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Archive: June

Posted June 29, 2017

Local flavour on the Savour menu

Savour Strathcona County will once again fill a summer evening with delicious aromas, intriguing art, and gentle melodies.

Posted June 29, 2017

County unveils Community Piano to celebrate Canada 150

As part of Strathcona County’s Canada 150 celebrations, a Community Piano is being unveiled outside Gallery@501 (#120, 501 Festival Avenue), on Tuesday, July 11 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Posted June 28, 2017

Reminder about new Vehicle for Hire Bylaw

Beginning July 1, 2017, there are important changes for the taxi and vehicle for hire industry in Strathcona County. 

Posted June 12, 2017

Pembina invests in initiatives supporting the Social Framework’s approach to addressing community needs

Pembina invests in initiatives supporting the Social Framework’s approach to addressing community needs

Posted June 12, 2017

Celebrate Canada’s 150 birthday at Broadmoor Lake Park!

Strathcona County’s favourite family festival will be better than ever before with new activities for Canada 150 and an even bigger fireworks show at Broadmoor Lake Park. 

Posted June 7, 2017

Now hiring election workers

Strathcona County is now accepting applications for election workers for the municipal and school trustee elections, being held on Monday, October 16, 2017. 

Posted June 7, 2017

A new spray park on the horizon for Ardrossan

Strathcona County residents are invited to provide feedback on the design of a new Ardrossan Park and Spray Park through an open house and online questionnaire.

Posted June 2, 2017

A bold, new social direction is here. Are you in?

Residents are invited to learn more about the newly approved Social Framework by participating in the Unity Project, a living art installation that showcases connections in our community. The Social Framework was founded on the feedback of nearly 8,000 people in Strathcona County who participated in the Community Talk initiative.