News & Public Notices

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  The deadline for nominations is January 31, 2020. The Town of Coaldale is partnering up with the Coaldale & District Chamber of Commerce to host the 39th Annual Awards & Appreciation Banquet on Saturday, March 21, 2020 at the Community Centre. Tickets can be purchased for $60.00 by…
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  Spend a unique afternoon at our Annual Valentine's High Tea Service in the Grand Gem of the West Museum. Enjoy an extensive tea menu with a lavish assortment of sweet and savory finger foods. Tea party finery encouraged. Tickets can be purchased in one of the following ways: Electronically…
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Brooke Siver is certified under the International Pickleball Teaching Professionals Association (IPTPA), the “Official” certification for coaching Pickleball. Brooke also teaches coaches how to coach through the IPTPA “Teach the Teacher” program. Brooke teaches Pickleball throughout North America,…
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The Town of Coaldale operations team has been busy implementing preventative measures to keep mosquito populations in the area down to a minimum. So far, the Town has budgeted for several management tactics including: Treating the Town’s storm ponds located near Birds of Prey and Malloy storm…
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Canada Day is just around the corner, and while we are not able to celebrate together, we can still show our Canadian Pride and have fun doing so. Decorate your home or business in Red and White and send us a photo! The Town is staging a competition to see who can come up with the best…
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On June 17, Lethbridge County presented the Town of Coaldale with approximately $91,408 in recreation funding to be put towards the Town’s recreation facilities. The recently signed Recreation Agreement stipulates that the County will provide the Town will $470,960 over five years. This agreement…
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Dutch Elm Disease Awareness Week is recognized annually throughout the province of Alberta from June 22- 28.  The intent is to raise awareness on how destructive Dutch elm disease (DED) can be, the importance of elm trees to our communities and landscapes, and how DED can be prevented. The Society…
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Due to COVID-19, restrictions have been implemented in Coaldale’s outdoor recreational facilities such as ball diamonds and soccer pitches in an effort to keep athletes safe. As a result, the fields are not being used to their full extent and local sports organizations are struggling to keep their…
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The Town of Coaldale office is scheduled to reopen during their regular hours on Monday, June 8th. The following measures will be put into place to ensure the safety of both visitors and employees: No more than 2 people at a time in the foyer. All others will need to wait outside. A physical…
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