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Come out to a Council Meeting

The Town of Strathmore's Regular Council Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Council Chambers. These meetings are open to the public and we encourage residents to attend

Fats, Oils and Greases and the Sanitary Sewer System

Disposing of fats, oils and greases into the drain in your home can lead to sewer back-up and expensive property damage.  These substances can also block main sewer lines resulting in larger scale sewer back-ups, and expensive repairs, as was recently experienced in a section of the Town’s sanitary system. 

Street Sweeping has begun with downtown on April 24

The Town of Strathmore’s Street Sweeping activities will begin on Tuesday April 22nd.  Please watch for the signs indicating the street sweeping dates and times for your area.  Residents’ cooperation in removing vehicles from roadways is greatly appreciated.  This is the Town’s first year performing street sweeping as a Town Operation, so residents’ patience as our Operators learn is also greatly appreciated!

Utility Bills for Route A and B

The Town of Strathmore Utility (Water) Bills are mailed monthly for both Route 'A' and Route 'B. Route 'A' bills have been sent out for HWildflower Heights,  Strathmore Lakes, Westmount, Downtown, Thorncliff, Parkwood, Green Meadow, Grande Point, Aspen Creek and The Ranch. These are the April 15, 2014 bills and they have a due date of May 12, 2014

What can I put out in my garbage?

The collection service includes three (3) garbage units weekly, with the opportunity to purchase Extra Bag Stickers from the town office for any additional units. Residents are reminded that garbage to be collected should be placed at the collection point before 7:00 am of the collection day and not before 6:00 pm of the day immediately proceeding the collection day. Click title for more information

What is Neighbourhood Watch?

Neighbourhood Watch is an important part of creating a safe community. It focuses on creating neighbourhoods of people who know each other and look out for one another. With support, members learn to recognize suspicious activities and report to police. The aim of Neighbourhood Watch is to reduce crime in the community and assist in protecting homes and property. 

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