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Archive: October 2016

New Building Code Requirements

Monday, October 31, 2016

Beginning November 1, 2016, new building permit applications will be required to show compliance with updated national and provincial building codes that outline new energy efficiency standards: All housing and small building permit applications must comply with Section 9.36 of the 2014 Alberta Read More...

Updates to Agricultural Grant Programs

Thursday, October 27, 2016

This week, changes were announced to the On-Farm Energy Management grant. The maximum was raised from $50,000 to $750,000 at the 70% cost share level, and would apply to projects from April 1, 2013. This may help with any eligible activities done in the past or being considering now, to make Read More...

Council Decisions: October 25, 2016

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Here is a brief summary of the decisions of Rocky View County Council at the October 25, 2016 Council Meeting. More details are available on the Council Minutes and Archives page.Planning ItemsDivision 7 – File: PL20150055 (08616001), Bylaw C-7605-2016, Re-designation Item – New or Distinct Read More...

Rocky View County Council Makes Annual Appointments

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Rocky View County Council has held its annual organizational meeting to elect a Reeve and Deputy Reeve and make appointments to positions on a number of boards and committees.Council acclaimed Greg Boehlke to a second term as Reeve, and Earl Solberg to a second term as Deputy Reeve. Under the Read More...

Council Decisions: October 11, 2016

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Here is a brief summary of the decisions of Rocky View County Council at the October 11, 2016, Council Meeting.  More details are available on the Council Minutes and Archives page.Emergent Item Division 8 – Councillor Lowther moved that the County take action to lower water levels in a pond on Read More...

Snow Fence Installation Begins

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Rocky View County road crews will begin installing temporary snow fencing this week on County roads. This fencing helps reduce snow drifts on the road. Work will continue until the end of November, 2016.Snow fences are typically: Installed before ground frost sets too deep Placed 25 to 35 Read More...

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