On April 13, 2021, the province of Alberta announced that they were awarding a $5.1 million grant to the City of Wetaskiwin to help address significant community safety concerns. The City will receive an additional 10 RCMP members over three years to comb...
Starting April 15, 2021, red light and speed infractions will be enforced and ticketed at the intersection of 40 Avenue and 56 Street.
Spring is finally here! Reserve your community garden plot at one of two locations in the City before they're all gone.
The recent Business Mix & Gap Analysis provides a number of strategic recommendations on how the City can help facilitate local economic success.
Some residential customers in the old Tuesday and Friday collection routes have had their garbage collection date moved to Monday, April 12 instead.
Can you believe winter is almost over (fingers crossed)? That means our street sweepers will be out and about. Sign up to get notifications by text or email!
Council received and approved an updated level of service plan from Public Works for 2021 grass, plant, and flower bed maintenance
In light of the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, City-led events will proceed virtually until September 2021, with the timeline being re-evaluated every two months.
City Council passed its 2021 Capital and Operating Budgets at the regular March 8, 2021 Council meeting, forecasting a 0% tax increase and a reduction in utility rates.
Nominations for Wetaskiwin’s general municipal election—to be held on October 18, 2021—are now open until September 20, 2021.
Due to the remaining uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Parade of Programs will continue online through a dedicated Facebook page.
Wondering how the Manluk Centre is affected by the Provincial restrictions?
Please note that the Manluk Centre is open for registered household bookings only at this time. These bookings are reserved for City of Wetaskiwin and County of Wetaskiwin residents.