Posted on Wednesday, August 28, 2019 07:45 AM
Stony Plain, alongside The Good Samaritan Society and local artist James Mackay, will be unveiling a new mural on September 12th. All are welcome to attend the big reveal at the Stony Plain Care Centre on 55th Avenue at 11:00 a.m. The mural was commissioned in celebration of the Society’s 70th anniversary of establishment.
The new mural, entitled “With Hands and Heart”, is dedicated to the past, present and future residents of the Society’s care homes located in Stony Plain. The...
Posted on Thursday, August 22, 2019 08:15 AM
The detour for the Highway 779 Road Closure from Highway 628 to Willow Park Road (south entrance) is now in effect.
Willow Park Road is a residential area and not part of the detour route. Local Traffic Only signs are posted in the construction zone. Local traffic only includes Willow Park residents.
All other traffic including residents from Westerra and Genesis should detour via Golf Course Road. Do not use Willow Park Road/Willow Way to detour the construction zone.
Posted on Wednesday, August 21, 2019 07:30 AM
Let’s Get Together! Get involved in Stony Plain’s first ever Neighbours Day celebration – a day to get together with neighbours to connect, celebrate and build community. Neighbours Day 2019 will be held on Saturday, September 21, 2019.
To participate, invite 10 neighbours to a get-together on September 21. Your event can be as simple as going on a group walk or having coffee on your driveway. Get your Neighbours Day kit at Stony Plain FCSS and display your yard sign to show your neighbourhood pride....
Posted on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 07:30 AM
Electronic Utility Billing
For the last six months residents of Stony Plain have been encouraged, through a social media campaign, to sign up for their utility bill to be emailed as opposed to mailed to them. The idea was brought to Council in February as a way to cut costs and be more environmentally friendly. At that time 28.7% were already signed up for the electronic bill, that number has increased by 3.6% to 32.3%. At Monday’s Regular Council meeting Council gave the direction to ramp up...
Posted on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 07:00 AM
Council approved $250,000 for a Storm Water Mitigation Project and $100,000 for a Sanitary Manhole Flooding Protection Retrofit Project. The decision follows the two major flooding events in Stony Plain this summer. After the massive rains hit our community, the Town conducted a preliminary assessment of the performance of the existing infrastructure and flood risk areas. In some areas of Town the storm water system was not capable of handling the extreme amount of water which caused local street...