Archive: September 2012

Rocky View County and Town of Cochrane approve joint planning process for Agricultural Society lands

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Cochrane, Alberta – The Town of Cochrane and Rocky View County Councils are pleased to announce a joint planning project for the Cochrane Agricultural Society Lands has been approved, with representatives from Rocky View County, the Town of Cochrane and the Cochrane & District Agricultural Society Read More...

Rocky View County Opens Elbow Valley Fire Station #101

Monday, September 24, 2012

Rocky View County, Alberta – On September 22, 2012 Rocky View County celebrated the grand opening of the Elbow Valley Fire Station #101 with a ribbon and cake cutting ceremony, a barbeque lunch, children’s entertainment and tours of the facility and equipment.Construction of the facility began in Read More...

Next Step Begins for Rocky View County Plan

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Rocky View County, Alberta – Rocky View County is pleased to announce 1276 residents completed the priorities survey. The full survey results were released enabling the next step in the County Plan process to begin with seven interactive workshops held throughout the county.“Rocky View’s residents Read More...

Federal-Provincial Investment Supports Improved Water Services for Bragg Creek Residents

Monday, September 17, 2012

Bragg Creek, Alberta – On September 14, 2012, the Honourable Ted Menzies, Minister of State for Finance, on behalf of the Honourable Lynne Yelich, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification, together with the Honourable Ric McIver, Minister of Alberta Transportation, announced government Read More...

Langdon Playground Reopened

Friday, September 14, 2012

The playground in Langdon Park, subject to recent repair work, was reopened to the public this morning. The repair work has been completed and the portable fencing surrounding the playground removed. Thank you for your patience.

Langdon Mosquito Update - September 14

Friday, September 14, 2012

Results from recent mosquito monitoring showed: Within controlled area: 500 Outside controlled area: 1500The traps have now been removed from their locations.This post is an update in the ongoing Langdon mosquito control project. See Mosquitoes in Rocky View for more information.

Rocky View County approves amendment to the North Springbank Area Structure Plan and Bingham Crossing Conceptual Scheme

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Rocky View County, Alberta – At their regular meeting on September 11, 2012, Rocky View County Council approved the Bingham Crossing Conceptual Scheme (PDF) and an amendment to the North Springbank Area Structure Plan (PDF) to allow the future development of a village centre with office, retail, Read More...

Rocky View County works with other municipalities to reduce invasive aquatic weed by 99 per cent

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Rocky View County, Alberta – Rocky View County, along with the City of Calgary, County of Wheatland, and M.D. of Foothills, have successfully reduced the amount of Purple Loosestrife found along the Bow River area by 99 per cent since 1999. Purple Loosestrife, declared a prohibited noxious weed in Read More...

Rocky View County Council Recognized for Springbank Park Support

Monday, September 10, 2012

On September 8, 2012, Rocky View County Council was formally recognized for their ongoing support to Springbank Park For All Seasons.Rocky View County has been supporting Springbank Park For All Seasons, a not for profit society, for many years. The County’s contributions total over $3 million over Read More...

Rocky View County breaks ground on Infrastructure and Operations facilities

Friday, September 7, 2012

Rocky View County, Alberta – Rocky View County Council broke ground on September 7 to celebrate the start of construction for the Infrastructure and Operations building site in Phase II of the Municipal Campus Project. Participating in the ceremony was Reeve Rolly Ashdown, Deputy Reeve Margaret Read More...

Langdon Mosquito Update - September 5

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

The final Monitoring was done on August 23rd. The results for this week were very favorable as only two areas in town were found to either hold water at all or hold the thresholds needed to treat. Meaning only two treatments were done for the town in the last week of the treatment and monitoring Read More...

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