Firearm Bylaw 1184/15 - SURVEY
At the February 24, 2015 Regular Council Meeting, First Reading was given to Bylaw 1184/15. Council and Administration would like public feedback on the Bylaw prior to receiving subsequent readings and prior to coming into force. Bylaw 1184/15 can be viewed HERE. A survey will be available until April 17th for resident participation. The survey is available HERE or by clicking on "What do you think" under Town of Blackfalds Surveys (below on the right sidebar). Thank you.
Help celebrate the many exceptional volunteers in our community!
Submit your nominations by March 31, 2015 & then plan to attend the annual Volunteer Appreciation evening on Thursday, April 16 at 7 pm at the Community Hall.
Ponds & Outdoor Rink Closed
Effective immediately, all outdoor ponds and the outdoor rink at the Multi-Plex are closed for the season owing to melting and uneven ice surfaces.
Those wanting to skate may atttend the Jim Hurley Family Skating (sponsored by the Blackfalds District Agricultural Society), on Sundays until March 23 from 6:15-7:30 pm.
Please obey all posted signs and exercise caution around bodies of water as conditions change. Safety First!
Transportation Master Plan
Town Council, Administration, Alberta Transportation representatives, and many members of the public met on Feb. 26 to discuss the current and future planning of roadways and intersections within the Town limits, along the provincial Highway 2A corridor, and in the surrounding region.
Residents and all members of the public are invited to view the planning displays and diagrams here or in person at the Town Office at the Civic Centre, 5018 Waghorn Street.
Your comments and questions on these planning documents and the Transportation Master Plan are welcomed and may be provided by faxing in this feedback form or by contacting the Town at 403-885-4677 or via email at email@example.com.
Snow Removal Route Map
The snow removal route map for the current season is now available by clicking HERE. This map indicates the priorities for snow removal on community roadways. The red lines indicate the highest priority routes - main collector roads that are used by transit, and / or provide access to schools, Town facilities and downtown commercial amenities. The green and blue lines represent the minor collector roads and the residential through roads that are the next priority routes for snow removal.
The accompanying Snow Removal and Ice Control Policy that was recently adopted calls for less windrowing along most roadways in the community and increased removal of snow through blowing and hauling. For full details on the Snow Removal and Ice Control Policy please click HERE
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