Water main break creating icy conditions on Crescent Ave. S.E.

Council approves 2019 operating/capital budget
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Council approves 2019 operating/capital budget

Town of High River Council approves 2019 operating and capital budget HIGH RIVER, AB – Today, Council approved the 2019 operating and capital budget for the Town of High River. “It’s been a particularly challenging discussion this year,” says Craig Snodgrass, Mayor of High River. “We need to upgrade our aquatics facility and fire hall...

Battling the winter blues this season
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Battling the winter blues this season

The Foothills Community Counselling program operates out of the Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) offices in High River. The program offers affordable quality counselling services for individuals, children, adolescents, families and couples who are residents of the Foothills Area. Foothills Community Counselling program staff are offering some practical self-care strategies to residents to help make...

Town facility holiday hours and closures
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Town facility holiday hours and closures

Many Town facilities will be closed or offering modified hours over the holidays, essential services such as the Fire Department and RCMP response will not be impacted. Town Office, Operations, Recycling Centre • Monday, Dec. 24 – Closed • Tuesday, Dec. 25 – Closed • Wednesday, Dec. 26 – Closed • Monday, Jan. 1 –...

Town’s Fire Chief talks ice safety on lakes and ponds
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Town’s Fire Chief talks ice safety on lakes and ponds

Town of High River Fire Chief, Lance Bushie, is offering some ice safety tips for residents and visitors this winter season. “Alberta experiences frequent freeze/thaw weather cycles and this can affect the consistency of ice thickness on lakes and ponds,” says Bushie. “The best thing you can do is keep yourself and your pets away...

Changes coming to the 2019 Town Crier
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Changes coming to the 2019 Town Crier

The Town recently launched a survey to collect feedback from readers about the distribution and quality of content for the Town Crier. The survey ran throughout November and we would like to thank all participants for providing us with some very informative and valuable feedback that will help us improve the Town Crier going into...

Council looking to sell property in the spring
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Council looking to sell property in the spring

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, Dec. 10, 2018 Council putting Town-owned property on the market come spring HIGH RIVER, AB: Council has decided to place a Town-owned property on the market as early as spring 2019. The property is located at 410 Macleod Trail S.W. “The property includes a lot that is 0.2 acres or just...

Pool repairs to start next month at the Recreation Complex
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Pool repairs to start next month at the Recreation Complex

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, November 26, 2018 Council approves budget to start repairs to pool next month HIGH RIVER, AB: Town Council approved an additional $225,000 on Monday, November 26, 2018 to begin the necessary grounding remediation and repair work on the pool at the Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex. “Now that Council has approved the...

Get ready for Christmas in High River!
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Get ready for Christmas in High River!

The Town of High River has once again launched its holiday event website, christmasinhighriver.com or highriver.ca/christmas. The site serves as a one-stop-shop for anyone looking to connect with a bit of festive spirit in High River during the upcoming Christmas and holiday season. Any group or individual that is planning a public special event, concert, package,...