Council voted to divest of the Civic Building after receiving a Facility Utilization Review report on Nov. 22—with the caveat that the sale be contingent on any future owner allowing the Archives to remain within the building as leased space.
NOV. 30 - DEC. 1: TRAFFIC SIGNALS DOWN FOR REPAIRS AT 36 AVE - 56 ST
Highline Electrical is performing repairs on the traffic signal on 36 Ave - 56 St. Power will be out to the traffic lights on November 30 starting at 9 a.m., resulting in a 4 way stop int...
Wetaskiwin’s Stage 4 water restriction will be lifted as of 8 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 29 as the water treatment plant is fully operational again and both treated water reservoirs will be replenished by Monday morning.
Warming trailers are on their way to Wetaskiwin following City Council’s unanimous approval of an additional $35,000—funded from the City’s contingency reserve—at a special Council meeting on November 12 to secure the lease of the trailers for the tempora...
The Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw (2000-21) received its third and final reading during the September 27, 2021 Regular Council Meeting and is now in effect.
The Province of Alberta has implemented enhanced public health measures to address the increased number of COVID-19 cases.