Strathmore
Strathmore

 

 

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Welcome to the Town of Strathmore! The Town where quality of life is a way of life. The Town of Strathmore is a community of over 12,000 people located 40 km east of Calgary with convenient access to the picturesque Bow River. While agricultural developments cover large areas of the surrounding area, Strathmore provides its residents with the benefits of country living, town services and easy access to large city facilities while residing in an area combining heritage and modern amenities.

Strathmore offers wide choices in restaurants, accommodations, hospitality, local wines and shopping. With direct access to the Trans Canada Highway, travelers have been welcomed to use facilities that have now developed into a thriving country town.
The Strathmore Tourist Centre has compiled all the tourist information you’ll need to plan your trip to Strathmore or the surrounding area. The centre is located inside the Dairy Queen building which is located right along the Trans Canada Highway. Please drop by and see them for your Tourist Information needs or call them at 403-934-5661.
 
  • Council recessed the Public Hearing for Bylaw #16-08 West Strathmore Conceptual Scheme.
  • Council postponed the Civic Centre Sound System item until the June 1, 2016 Regular Council Meeting.
  • Council approved the purchase of a JLG Scissor Lift from Lardon Rentals for a cost of $7500.00 plus GST with funds to come from the Financial Stabilization Reserve, subject to having a mechanical inspection done on the scissor lift currently owned by the Town of Strathmore.
  • Council established a Disaster Aid Task Force and adopted the Terms of Reference for the Task Force.
  • Council appointed Mayor Ell and Councillor Walls to the Disaster Aid Task Force.
  • Council accepted the Strathmore Public Transportation report for information and will await further financial information from the Planning Department.
  • Mayor Ell will bring the Marigold resolution forward to AUMA in fall of 2016 on behalf of the Marigold Library.
  • Council postponed the Regional Assessment Review Board item until the June 1, 2016 Regular Council Meeting.
  • Council approved repairs to the Fire Department Jet Boat with costs not to exceed $22,360.39 plus GST, with funds to be drawn from Financial Stabilization.
  • Council approved repairs to the pump for Engine #2, with costs not to exceed $22,905.00 plus GST, with funds being drawn from Financial Stabilization.
  • Council appointed Mr. Jonathon Moore to the Sustainability Committee for one term ending October 31, 2016 as a youth representative.
  • Council approved the purchase of a planter to be passed on to the City of Leduc, as a Sustainability Torch, with costs not to exceed $1,108.37 plus GST, and that the funds to be drawn from Financial Stabilization.
  • Council approved the purchase of 1000 stainless steel water bottles with costs not to exceed $4000.00 plus GST, and that the funds to be drawn from Financial Stabilization.
  • Council appointed Mayor Ell and Councillor Grajczyk to the Marigold Library Steering Committee.
 

Strathmore News

Public Advisory

30 May 2016
With the recent rainfall and the greening up of grass lands, the Strathmore Fire Department is removing the current fire Read More...
9 May 2016
Wheatland Trail pathway repairs are scheduled this week May 10-17 please be advised sections of pathway from Brent Blvd. to Read More...
6 May 2016
While there is a province wide fire ban it does not apply to Strathmore. Cities, towns, villages, summer villages and Read More...
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Snow Clearing

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Road Closures

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Water Outages

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Pool Closures

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Road Construction

18 May 2016
Public Works crews will commence line painting today including parking lot lines. Drivers are reminded to slow down, adhere to Read More...
10 May 2016
Alberta Transportation will be starting work this weekend on a milling and paving project on the westbound lanes of Highway Read More...
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