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Centre Street Utilities Relocation Project Update

Centre Street Utilities Relocation Project Update

Centre Street Utilities Relocation Project Update HIGH RIVER, AB:  Work on the Centre Street Utilities Relocation Project will move northward starting the week of July 13. Crews will be working within the former CP lands, south of 7th Avenue SE and adjacent to 609 Centre Street, for approximately a week. Customers of businesses located in 701 Centre Street may park...

2A Ave SW Closure Begins July 13 for Utilities replacement

2A Ave SW Closure Begins July 13 for Utilities replacement

Road Closure – Replacement of Underground Utility HIGH RIVER, AB: FortisAlberta will be replacing underground power cables in the downtown area starting July 13.To facilitate this work, 2A Avenue SW will be closed. There will also be a partial lane closure on the access road to the public parking lot west of Macleod Trail (behind Town Hall).  One lane will...

River Monitoring Update: July 3

River Monitoring Update: July 3

The Status of the Highwood River is Normal The rain from last week led to a slight increase in river levels and flow. The conditions are now shifting back and remain normal. The forecast indicates scattered showers but nothing significant. This will be the final river monitoring update for 2020.

Dust Control Will Occur Over Coming Weeks

Dust Control Will Occur Over Coming Weeks

Dust Control Will Occur Over Coming Weeks HIGH RIVER, AB:  Dust control measures will be undertaken over the next few weeks on select back alleys and roads in town. The surfaces will be graded and then a contractor will come in to apply a dust control product. The dust control application is a liquid wax product. Residents are asked to...

Centre Street Utilities Overhead Lines Relocation to Begin July 6

Centre Street Utilities Overhead Lines Relocation to Begin July 6

Centre Street Utilities Overhead Lines Relocation to Begin July 6 HIGH RIVER, AB: The Town has requested utility companies relocate their existing overhead power lines to run underground on the former CP lands, now owned by the Town. Work is tentatively set to begin on the Centre Street Utilities Relocation Project starting Monday, July 6. Details: > Crews will begin...

Centre Street Progress: 4th – 5th Closed July 6

Centre Street Progress: 4th – 5th Closed July 6

Centre Street Project Progresses: Road Closed from 4th – 5th Ave Starting July 6 Beginning Monday, July 6, work crews will proceed one more block for the underground work on Centre Street. View Map (jpeg image) Please note: > Centre Street will be closed for construction from 4th Avenue to the north end of 5th Avenue > Alternate access to...

Community Support Services Entering First Phase of Reopening

Community Support Services Entering First Phase of Reopening

Community Support Services Entering First Phase of Reopening Programs Open for Scheduled Appointments HIGH RIVER, AB – As of Monday July 6, Greater Foothills Family Centre and Foothills Community Counselling will be visiting with clients face-to-face through scheduled appointments. This initial reopening phase marks the first time the community support centres will be opening only by appointment. The COVID-19 pandemic...

Costly Vandalism – Trees Targetted in George Lane Park

Costly Vandalism – Trees Targetted in George Lane Park

Costly Vandalism in George Lane Park HIGH RIVER, AB:  Shortly before midnight on Sunday, June 28 several people went into group camping Site A in George Lane Park and caused considerable damage to surrounding trees. Two newly planted trees were chopped down. Two other trees had bark damage. One tree had the bark peeled off around the whole trunk and...

12th Avenue SW Happy Trails Advisory

12th Avenue SW Happy Trails Advisory

12th Avenue SW Happy Trails Advisory HIGH RIVER, AB:  Residents are advised that the asphalt surface has been removed on a section of the Happy Trails adjacent to 12th Avenue SW. The asphalt was removed in preparation for water and sewer replacements in the area. The affected section of pathway stretches from 9th Street SW west to Baker Creek. >...