News Releases

Posted On Tuesday, May 21, 2019

DTR MapMain Street from 53 Avenue to just south of the 51 Avenue intersection will be closed for construction from approximately June 3 to the end of the 2019 construction season.
During this time there will also be modified pedestrian access to the area.
Downtown Redevelopment construction will involve a number of closures of the sidewalks in stages along both sides of Main Street including alley crossings.
Access to businesses will be maintained during construction, but...

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Posted On Tuesday, May 21, 2019

djtitable2-01The Don't Just Trash It! table will return to the Mayor's Pancake Breakfast at Farmers’ Days next weekend (June 1)! Enjoy pancakes cooked by our Town Council and know volunteers are using proper composting, recycling, and garbage practices. All plates, cutlery, napkins, and coffee/juice cups used at the Pancake Breakfast will be compostable. This has a direct impact on what ends up in the landfill! The Don’t Just Trash It! campaign encourages everyone to think before...
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Posted On Friday, May 17, 2019

Alberta Transportation is still on track to start work up again on Hwy 779 on Tuesday, May 21 st . However, AT has informed the Town the scheduled has changed slightly from the previous update on May 13 th . AT will only be working on the storm line along the east side of Hwy 779 from Willow Park Road south to Hwy 628, and on the widening on the east side of  Hwy 779, south of Hwy 628. Due to some utility conflicts that are still being resolved they won’t be starting...
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Posted On Friday, May 17, 2019

sculpture-01The Town of Stony Plain, along with Artist Paul Reimer, will be officially unveiling “Enduring Connections” on May 31, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. The unveiling ceremony will take place at Heritage Park and all are welcome!
Reimer, a blacksmith artist from British Columbia, has created a hand-forged iron sculpture using centuries old techniques. The artwork represents the core values on which Stony Plain was built and will carry into the future. It is, at its heart, about...

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Posted On Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Public Works Week 2019 Public Works Week 2019  
May 19th – 25th is National Public Works Week. At last night’s Regular Council Meeting, Council recognized our own public works team.  
“It’s important to acknowledge the hard work, dedication and public service our public works group provides to the Town,” says Greg Zirk, Manager of Operations. “Our staff takes pride in doing their jobs quietly, efficiently and effectively.” 
“Our...

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