Posted on Monday, September 14, 2020 01:15 PM
Parkland School Division in partnership with the Town of Stony Plain are pleased to announce details of a Land Swap Agreement that will pave the way for construction to begin on the replacement school for Stony Plain Central School.
At the August 19th Special Board Meeting, Parkland School Division’s Board of Trustees passed the following:
The Board of Trustees accept, subject to the Minister’s approval, the sale of lands located on the current Stony Plain Central and the Old Memorial Composite...
Posted on Monday, September 14, 2020 07:00 AM
Alberta Recycling is launching a two-year Electronics Pilot Program to expand the scope of electronic products Albertans can recycle without added consumer fees. In Stony Plain, the Rotary Recycling Centre will be adopting the updated list of acceptable electronics in line with the new program.
“The new pilot program is a great opportunity to encourage residents to dispose of their old electronics responsibly. Unfortunately, a lot of electronics end up in the trash and wind up in landfills when they...
Posted on Friday, September 11, 2020 09:00 AM
Paving at the Stony Plain Central School site was completed this week on Thursday, September 10. Power installation is set to begin early next week, with sidewalks and asphalt trails to follow and landscaping commencing once trails are finished.
Posted on Friday, September 11, 2020 07:00 AM
After being delayed due to COVID-19, the Large Item Drop Off is coming to Stony Plain on September 19 and September 20 from 9AM – 4PM. The event will take place at the Public Works yard in town and dropping off items will come at no cost to residents.
The Large Item Drop Off event is a chance for residents to get rid of items safely and conveniently. The event is open to Stony Plain residents only and ID’s will be checked upon arrival. Residents can bring in as many items as they want, there is no...
Posted on Thursday, September 10, 2020 02:00 PM
The Stony Plain Fire Department is excited to announce the unveiling of a Memorial Bench at the east entrance of the Fire Hall this weekend. The bench is a project spearheaded by members of the Fire Hall in memory of those no longer with us.
“Last year, members of the Fire Hall wanted to leave something behind as a legacy project. We kicked around different ideas and finally settled on a memorial bench for members who have passed on,” Trevor Mistal, Fire Chief says. “A lot of volunteer labour went...