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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 13,000 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 accepted the report on the KARE Program for information with the intention for FCSS to present Council with a step by step presentation of the KARE program on October 19, 2016.
  • Council directed Administration to draft a lease agreement with the SCC to include the following terms:
-5 Year Term beginning January 1, 2017 with the option to extend the term for an additional 5 year term
-50/50 cost sharing of the Electrical charges.
THAT Council formally express their gratitude to the Strathmore Curling Board for 30 years of service.
  • Council gave first and second reading to Bylaw No. 16-14 Taxi Bylaw.
  • Councillor Blokland was opposed to giving unanimous consent to a third reading of Bylaw No. 16-14 Taxi Bylaw.
  • Council accepted the County’s letter as information.
  • Council granted an extension to FCSS to report back on a plan for the recommendations indicated in the FCSS Needs Assessment to the November 2, 2016 Regular Council Meeting.
  • Council postponed the Appointment of Auditors to the October 19, 2016 Regular Council Meeting.
  • Council approved Infrastructure to continue with the project and award the Ag Grounds Water Service Metering project to Blackie Site Works LTD. and Corix and increase the budget to $122,908.00 + GST with the difference between the budgeted amount and the amount recommended to come out of the Financial Stabilization Reserve based on Allnorth’s recommendation. – Councillor Grajczyk was opposed
  • Council approved Infrastructure to proceed with Option 2 for RRFB Installation at Parklane Drive and Parklane Way with an estimated budget of $48,000 + GST.
  • Council allocated the funds for the RRFB Installation at Parklane Drive and Parklane Way from the Financial Stabilization Reserve in the amount of $48,000.00 + GST.
  • Council authorize administration to submit an application to the Canada 150 Fund for the Mosaic de l’Histoire legacy project.
THAT Council approve the installation of the Mosaic de l’Histoire within the Town of Strathmore and that Council commit to ongoing ownership and maintenance of the site beyond installation pending approval of funding through the Canada 150 Fund.
  • Council proclaimed the week of September 25-October 1, 2016 as Development Officers Week in Strathmore.
To view the Agenda from the September 21, 2016 Regular Council Meeting Click HERE

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