Month: June 2016

Invasive Weed – Woolly Burdock

Woolly Burdock was first found in Athabasca County about five years ago and producers are reminded to call the County’s Agriculture Services Department if plants are found. A biennial member of the Aster family, Woolly Burdock produces a mounding rosette of leaves in the first season of growth and a large, cylindrical taproot. In the…

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Development Permits – September 2016

Applications for the following Development Permits have been APPROVED: Permit No.   2016-D0129 Zoning:  Urban Reserve District Location:  Perryvale; NE-22-63-23-W4 Type:  1064 sq ft 2 Storey Single Family Dwelling w/ Attached Garage Permit No.   2016-D0134 Zoning:  Country Residential Use District Location:  Harnaha Beach; Lot 8, Block 2, Plan 2284TR; NE-13-65-19-W4 Type:  16′ x 32′…

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County Conversation – June 22

Summer work begins for County crews If you missed this week’s Athabasca County Conversation on 94.1 The River you can listen to it here. This week’s segment talks about the road construction season and projects that are currently underway in the municipality. Drivers are also reminded to watch for Agriculture Services crews and mowing operations in…

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Safety around workers this summer

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Seniors’ Symposium Thank You

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2016 Seasonal Day Passes

Do you spend more time camping, fishing and enjoying the outdoors than you do at home during the summer? Enjoy the County’s boat launches and outdoor areas by purchasing a 2016 Seasonal Day Pass. Athabasca County offers a Seasonal Day Pass for only $30, which gives one vehicle unlimited access to the County’s boat launches…

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County Conversation – June 8th

Agricultural Equipment for Rent or Loan If you missed this week’s Athabasca County Conversation on 94.1 The River you can listen to it here. This week’s segment talks about agricultural equipment for rent or loan to area producers. For more information about accessing equipment from the County call our officer and ask to speak with the…

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Mowing Operations – clearing debris from ditches

In an attempt to expand the Athabasca County mowing program, County landowners are being asked to refrain from dumping rocks and debris within the road right of ways. Administration has been directed to act on any reported sightings and will therefore make it mandatory for landowners to remove any materials found. Thank you for your…

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Farm Food & Safety Day

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Truck and Equipment Contractor Registration

ATTENTION TRUCK & EQUIPMENT CONTRACTORS If you have not received your Rental Conditions Registration Form for 2016, or if you are a Contractor who was not previously registered with us, Athabasca County is taking registrations for the 2016 Construction and Maintenance year. For inquiries and registration procedures, please contact: Infrastructure Services 3602 – 48th Avenue…

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