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2013 Birth Forest Registrations are still being accepted!

Parents of babies born in 2013 can register their child for a free tree to be planted in their honour in Strathmore's Birth Forest. The Birth Forest is a joint project by Chinook Credit Union, The Town of Strathmore, Eagle Lake Nurseries and Communities in Bloom.

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. 

Motorist please be aware of construction equipment

Motorists are advised to be aware of construction crews working adjacent to the road way TWP 244  between Hillview Gate and Range Road 253. No road closures are expected at this time, but motorists should adhere to traffic signs and flag men throughout this work. Stay alert and use caution in this area commencing March 12, 2014

Recycle Yard - Closed April 18, 2014

The Recycle Yard will be closed April 18, 2014 Good Friday. Normal winter operating hours will resume on April 19, 2014. Please click the title for additional operating hours information

Spring into Action!

As the Spring season is finally here, the Town will be initiating many of our seasonal programs. Be on the “ Alert” for Town crews and Contractor crews that may be involved with several projects, which include line painting, street sweeping, pot hole repairs and sidewalk/curb repairs. Please click on the article title for more pertinent information. 

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