The City of Wetaskiwin is seeking up to three (3) members at large to serve on its Assessment Review Boards. The purpose of the Boards is to hear and consider property assessment-related complaints (and associated issues). The Boards m...Find out more.
Wetaskiwin Family and Community Support Services & Storybrook Therapy have partnered to offer wellness workshops.
Looking for ways to beat cabin fever this winter? Browse through the 2018 Wetaskiwin Winter Program Guide!
The yellow-headed spruce sawfly (YHSS) affects young spruce trees in our area. The sawfly infests and feeds on spruce trees that are growing singly or on the edge of a group of trees. Infestations can begin when a tree is only three to five years old and ...Read on.
European Elm Scale (EES) is a pest that normally attacks elm trees. Elm scale feeds by piercing leaves and bark and sucking juices from the tree. The eggs begin to hatch in late June and start feeding on leaves in mid-July. By autumn, the pest moves onto ...Read on.
All of Wetaskiwin's outdoor ice surfaces are stable and ready for public use. Please stay safe, and remember that all outdoor ice is 'use at your own risk'. Helmets are always highly encouraged while using the outdoor rinks, especially for anyone under 18...Read on.