Starting Tuesday, September 28, MD Crews will be onsite in Poplar Lane repairing the sections of asphalt damaged by the flooding earlier this year.
The MD has developed a Weed Control Partnership Program for the destruction of prohibited noxious weeds and the control of noxious weeds on permanent cover land such as pastures, rangeland and fencelines.
The final application window for the 2021 Community Assistance Board Grant and the Family & Community Support Services Grant closes Sunday, October 31.
Residents are advised that Utilities crews will be flushing hydrants September 20 until October 10, as part of the MD’s routine maintenance program.
Alberta has declared a state of public health emergency and will implement new health measures to expand capacity, increase vaccination rates and reduce transmission of COVID-19.
Record-breaking heat and drought conditions across the region have severely impacted cereal and oilseed crops and livestock feed.
For those interested, the Lesser Slave Watershed Council (LSWC) has provided a list of resources related to last month’s successful Farm & Acreage Watershed Workshop.
The MD is engaging residents to gauge public feedback on the proposed multi-use surface.
AHS advises the public not to swim or wade at Marten River Campground "C" Staircase Beach, effective immediately.