- 19, 2018
Thorsby to partner with Swirltex
The Town of Thorsby has signed on as the first community in Alberta to partner with Swirltex to collaborate and sell treated lagoon water to industry partners. While Thorsby currently meets both its Provincial and Federal legislated environment requirements on water discharge quality, this water re-use strategy will help to further minimize any potential environmental impacts of discharge of lagoon waters to fish bearing waters, and will also reduce the volume of fresh water diverted from Alb...
- 10, 2018
Christmas Lights Contest
Winner of the Thorsby and District Chamber of Commerce Christmas Lights Contest was: 4609 - 52 Street
- 05, 2018
Sidewalk Snow Removal
Sidewalks are used by everyone, kids walking to school, people out exercising, walking their dog, or just needing to get to the local store. Please do your part to help keep them safe! Ensure your sidewalk is cleared as soon as possible after a snow fall. Did you know, Thorsby has a Snow Angel policy? Please help those who need a hand. Note: Snow is required to be removed from sidewalks within 48 hours of a snowfall.
- 05, 2018
Calling all Snow Angels
Does your neighbour next door or down the street need a helping hand with snow removal and you’d like to help? Did you know that "Snow Angels" are permitted under our community standards bylaw. We only ask that you please be mindful of safety and ensure your powered equipment is plated and insured to be compliant with any provincial legislation.
- 16, 2018
Christmas in the Village
Thorsby & District Chamber of Commerce proudly presents its 25th Annual Customer Appreciation Night Friday, December 7, 2018 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. CHRISTMAS IN THE VILLAGE Lots of old favourites, plus lots more for this special celebratory event. Come out and join the fun!
- 19, 2018
ADVERTIZING BYLAW 2018-05
As part of recent changes to the Municipal Government Act s.216.1 (1) requiring that municipalities adopt a public participation policy, the modifications to the Municipal Government Act also recognize that electronic communication is widespread in todays society and allows for notification of statutory notices by electronic means. Bylaw 2018-08 provides for the additional methods of communication/notice to Thorsby residents via electronic means. However, it is not the intent of Council t...
- 19, 2018
COMMUNITY STANDARDS BYLAW AMENDMENT
Community Standards Bylaw #2016-18 section 2.7.4 prohibits the deposit of commercial flyers/private flyers, advertisements on power poles, light standards, municipal trees, benches, flower containers, garbage cans, sign posts, or other municipal, provincial or federal properties. While the intent of the bylaw is to limit visual nuisance and unsightly/unmaintained advertisements throughout the community, it also restricts the ability to allow community appropriate material to be displayed. ...
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