Remembrance Day Office Closure

The Athabasca County Administration Building, Public Works and Family & Community Support Services offices will be closed to allow our staff to observe Remembrance Day. The offices will by open for regular business hours on Tuesday, November 12. If you encounter an emergency in relation to municipal services provided by Athabasca County, please call the…

read more

Development Permit Approvals

For the week of November 6, 2019 ..   Permitted Use:   D19-123 14.17m x 6.20m single family dwelling with 2.14m x 8.54m (1.1m high) deck, 2.14m x 2.13m (0.8m high) deck, 1.28m x 3.06m (0.65m high) deck, 12.25m x 8.50m (17.55’ high) quonset and 4.33m x 6.20m (11.08’ high) shed – all asbuilt P8220036;…

read more

Athabasca County Conversation – Bat House Workshop

2019 Board and Committee Opportunities                 The Athabasca County Conversation is a bi-weekly radio update that airs on BOOM 94.1. If you missed it on the radio you can listen to it here. This week’s segment talks about an upcoming Bat House Building Workshop scheduled for Athabasca on Tuesday,…

read more

Council Highlights – October 31, 2019

County Council Highlights from the October 31, 2019 Regular Council Meeting are now available for review. Athabasca County Council meets twice monthly to discuss municipal business. Just click on the image below to view highlights from the meeting. VIEW ALL HIGHLIGHTS  

read more

Catering Bids – Farm Women’s Conference & Awards

The Farm Women’s Conference & Awards is seeking catering bids for the upcoming Farm Women’s Conference taking place on February 6, 2020 at the Colinton Community Centre. Bids should consist of a menu plan which includes light breakfast items (muffins, scones) with coffee/tea, a buffet dinner with two meats for up to 175 people with…

read more

Bat House Building Workshop

Athabasca County Agricultural Services, Highway 2 Conservation and the Athabasca District Ag Society are sponsoring a Bat House Building Workshop. It takes place from 6-8 pm on Tuesday, November 26 at the Athabasca Agri-Plex. The cost for each kit is $30. Please register in advance by contacting Roxanne: 780-675-2273  |  info@athabascacounty.com  

read more

Public Hearing – Bylaw No. 024-2019

Athabasca County is considering granting a Caretaker Agreement to provide permission to fence and utilize for agriculture purposes, a portion of road allowance as described below: The road allowance between NE 30-68-23 W4M & NW 29-68-23 W4M. The general location of the road allowance is marked by an “X” on the map below. A Public Hearing…

read more

Development Permit Approvals

Approvals for the week of October 30: Permitted Use: D19-099 Tank Farm for Commercial Cardlock P0826570; B1; L9 NE 4-65-19-W4 (Division 3) Decision Date: October 30, 2019   D19-121 Cardlock Lanes and Truck Parking P0826570; B1; L10 NE 4-65-19-W4 (Division 3) Decision Date: October 30, 2019   Anyone claiming to be affected by the approval…

read more

Council Holds 2019 Organizational Meeting

Members of Athabasca County Council met in Council Chambers for the County’s Organizational Meeting. The meeting is held annually to elect a Reeve and Deputy Reeve, as well as make a number of appointments to boards, committees and commissions. It also offers a chance for Councillors to express interest in new positions, or keep the…

read more

Nominate a Farm Woman of the Year

Nominate a recipient for Modern and Pioneer Farm Woman of the Year The Farm Woman of the Year Award is one way Athabasca County recognizes the dedication and hard work of rural women in our municipality. Each year nominations are reviewed by the Farm Women’s Award Committee to choose one recipient of the Pioneer Farm…

read more