Through partnerships with other municipalities, Parkland County offers a variety of Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) programs for seniors. Contact your nearest FCSS office or call 2-1-1 for more information.

Accessible Transportation Services (ATS)
 ATS offers door-to-door transportation for seniors (65+) and persons (16+) with mobility or cognitive disabilities.  Parkland County residents within the ATS service area (please see map) can book ATS for:
  • Medical appointments
  • Shopping trips
  • Accessing entertainment

 Riders will need to complete an application form before booking the ATS.

 More information, including application form, service guide, hours of operation, fares and booking information can be found on the Town of Stony Plain ATS web page.  You may also call the ATS office Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (except on holidays).  The ATS office is located within the Town of Stony Plain Town Office at 4905-51 Ave Stony Plain.


Housing assistance

The Evergreens Foundation provides affordable housing options to seniors, individuals and families. 

Regional Housing Program provides support to eligible residents from across the Tri-Region to address instances of housing instability. 

The Meridian Housing Foundation provides and manages independent supportive and affordable housing in the City of Spruce Grove, Town of Stony Plain and Parkland County.

Senior's conference

A fun conference hosted by Parkland County Libraries in June just for seniors!  Contact your local Parkland County Library to register.

Seniors Property Tax Deferral

This program allows eligible senior homeowners to defer all or part of their property taxes through a low interest home equity loan with the Alberta Government.

If you qualify for the Seniors Property Tax Deferral program, the Alberta Government will pay all or part of your property taxes on your behalf through a low-interest, home equity loan. 

 Snow removal subsidy program 
 Parkland County has funding support available to residents with disabilities for snow removal from their private driveways. To qualify, you must provide a doctor's note stating that you and members of your household are physically unable to remove snow from your driveway. Between $300 - $500 per winter season is available per household.

For more information and an application form, please visit the snow removal subsidy program page.