News Releases

Posted On Friday, July 10, 2020

Timelines for the Downtown Redevelopment project have been impacted by recent rain. At present, the project is behind the originally projected schedule. Construction in the area will resume once material has time to dry.

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Posted On Thursday, July 09, 2020

Alberta Transportation (AT) has informed the Town that inclement weather has caused delays over the last two weeks. Despite the rain delays, work continues on the 48 Street (Highway 779) Grade Widening Project. Paving of the bottom lift of asphalt on the southbound lanes of 48 Street between 57 Avenue and 55 Avenue is schedule for Friday, July 10. Both existing southbound lanes will be closed and all traffic will be moved to the northbound lanes with one lane of traffic in each...
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Posted On Tuesday, July 07, 2020

Debt Management Update
Council was presented with a debt management update during last night’s Governance and Priorities Meeting. Strengthening the fiscal sustainability framework was included as a key action in the 2020 – 2023 Strategic Plan , and Administration has been working to update financial strategies to support this goal. An overview of the framework was first presented during the June 1 Council Meeting and last night’s presentation included...

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Posted On Tuesday, July 07, 2020

CoverThe Town of Stony Plain’s 2019 Annual Report is now complete. Released annually, the report informs residents of major milestones, initiatives, and projects within Stony Plain, while providing clear and accurate financial reporting to the public.
“As each year closes, it is imperative we take a moment to reflect on our journey, view the progress made, and evaluate the path taken,” says Thomas Goulden, Town Manager. “This ensures we continue to strive...

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Posted On Tuesday, June 30, 2020

The Town is launching an online Interactive Map to give residents an opportunity to share feedback on transportation infrastructure within Stony Plain. The Interactive Map will remain active until July 31. Everyone in the community is invited to participate and make their opinion count.
Feedback collected from the Interactive Map will be used to guide the creation of the Transportation Master Plan. Users can engage with the Interactive Map and note areas of concern by leaving...

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