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Posted On Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Mayor’s Task Force on COVID-19
Mayor William Choy announced the formation of the Mayor’s Task Force on COVID-19 to address the current and upcoming issues faced by our community as a result of the global pandemic. The task force will consist of two streams: Economic and Social. Councillor Eric Meyer will lead the Economic stream and will look at ways to support our residents and businesses with rebates and deferrals in this time of crisis. Councillor Justin...

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Posted On Monday, March 23, 2020

Update #2: March 23, 2020 3:30 p.m. 
In line with Government of Alberta (GOA) directives, the Town of Stony Plain has closed Town Hall to the public and is restricting the use of local playgrounds. The Town is working closely with the GOA to ensure the health and safety of all community members and staff. 
Residents in need of assistance can call or email Administration during regular office hours. 
Payments can be made through calling the Town...

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Posted On Thursday, March 12, 2020

1After meeting in court for a stay on the demolition order administered to the Sommerville Springs development, the Town is officially at liberty to proceed with the demolition order. A contract has been awarded to Visco Demolition and demolition is expected to begin in the coming weeks with construction continuing until June 30.
The demolition order for Sommerville Springs comes after a multi-year process involving expressed safety concerns— including heightened...

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Posted On Thursday, March 12, 2020

P1200003 Update March 13: The Greater Parkland Regional Chamber of Commerce has postponed this event until further notice due to COVID - 19. --- Community members are invited to Connect with Council at this year’s Tri-Expo & Marketplace. The annual event is hosted by the Greater Parkland Regional Chamber of Commerce at the TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre from April 3 to April 5. The Connect with Council booth is returning this year and councillors are inviting residents...
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Posted On Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Today, the Regional Transit Services Commission (RTSC) Transition Team confirmed they have the participation needed to move forward with an application to the Government of Alberta to form a new transit commission.
Following the release of a business case in late January, the individual councils of all 13 Edmonton Metropolitan Region municipalities voted, throughout February and into March, on their decision to participate.
Participating Municipalities
Of the 13...

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