News Releases

Posted On Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Residents impacted by flooding can apply for provincial funding
Were you impacted by flooding this summer? The Town has officially been approved for the provincial Disaster Recovery Program. If you are a Stony Plain resident whose home, business, or property incurred damages from flooding between July 6 – 23, you may be eligible to receive funding from the Government of Alberta.
The Disaster Recovery Program recently announced open status for municipalities...

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Posted On Monday, November 11, 2019

Main Street, from 51 to 52 Avenue will be temporarily closed November 12 and 13 for most of the day to accommodate concrete pouring at the new downtown library/Three Robins construction project. Detours will be in effect. The road will reopen on November 14 to regular traffic. 

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Posted On Friday, November 08, 2019

Christmas Ornaments are back and ready for pick up beginning November 15
The sixth annual Town of Stony Plain Christmas ornaments are hot off the printer and ready to adorn your Christmas tree. This year, the unique ornaments are the product of 3D printing done at the Stony Plain Public Library. They will be available for pick up during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) at Town Office starting November 15.
In previous years, the ornaments have been created...

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Posted On Friday, November 08, 2019

CP graphicFollowing the 2020-2022 Corporate Plan meetings, Council has given Administration direction on what the high priorities are while maintaining fiscal sustainability over the next three years. The proposed Corporate Plan was discussed at length with numerous difficult decisions made November 4 th , 5 th , and 6 th.   
Town Manager, Tom Goulden says, “As a municipality, the Town of Stony Plain is operating within a changing economic climate. While the national...

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Posted On Thursday, November 07, 2019

Alberta Transportation has completed all repairs and clean up of the Highway 779 construction zone and shut down for the winter. There are two lanes in each direction open from 57 Avenue to Willow Park Road (north entrance), where it transitions from four lanes to two lanes to the south. The multi-use trail is paved from 57 Avenue to Highway 628 (79 Avenue) on the east side of the road and from Highway 628 to Genesis Lake Blvd on the west side of the road. The grading around the...
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