Ground Breakers Construction is scheduling to begin side walk repairs on Monday, September 19. Beginning with the hand work in front of the Coalhurst Legion. Spruce Drive to start on Sept 26.
The Coalhurst Miners Memorial Park campground & sewer dump will be closed September 15, 2022 for the season.
The splash park will be closed for the season on Sunday September 11, 2022.
Please be advised of the following sidewalk construction which will begin mid-September.
There has been a slight change of angle to the new crosswalk on 6th Street at the intersection of 52nd Avenue from what is shown on the drawings. Coalhurst Roads and Sidewalks
Director of Operations
This is a friendly reminder that the grass and/or weeds on your property require mowing and/or removal. Residents are responsible for control of grass and weeds, including from your property line to the centre of the back alley, if applicable.
Thank you for your attention. If already addressed, thank you and please disregard this notice.
Town of Coalhurst
Check out this media release Call to Action to the Government of Alberta
2022 Assessment/Property Tax Notices were mailed the beginning of June 2022. For your convenience, tax payments may be made by using any of the following methods:
- In person at the Town Office by cheque, cash or Interac during office hours (9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)
- Cheque in a sealed envelope dropped off in the drop off box located at the entrance to the Town Office, after office hours
- By mail (post marked not later than July 31st to avoid penalty)
- Telephone/Online banking. (Please make sure you use your roll number on your tax assessment notice as your account number when paying)
- Credit Card – through 3rd party – website:
*Please note that payments may take 3-5 business days to process and that a Plastiq service fee will be applied. (a fee of up to 2.85% may apply to card payments.)
For all online/telephone banking payments, please pay 2-3 days prior to allow for processing in order to avoid penalties.
Please make cheque payable to: Town of Coalhurst, Box 456 Coalhurst, AB T0L 0V0
If you have recently acquired property and/or have not received a 2022 tax notice, please contact the Town Office at (403) 381-3033. Late payment penalties will not be waived for reason of non-receipt of Tax Notice.
TAXES PAID AFTER JULY 31ST WILL BE ASSESSED A PENALTY OF 12%
The Town of Coalhurst Recreation and Culture Committee is looking for a summer student to coordinate the town’s annual Miner’s Day Parade. This position will schedule the parade participants, liaise with the R&C committee and be responsible for the logistics the day of the parade. Payment will be in the form of an honorarium.
Applications can be submitted to [email protected]. Applications close on July 3.
Alberta Health Services (AHS) is developing a long-term Provincial Service Plan for Emergency Medical Services (EMS). This service plan, which will be completed by September 30, will:
- Reflect how EMS integrates into Alberta’s health system
- Provide the vision and direction for EMS in Alberta for the next five years
- Create a clear “roadmap” showing how AHS will accomplish this.
AHS completed its first phase of engagement in April 2022 and recently released a report. Feedback from the engagement process will inform the development of the plan.
Protect Your Basement With Downspout Extensions
The importance of downspout extensions can not be overstated. The following illustrations show how storm water can infiltrate the foundation of your home if your downspout extensions are not in place, and how stormwater has the potential to damage your building foundation, enter your basement and cause your sump pump to run more often (if your property has a sump pump).
If your home has weeping tile, you do want to prevent water from getting to the weeping tile as the water may enter other parts of the foundation if the weeping tile gets overloaded or plugged with silt/debris. Some older homes may have weeping tile tied into the sanitary sewer system, this can be costly for wastewater treatment of storm water.
The Town of Coalhurst Utility Bylaw #319-06 states that extensions must be installed on downspouts to a minimum of 2 meters (6 feet). Protect your home and the town sanitary sewer system by insuring that your downspouts carry water away from your foundation.
For more information on drainage and flood prevention, see “The Handbook for Reducing Basement Flooding” in the Utilities and Services section on the Town of Coalhurst web site at www.coalhurst.ca or contact the Town of Coalhurst at 403-381-3033.
On May 31, 2022, Council passed the finalized 2022 Operating and Capital Budget. Check out highlights: 2022 Operating & Capital Budget Highlights
The Town of Coalhurst hereby gives notice that the 2022 Combined Assessment and Property Tax Notices will be mailed to all property owners during the first week of June 2022. Check details: Mailing of 2022 taxes PUBLIC NOTICE
A Public Hearing will be held in the Coalhurst Council Chambers at 7:00 p.m. on June 21, 2022 in regards to proposed Bylaw No. 434-22 and Bylaw No. 435-22. Check link for all details: public hearings bylaw 434-22, 435-22
The opening date of June 1, 2022 for the Coalhurst Spray park has been delayed due to contractor scheduling. Opening date will be posted soon.
Town Council will be holding strategic planning workshops in June of 2022. Part of the process includes asking residents about their opinions within the community. This survey is the method of gathering that information.
The survey will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete (link below). Hard copies of the survey can also be picked up at the Town Office for those who prefer this method.
The survey will close on May 30, 2022. (at 5:00pm)
Council thanks all residents, in advance, for their participation in this important process.
The YWCA is now looking for energetic people who love to work with children in the Neighbourhood Play Program
Neighbourhood Play Program Leader- Job Posting May 2022
May 6, 2022
With the opening of the Miners’ Memorial Park Campground on May 15, 2022, the access roadway between the ball diamonds and the soccer fields will also be opened. Please note, the intent of the roadway is to allow access to the RV sewer dump station and for emergency vehicles, if required. For safety reasons, such as spectators and children moving between parked vehicles, the roadway has been posted as a “No Parking” area.
The Town of Coalhurst would like to thank you for your attention to the “No Parking” signage to avoid any potential situations.
Bridge construction carrying Hwy 25 over Hwy 3 interchange, north of Lethbridge will be on-going from May 2 until July 25, 2022. Please note that the posted speed will be 30 km/hr for Hwy 25 traffic and there will be no detour. Both NB and SB traffic lanes will be accommodated on the east side of the bridge. Expect delays.