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Lots of ways to engage with town council
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Lots of ways to engage with town council

Photo by Doug Mitchell Now that the municipal election is over, the newly elected council is hard at work making decisions and representing High River residents on a daily basis. Exercising your right to vote is an important part of the process, but municipal elections only happen once every four years, and it is important for...

Residents encouraged to attend council meetings
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Residents encouraged to attend council meetings

The Town council meeting schedule for the next year is now available and residents are invited and encouraged to attend public meetings to stay engaged on issues and up to date on municipal decisions that interest them. There are a variety of meetings that are open to the public and they are a great way...

Standardized rates will soon be implemented at the RecPlex
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Standardized rates will soon be implemented at the RecPlex

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, November 15, 2017 HIGH RIVER, AB: At its November 14 Regular Meeting, High River Council approved an amendment to the Town’s Rate Bylaw that will allow for the standardization of user drop-in and rental rates at the Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex. “We have been working on clarifying and simplifying the user...

Future recreation facilities to be explored in feasibility study
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Future recreation facilities to be explored in feasibility study

For Immediate Release Monday, Nov. 6, 2017  HIGH RIVER, AB: The Town of High River will be exploring possible long-term recreation facility options in a feasibility study that will be presented to the public and council in early 2018. An open house will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 14 in the Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex...

Town to recognize major donors of legacy project 
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Town to recognize major donors of legacy project 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, August 24, 2017 HIGH RIVER, AB: In July, the Town announced the start of a special fundraising project that will raise money to fund the completion of a section of the Happy Trails in the southwest part of town. The section of Happy Trails to be completed runs from the north...

Cycling without age movement launches
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Cycling without age movement launches

In 2016, High River Family & Community Support Services, in partnership with the High River Senior’s Collective and Our High River, applied for a grant from the Government of Canada, New Horizons for Senior’s Programs. In February 2017, the Town of High River was the successful recipient of a $25,000 grant for the Cycling Without...

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School and playground zone hours to be harmonized

Based on recommendations made by the High River Policing Committee, the hours of operation of school and playground zones have been harmonized throughout High River. Council approved the amendment to the Traffic Safety bylaw at the July 17, 2017 regular meeting of council. The operating hours for both school and playground zones is now from...