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Town of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta
The Town of Rocky Mountain House acknowledges that the land on which we gather is Treaty 6 Territory and a traditional meeting ground and home for many Indigenous Peoples, including the Blackfoot, Cree, Saulteaux, Stoney and Métis.
A By-election is scheduled for November 21, 2022, to fill one vacant councillor position.
Interested candidates should review the Handbook for Candidates.
The deadline to file nomination papers is Monday, October 24 at 12 noon.
Residential curbside recycling collection is underway!
Click LEARN MORE below to read up on this exciting step forward in waste reduction and diversion.
If you have recently purchased a property in the Town of Rocky
Mountain House and have not received a notice of assessment or property tax notice, please contact the Property Taxation Coordinator at the Town office. Due to delays at the Alberta Land Titles Office we may not have received the change of ownership information before these notices were mailed. It is your responsibility to contact the Property Tax Coordinator prior to the July 31, 2022 tax deadline.
Property Taxation Coordinator
Stettler and Wainwright have challenged Rocky Mountain House to a Walk ‘n’ Roll “I’m Just Less Driven” friendly competition this summer!
Which town can register the most destinations reached by walking/biking (therefore being “less driven” by vehicles)?
1. Walk or bike to a destination.
This is not about going for a walk/bike ride for exercise. It’s about
using walking and biking as your mode of transportation!
2. Leave your car at home.
3. Submit your trips each week right here!
You can now use your Rocky Pass to access many online services!
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