On-It Service to continue in High River with changes

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On-It Service to continue in High River with changes

On-It Transit Service to continue in High River with some changes In a press release issued by Southland Transportation this week, it was announced that, as of March 1, Southland will continue to run the On It transit system in High River independently and without financial contributions from the Town. The bus will no longer...

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Town requests respect and care of newly restored Wallaceville area

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018 HIGH RIVER, AB: The Wallaceville area east of Centre Street has now been fully restored with new topsoil and seed, returning it to an undeveloped state as part of the Town’s overall flood mitigation program. The Government of Alberta (GOA) and the Town of High River request the...

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Town reminds residents and businesses of current snow removal policy

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT Thursday, Dec. 20, 2017 HIGH RIVER, AB: All residential properties in High River are subject to the Town’s Snow Removal Bylaw 3622/89, meaning that snow must be cleared from pathways and sidewalks within 24 hours of a snowfall. This bylaw applies only to residential and commercial properties outside of the downtown area...

What to expect when you attend a council meeting
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What to expect when you attend a council meeting

Have you ever thought about attending a High River council meeting but weren’t sure what to expect? While the idea of attending may seem daunting at first, council meetings are a great way to learn firsthand how decisions are made, and are probably more interesting than you might expect. The first place you should start...

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...