Posted on Friday, May 17, 2019 07:30 AM
The 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 building community. In April the artist...
Posted on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 12:45 PM
Sharing Stories and Building Community Connections
Since the beginning of time, gathering around campfires has provided people with a space for reflection, conversation, and community. It is a place where culture can be shared, understanding can be built, and connections can be nourished. Campfires are magical. Songs, stories and relationships flourish around campfires.
This summer, Stony Plain Family and Community Support Services, in partnership with the Multicultural Heritage Centre is bringing...
Posted on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 09:45 AM
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 public works crew keeps our community safe and functioning with as...
Posted on Monday, May 13, 2019 01:15 PM
We can’t wait to un-leash this secret! The Town of Stony Plain is thrilled to announce the opening of our Dog Agility Course in Umbach Off-leash Dog Park. Any time after 4:30pm on May 17, you and your furry friend can put your skills to the test at Western Canada’s first free to the public 21-obstacle outdoor agility course.
“This has been an exciting project to work on,” says Greg Zirk, Manager of Operations. “We have recently put in solar lights in the dog park, and now with this agility course,...
Posted on Monday, May 13, 2019 07:30 AM
Alberta Transportation has informed the Town that construction on Highway 779 should recommence on approximately May 21. The work will begin with widening on the West side of the road at 57 Avenue and continue North. The underground contractor is expected to start at the same time at the storm main just South of Willow Park Road and work South to Hwy 628 (79 Ave). They will then move East on Hwy 628 for about 50 m. This construction season should see the completion of the Province's commitment to...