Curb Ramp removal by Oct. 15

As per Town of Coaldale Bylaw curb ramps must be pulled off the street by October 15 for the winter months. Residents are reminded to please have the ramps removed by this date.

Provincial funds for regional municipal enforcement

The Coaldale and District Municipal Enforcement (CDME) unit hosted the Honourable Shaye Anderson, Minister of Municipal Affairs, in Coaldale on Friday, August 25, 2017. The CDME  were part of a photo opportunity with the Minister to celebrate the formation of the new municipal enforcement unit which was launched in January. The unit was created and […]

Active speed signs to be installed in Coaldale

The Town of Coaldale will be installing a TraffiCalm Sign System to monitor and educate drivers about the speed of vehicles throughout the community. The TraffiCalm System are active speed signs, showing drivers their speed while on roads throughout the community. These interactive signs will show motorists if they are speeding or following the posted […]

Lock your vehicles, remove valuables

Coaldale’s Police Advisory Committee is once again reminding Coaldale residents to Lock their Vehicles and Doors at Night, remove Valuables from Vehicles and keep Porch Lights on to discourage theft.  

McKeown named Coaldale Fire Chief

The Town of Coaldale is very pleased to announce the promotion and appointment of Kevin McKeown to the position of Fire Chief of the Coaldale and District Emergency Services (CDES) effective Feb. 6, 2017. Chief McKeown was promoted from his current position of Lieutenant in the CDES and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in […]

Stormwater retention to increase

The announcement Friday of the Alberta Community Resilience Program (ACRP) grant recipients means Coaldale will see it stormwater retention capacity increase. Funding was announced by the province for $5.4 Million to support the Phase II(a) of the Malloy Drain Implementation Project. The project includes construction of two major holding ponds including a dry holding pond […]

Eliminating invasive plants

Avoiding invasive plants       Green thumbs in the Town of Coaldale are encouraged to consider carefully their plant choices. Plants from other parts of the country and even from other parts of the world have made there way into local gardens, flower beds and landscaping and can threaten native species. Local residents should make […]

RCMP commit to Coaldale policing

Press Release – September 30, 2014 Town of Coaldale The Town of Coaldale and the RCMP are preparing to take the next step in bringing a new police service to the community. “Subsequent to a meeting Town Council had with representatives of the RCMP’s “K” Division, while attending the annual Alberta Urban Municipalities Association convention […]