The contract to build a new Public Works shop has been awarded to local architecture firm, Creative Infrastructure.
Due to some recent vandalism, repairs are required at both the RV sani-dump and bulk water stations—located at 5707 - 51 Street.
As a result, water for flushing hoses and tanks at the City of Wetaskiwin RV sani-dump will only be available from 7 ...
At the July 20, 2020 regular City Council meeting, Council approved the Non-Residential Development Incentives Bylaw 1969-20.
The City Utility department will be conducting required water meter upgrades in certain residences across the City at no cost to the home owner.
Wetaskiwin City Council finalized the 2020 tax rates and deferred the tax deadline for ratepayers as part of the City’s COVID-19 response efforts.
Due to the remaining uncertainty of the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wetaskiwin Regional Parade of Programs is now available in an on-going, online format through a dedicated Facebook Page.
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We are excited to welcome you back to the Manluk Centre! Please be mindful of signage that is posted around our facility to keep both patrons and staff safe. We are looking forward to seeing you all!