Posted on Thursday, December 07, 2023 04:09 PM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nov 7, 2023
PARKLAND COUNTY PASSES BUDGET 2024
Parkland County Council has approved the operational and capital budget for 2024, keeping tax increases low and predictable while continuing to maintain service levels and fund important investments in regional growth and infrastructure with a 2.9% increase to the municipal tax rate.
What does this mean for County residents? The impact of the increase to the municipal tax rate will be only $5.25 per month* for a property assessed...
Posted on Tuesday, December 05, 2023 02:25 PM
Calling all local businesses! Parkland County has a lot to offer locals and tourists - including your business.
We are launching a new tourism-focused website in early 2024, which will include a detailed business directory to help everyone easily find you when they visit our County.
Fill out our Business Directory Survey and be sure to share this with other businesses so that the directory is as extensive as possible.
Please contact Alex Salame at firstname.lastname@example.org with...
Posted on Monday, November 27, 2023 09:00 AM
Mink Lake Road received a significant face lift this summer, including a wider driving surface, wider shoulders added, hills flattened, and other features added, such as improvements to the access at Star Lake.
With an investment of approximately $4,500,000 in our road network, this project exemplifies Parkland...
Posted on Friday, November 17, 2023 10:55 AM
Last night, Mayor Allan Gamble was joined by Spruce Grove Mayor Jeff Acker and Stony Plain Mayor William Choy to support MADD Canada’s Project Red Ribbon campaign. Project Red Ribbon is an annual awareness campaign to promote sober driving during the busy holiday season.
The red ribbon is a symbol of the wearer’s commitment to never drive impaired, and helps keep the sober driving message top of mind for all who see it. It is also a tribute to the hundreds of victims killed and thousands of...
Posted on Tuesday, November 14, 2023 11:15 AM
Today the Circle of Hope, a symbol of the annual Light Up Your Life Campaign, was lit by Council alongside Light Up Your Life directors Sharon Cornelius, Joyce Pocha and Linda McCreath. Each light on the Circle of Hope glows in memory of a loved one.
The campaign runs from November 1 to December 31 with a goal of raising $100,000 in support of palliative, hospice and continuing care in the tri-region. Donation boxes are available at many business locations in Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Wabamun,...