend and the burn pile is now open to receive new material. UPDATE: Monday April 27th Due to high winds a burn could not be safely conducted…