Bad roads delay recycling collection

Bad road conditions on Thursday, March 15 have delayed the recycling pick-up in Coaldale for Friday, March 16. We appreciate your patience as the pick-up continues into this evening and on Saturday. Remaining pick-ups in Garden Grove, Westgate, Waterfront and Fairway will be completed on Saturday. If your recycling is not picked up by Saturday […]

Volunteer Firefighter Recruitment

  Coaldale & District Emergency Services is looking for Volunteer/POC Firefighters Minimum Qualifications 18 years of age Legally entitled to work in Canada Valid Class 5 Alberta Drivers License with driving record that demonstrates responsible and safe driving behaviour Have no criminal record Live within the Town of Coaldale boundaries or within a reasonable distance […]

Asphalt Plant appealed, hearing March 20

Notice of Appeal

March Coaldale Connection

Mar 2018 Newsletter The March 2018 edition of the Town of Coaldale Newsletter: Coaldale Connection is now available ONLINE. Stay connected throughout the month by checking in regularly with our online Community Calendar.

March Photo Radar

Lane Closure 2011-18 St. Feb. 14

Public Notice: Lane closure at 2011-18 Street between 20 and 21 Avenue on Wednesday, Feb. 14 for new gas service installation. Please watch for signage, slow down and give crew room to work safely. Thank you

February Coaldale Connection

The February 2018 edition of the Town of Coaldale Newsletter: Coaldale Connection is now available ONLINE.

Malloy Drain Project Phase 2A under construction

Lethbridge County, St. Mary River Irrigation District, and the Town of Coaldale are pleased to announce that construction is scheduled to begin later this month on Phase 2A of the Malloy Drain Stormwater Management Project. The $5.4-million Phase 2A project involves several components to improve stormwater management- they will capture and control water flows during […]

February Photo Radar Calendar

Development Permit No. 2018-001 issued for Asphalt Batch Plant

Please find below Development Permit No. 2018-001 issued to LASCO & Associated Companies for the construction of an Asphalt Batch Plant and ancillary use (gravel crusher). Development Permit No. 2018-001

Town of Coaldale MPC Update; Application for Asphalt Batch Plant

At the Municipal Planning Commission meeting of January 24, 2018 the Municipal Planning Commission (‘the Commission’) considered Development Application No. 2018-001 – an application for an Asphalt Batch Plant, which ​is a discretionary use under the Town of Coaldale’s Land Use Bylaw. The application also included gravel crushing as a supportive use for the Asphalt Batch Plant. LASCO & […]

Recycling pick-up delayed

January 11, 2018 The truck picking up recycling in Coaldale today has experienced a breakdown. Recycling will still be picked up but it will be delayed.  

January Coaldale Connection

The January 2018 edition of the Town of Coaldale Newsletter: Coaldale Connection is now available ONLINE.

Sidewalk & hydrant snow clearing

A reminder for Coaldale residents and businesses. For the safety of all, please clear away snow and ice from sidewalks. Under town bylaw, residents are responsible for keeping sidewalks that border their property clear of snow and ice. It is also a good practice to clear a 3 foot area around fire hydrants to allow […]

December Talk of the Town

Check out the December 2017 edition of the Town of Coaldale’s Talk of the Town as published in the Sunny South News. CLICK HERE

Special Council Meeting Dec. 19

The Town of Coaldale has called a Special Council Meeting for Tuesday, December 19, 2017 from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. in Council Chambers. The purpose of meeting is to discuss a land transaction and is in-camera and therefore closed to the public per FOIPP Sections 23, 24, 25 and 27.

December 2017 Newsletter

The December 2017 edition of the Town of Coaldale Newsletter: Coaldale Connection is now available ONLINE

December Photo Radar

Public Hearing for Bylaw 736-P-11-17

At the November 14 Coaldale Town Council meeting, Council considered a number of minor amendments to the Land Use Bylaw including changes to how shipping containers are regulated. The biggest change, should the bylaw pass, would allow resident to keep containers on their property once a year for a period of time not to exceed […]

November Photo Radar