Category: Infrastructure Services

Emergency Repair – ARWSC Water Transmission Line

The Aspen Regional Water Services Commission (ARWSC) will be repairing a leak along the main water transmission line between Colinton and Boyle. The repair will begin on Wednesday, February 3, 2021, and is estimated to take two days. Users of the system in Boyle, Grassland, and Wandering River are asked to conserve water to ensure…

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Unplanned Power Outage – Wandering River

FortisAlberta has notified Athabasca County of an unplanned power outage affecting 338 customers in the Wandering River area. The estimated power restoration time is 3 pm today. The cause was a tree that fell on a power line. You can also find details of the outage on the Fortis website: https://service.fortisalberta.com. You can also download…

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Planned Power Outage – Colinton & Surrounding Area

FortisAlberta owns the electrical facilities such as the power lines, poles and meters and is responsible for delivering the power to its customers.   This message is being shared on behalf of Fortis to advise of a planned power outage in the hamlet and area surrounding Colinton. The outage is scheduled for Thursday January 14,…

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Meeting Notice – Public Works

The Tuesday, December 15, 2020 Public Works meeting will be held remotely.  Members of the public are welcome to watch a live stream of the meeting via the internet.   The Public Works meeting will begin at 9:30 am. VIEW AGENDA   DETAILS OF REMOTE MEETING The live stream will begin shortly before 9:30 am,…

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Public Hearing – Bylaw 033-2020

Athabasca County is considering passing Bylaw 033-2020 for the purpose of rescinding the following bylaws due to ownership change of the adjacent lands:   1. Bylaw 4-2002 Caretaker Agreement with respect to the road allowance described as: Western Boundary of SW 24-67-20-W4 Eastern Boundary of SE 23-67-20 W4   2. Bylaw 13-2006 Caretaker Agreement with…

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Road Weight Restrictions Lifted

Please be advised Athabasca County is lifting Road Ban Order 01/2020, effective 8 am on December 1, 2020. More Road Ban information can be found by clicking on the link below. ROAD BANS WEBPAGE   Contact our Infrastructure Services Department with any questions: 780-675-2273  |  1-844-662-2273  |  info@athabascacounty.com

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Municipal Stimulus Funding Update – Road Investments

Athabasca County is providing an update on Municipal Stimulus Funding to make residents aware of project costs and funding received to date. Since being announced in the summer of 2020, Athabasca County has received stimulus grant funding from the province to complete needed infrastructure projects. Municipalities were asked to submit a list of ‘shovel ready’…

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Meeting Notice – Public Works

The Tuesday, November 17, 2020 Public Works meeting will be held remotely.  Members of the public are welcome to watch a live stream of the meeting via the internet.   The Public Works meeting will begin at 9:30 am. VIEW AGENDA   DETAILS OF REMOTE MEETING The live stream will begin shortly before 9:30 am,…

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Public Hearing – Bylaw 031-2020

Athabasca County is considering granting a Road Allowance License Agreement to provide permission to temporarily occupy and use the road allowance described as follows: Between S ½ 23-66-24 W4M & N ½ 14-66-24 W4M The general location of the road allowance is marked by an “X” on the map below.   A Public Hearing has…

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Athabasca County Connection Newsletter – November 2020

The November 2020 Athabasca County Resident and Business E-Newsletter is now available for review.    In this edition: The Damaging Power of Water; Armfelt Continues as Reeve; Community Representation Important on Boards; Property Tax Reminder; New Handi-Bus Receives Sponsorship; Beaver Pond Levelling Project; AU 50th Anniversary Plaque; How to Install the Voyent Alert App; SV…

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