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Property taxes are typically due on June 30. Payment can be made via online banking, cash, debit card, cheque, wire transfer or electronic funds transfer. Mailed payments must be post-marked on or before June 30, to be considered on time. If you have not received your Tax Notice or if you have any questions, please contact the Taxation Department at 780-821-4006 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are on the Pre-authorized Payment Plan for property taxes, your payments will continue as normal.
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Council Meetings are held every second and fourth Monday of the month, with the exceptions of July, August and December. The current Regular Council Meeting schedule can be found here.
Please see Payment Methods.
You can view the Peace or Bylaw officers contact information here.
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You can obtain a fire permit by coming into the town hall and speaking with the front desk staff.
Before you can get a permit you must;
- Be the owner of the property or have written permission from the landlord.
- If you are building the fire pit you must contact Alberta One Call (1-800-242-3447) and have the utility locates done in your yard to insure the fire pit is not over any important lines.
- Once the previous steps are complete you can fill out the fire permit application and pay the $10 fee.
- Once the application is filled out and payment is received a Peace Officer will come and inspect your property and give you the complete permit.
If you have any questions feel free to contact the Town Office at 780-926-2201 or visit the How to Apply for a Fire Permit Page.
Please contact ATCO Electric and let them know where the street lamp is located.
ATCO's phone number is 1-800-668-2248
You can contact Jena Clarke 780-821-4026.