Public Notices

2018 License Renewals

The Town of Coalhurst Business License and Dog License renewal invoices were mailed out the beginning of January, 2018. 2018 licenses are due and payable upon receipt.  If you have not received your 2018 invoice, please contact the Town Office at 403-381-3033.  Community Peace Officers will be following up on unpaid licenses and fines may be handed out for noncompliance.

If you no longer require your license, please make sure to notify the Town Office so our files can be updated accordingly.

Thank you for your attention and cooperation.

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Snow Removal

” Now that the snow has stopped, all residents are reminded of the need to clear the sidewalks in front of their homes and businesses of snow and ice. Let’s all work together to reduce walking hazards on the sidewalks.” 

Thanks for your cooperation.

Coaldale & District Municipal Enforcement

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2018 Municipal By-Elections

The Town of Coalhurst will be holding a Municipal By-Election on February 22, 2018 for the position of one (1) Councillor.


FORM 2                                                           Notice of Nomination Day

Local Authorities Election Act

(Section 26)

Local Jurisdiction: Town of Coalhurst, Province of Alberta.

Notice is hereby given that Nomination Day is Thursday, January 25, 2018 and that nominations for the election of candidates for the following offices will be received at the location of the local jurisdiction office set out below between the hours of 10:00 A.M. and 12:00 noon on Nomination Day. All candidates shall pay a deposit of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) when filing their nomination paper. The deposit shall be paid in cash, by certified cheque or by money order.  Nomination papers are available at the below specified location.


Office(s): Number of Vacancies
Councillor     1

Location (Address) of Local Jurisdiction Office:
100 – 51st Avenue
Town of Coalhurst
Administration Building

Dated at the Town of Coalhurst in the Province of Alberta, this 3rd day of January 2018.

(Returning Officer)


Town of Coalhurst Nomination Packages for the office of Councillor (1) for the 2018 Municipal By-Election will be available at the Town Administration Building 100 – 51 Avenue on January 5, 2018. Packages may be picked up Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.



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Christmas Decorating Contest Results

Thanks to everybody who participated in the Christmas Decorating Contest this year!


Judging for the final 5 houses was based on the following criteria:

  1. Unique design and creative use of lights, decorations and music
  2. Display and placement of decorations, lights and objects
  3. Over all presentation (color coordination, balance and attractiveness)


We’d like to thank everyone who took the time to vote over the past few days! After all of the votes were tallied, here are the Top 3 decorated houses in Coalhurst:

  1. 629 49th Ave Close
  2. 4614 6th Street
  3. 206 50th Ave


The Town of Coalhurst would like to thank residents who decorated their houses and assisted in making the Town look so jolly this year! Judging was no easy task as there are so many festive light displays!


Thank you for letting the spirit of the holidays shine bright in Coalhurst!

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Coalhurst Miner’s Days 2nd Annual General Meeting 2018

The Miner’s Days Historical Association of Coalhurst is pleased to extend an invitation for your presence at the Miner’s Days 2nd Annual General Meeting.


The AGM is scheduled for:

January 24, 2018 from 6:30pm – 7:30pm, in the Ron Coombes room at the Community Centre.

527 50 Ave, Coalhurst AB

For Inquiries, please contact


Deb Florence at (403) 892-2316

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Garbage Pick Up For Christmas and New Years

Be advised that there will be no changes to the garbage pick up schedule over the holiday season.

Garbage pick up as usual.

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Important Notice Regarding Garbage Pick-up


Notice To Residents

 –  All garbage placed in garbage cart must be in bags.

If garbage is not in bags, it may fall or blow out of the truck during loading.

–   Do not over fill your garbage cart.

Bags overfilled may fall out during loading.

Garbage spilled from improper filling of the garbage cart is the responsibility of the resident.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Kevin Lewis
Director of Operations
Town of Coalhurst

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Message from the Mayor

It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of our friend and colleague, Sheldon Watson, on Sunday, November 26, 2017. Sheldon has served the Town of Coalhurst as a councillor since October 2013 and was appointed Deputy Mayor in October 2017.  He was committed to the growth and well-being of our community and contributed countless hours of service ensuring public needs were honoured. Quick in his humour and always positive, Sheldon made every meeting and task enjoyable. Despite having cancer, Sheldon remained an active member of Town Council and attended as many events as possible. Our heartfelt sympathies are extended to his wife, Melody, and children, Emily and Jessica.  Sheldon made a difference in our community and although he has passed away, he will not be forgotten.   

As soon as the Town knows the wishes of the family and the plans for Sheldon’s memorial service we will let you know.



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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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