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RT @KeepABRolling: Albertans have Albertans backs. It’s in our nature. Thank you Craig Snodgrass @TownOfHighRiver Mayor for helping to #kee…Read More
A black bear was spotted in the NW earlier this morning. The situation is now under control and being managed by Fi… https://t.co/4tsGJ8b1LFRead More
Earlier this morning, a bear was seen in NW High River. The bear has since been relocated by Alberta Fish and Wildlife Enforcement. Although this is a rare occurrence, residents are reminded to be bear aware! 🐻View on Facebook
Here are a few quick tips as you navigate in and around High River:
o Ensure human food and garbage are not accessible to wildlife.
o Use officially marked paths and trails and travel during daylight hours.
o Watch for fresh bear signs. Tracks, droppings, diggings, torn-up logs, and turned-over rocks are all signs that a bear has been in the area. Leave the area if the signs are fresh.
For more tips on how to be bear aware, visit bit.ly/2psm5rG
If you see a bear, please contact Fish & Wildlife Enforcement at 403-652-8330.
🚧 Road Interruptions 🚧View on Facebook
1️⃣July 22- There will be road closures in three locations from the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m:
•3rd Ave between 4th St and 5th St
•The alley behind Tyron’s between 4th St and 5th St and North of the alley on 4th St to the alley South of 3rd Ave
•5th St between 2nd Ave and 4th Ave
Limited parking will be available, watch out for "no parking" signs.
2️⃣July 22- Intermittent traffic stoppages will occur along 12th Ave SW from 100m west of the traffic circle to 9th St SW between the hours of 12:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. due to filming. Traffic will be held for 3-5 minutes, and no parking will be available along 12th Ave SW.
3️⃣July 22-26- The back lane between 4th Ave and 5th Ave between Macleod Trail and 1st St SW will be closed between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. while installation of underground utilities occurs. There will be no access to that lane during the day. Overnight, any excavations will be covered or fenced off and access to the lane will be provided.
4️⃣ July 22-26-The alley between 4th Ave and 5th Ave off of Macleod trail and 1st St West will be closed between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. while fiber optic services are being implemented.
💬Tune into Sun Country 99.7 FM for other traffic updates between 6-9am and 4-6pm weekdays.
A black bear was spotted in the NW earlier this morning. The situation is now under control and being managed by Fish & Wildlife. Thank you for your cooperation.View on Facebook