Public Notices

Free Sand Supplied for Coalhurst Residents

The Town of Coalhurst has a supply of sand available for residents to use on icy sidewalks and walkways. The sand is free of charge, just bring your own bucket or container.  You can pick the sand up at any one of the following 4 locations throughout town:

– 3905 Sundance Road (intersection of Sundance Drive and Sundance Road next to the mailboxes)

– 201 51st Avenue (southwest corner of the Esso station parking lot)

– 613 Spruce Drive (parking lot of Imperial Meadows Park)

– 7th Street next to the recycle area.

Director of Operations
Kevin Lewis


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Branding Ideas for the Town of Coalhurst

Council has been discussing the idea of a new branding concept for the Town.  The phrase “Coalhurst – A Place to Call Home” has been considered.

Council would like to have feedback on this idea from residents of Coalhurst.  Is this a phrase you feel describes your community?  Please take a moment and let Council know your thoughts.  You can e-mail or drop off your response, in writing, at the Town Office.

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Important: Sign-up Now for CodeRED

This could help in an emergency.  Click on CodeRED Emergency Alert system – Newsletter Update – Oct 31 2107 for important information on CodeRED.

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Snow & Sidewalk Shoveling

Looks like old man winter is just around the corner! Yup, that is right! Cold weather and snow will be upon us soon! Just a quick reminder to ensure everyone’s sidewalk is free of both snow and ice. This will ensure everyone using the sidewalks are able to enjoy them without fear of slipping and falling! It is each home owners’ responsibility as per the community bylaw or policy to ensure the sidewalks are clear of snow and ice.

All the snow must be removed 48 hours after the snow storm has ceased! Community Peace Officers will be out after each storm checking sidewalks. Let’s all do our part for sidewalk safety!

Thank you for your cooperation in this!

Coaldale and District Municipal Enforcement 


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Town Hall on Rural Crime Held in Champion – POSTPONED

MLA Schneider regrets to inform you that the Town Hall on rural crime has been postponed due to key presenters unable to attend and the value of the meeting would be lessened without their presence.

This was to be held on 24 October at 6:30 P.M. at the Champion Community Hall. Those who registered will be contacted by the MLA office.

A huge thank you for the support you have given on this event.


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New Town of Coalhurst Recreation Coordinator

The Town of Coalhurst is happy to announce that Deb Florence has been hired, effective September 27, 2017, to fill the position of the Town of Coalhurst Recreation Coordinator. The following is Deb’s contact information, or you can call the Town Office at 403-381-3033:

Deb Florence, Recreation Coordinator
Telephone: (403) 394-5150


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Update on Fires 10:45 p.m. Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Coalhurst crews are currently on scene in Moon Rover Estates helping the MD of Willow Creek fight a serious fire.

At this time there is no threat to Town of Coalhurst.

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Public Notice Regarding Fires Burning

The Town of Coalhurst is aware of fire burning north and west of Town.  Local Fire Department is on scene monitoring the situation.  Will inform residents if situation becomes emergent.

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Cinnamon Bun Fun Run Results

Thanks to everyone who participated in this year’s 2017 Cinnamon Bun Fun Run! Results and Finishers Certificates can be found at the following links. Looking forward to seeing even more next year!

Race Results

Finishers Certificates

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Public Forum With Council

Please come out and present/discuss with Council your ideas/vision for the Town for consideration over the next four years. 

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Council Chambers (100 – 51 Avenue)
 6:30 p.m.


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