News & Public Notices

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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…
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Coaldale RCMP Unveiling of “Future Home of the Coaldale RCMP” Sign RCMP Chief Superintendent Tony Hamori, District Officer of the Southern Alberta District, along with local Member of Parliament Rachel Harder and Coaldale Mayor Kim Craig will be unveiling the sign confirming to the public of the…
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Dame’s Rocket or Hesperis matronalis is an invasive plant Common Baby’s Breath is an invasive plant 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…
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Request for Service If you are looking to request any services, file complaints, provides letters of praise, letters of concern or raise issues with Town of Coaldale staff or members of council you are encouraged to fill out our online request for service. Once you have created an account and…
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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…
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Coaldale’s Police Advisory Committee is once again reminding Coaldale residents to lock theirvehicles and doors at night, remove valuables from vehicles and keep porch lights on to discourage theft.
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Coaldale’s only off-leash dog park is located at the corner of 8 Street and 20 Avenue on the East side of town. This is the only off-leash area for dogs in the community. Dogs are not allowed off-leash on school playgrounds, on sports fields or at the Quads. Dogs on-leash are not allowed on sports…
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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…