High River Council Holds the Line for 2021

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High River Council Holds the Line for 2021

High River AB – With the challenges experienced by High River residents during the COVID-19 pandemic top of mind, High River Town Council approved the 2021 municipal budget, which will keep Town revenue at 2020 levels. The goal of the 2021 budget is to minimize financial impacts on residents in the coming year. “Council is...

Town Notice: Town Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19
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Town Notice: Town Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19

Town Notice: Town Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19 December 15, 2020 High River– On December 12, 2020, the Town of High River learned that an employee has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member had no contact with the public or fellow staff members through their work duties. This individual was not in the workplace...

Town Shares Facility Information Following Provincial Announcement
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Town Shares Facility Information Following Provincial Announcement

Town Shares Facility Information Following Provincial Announcement for Stronger Public Health Measures High River AB – The Town of High River continues to support and implement mandatory provincial orders to curb the spread of COVID-19. The Town values our customers and community. Your health and safety are our top priority. We ask for your patience...

Calculating Occupant Load for High River Businesses
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Calculating Occupant Load for High River Businesses

Calculating Occupant Load for High River Businesses December 9, 2020 High River – The Government of Alberta has implemented new restrictions related to the occupancy load of most retail businesses, including entertainment and event services. These restrictions limit businesses to 15% of the occupancy set under the Fire Code. Many buildings and businesses may have...

Positive Case of COVID-19 Results in Temporary Closures of Town Hall & BSRC
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Positive Case of COVID-19 Results in Temporary Closures of Town Hall & BSRC

COVID-19 Notice Positive Case of COVID-19 Results in Temporary Closures of Town Hall and Bob Snodgrass Recreation Centre High River AB –  A Town of High River employee has tested positive for COVID-19. As a result,  the Town has closed the Joint Administration Building on Macleod Trail and the Bob Snodgrass Recreation Centre, effective December...

Holiday Solid Waste Collection Schedule
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Holiday Solid Waste Collection Schedule

Holiday Solid Waste Collection Schedule December 2, 2020 HIGH RIVER, AB – It’s that time of year! The Town of High River would like to share the 2020 Holiday Waste Collection Schedule with residents a bit early. This way, you will have time to ask questions, check the map, mark your calendars and be prepared...

High River Celebrates the Season with True Christmas Spirit
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High River Celebrates the Season with True Christmas Spirit

High River Celebrates the Season with True Christmas Spirit Virtual Events and Mini-Parades spread joy as community focuses on kindness and caring HIGH RIVER, AB:  Christmas will be different this year due to COVID-19, but the message of kindness, caring and community remains the same – especially in High River, where an old-fashioned Christmas spirit...

Town Notice: Town Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19
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Town Notice: Town Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19

Town Notice: Town Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19 High River AB –  On November 27, 2020, the Town of High River learned that an employee has tested positive for COVID-19. This staff member had no contact with the public through their work duties. This individual has not been at the workplace since the onset of...

Think Twice Before You Step on Ice!
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Think Twice Before You Step on Ice!

Think Twice Before You Step on Ice! November 26, 2020 High River – Did you know that factors such as chemicals or salt in the water can determine ice thickness? As the cold weather begins to set in, the High River Fire Department would like to remind residents to stay safe on ice this winter....

Province Declares State of Public Health Emergency – New Mandatory Measures in Place
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Province Declares State of Public Health Emergency – New Mandatory Measures in Place

Province Declares State of Public Health Emergency New Mandatory Measures in Place HIGH RIVER, AB:  The Province has declared a Public Health Emergency with new and expanded restrictions designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. Under Public Health Order 38-2020, the Province has mandated that face masks are now required for all public spaces in...