All the best to each and every one of you on all your future endeavors.
Miner’s Memorial Campground will open for the season on Monday May 15 2023.
Just a reminder that the campground has no powered sites, all campers must have a self sufficient unit. Coin operated shower facilities are available for use by registered campers. Please self register at the campground. Our site is run on a first come, first serve basis, no reservations will be accepted.
Miners Memorial Campground
5700 2 street
Coalhurst, AB T0L 0V0
Your voice is needed! If you are between 16 and 24, consider applying.
The Town Office will be closed for Christmas break from Friday December 23 @ 4:30 until Tuesday January 3 2023 @ 9:00am. Last day to make in office payments will be Friday December 23. Payments can be made online or through your bank.
For Public Works emergency, call 403-634-1627
RCMP Complaint 403-345-3000
From everyone at the Town Office, have a Merry Christmas and all the best in 2023.
Unofficial Election Results
Lagemaat, Ron- 259
Montina, Lyndsay-398 (elected)
Akkermans, Scott-253 (elected)
Caldwell, Heather Wanda-295 (elected)
Edgecombe-Green, Barbara, Jennifer-197
Florence, Deborah-287 (elected)
Potrie, Jesse-268 (elected)
The Town of Coalhurst would like to acknowledge and thank our Seniors. You are much appreciated as you are the backbone of our community.
Seniors, register by May 27, through Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) for your ‘Celebration in a Bag’, check link for details: Seniors Week – Register for a Celebration in a bag
Celebrate a senior with an act of kindness Seniors Week Celebrate a Senior.
Again, thanks to our Seniors for all you have done, and continue to do for our community.
Check out these new summer activities being held by the Town of Coalhurst and the Recreation Coordinator Deb Florence.
Check link for results from the May 22, 2018 Municipal Census: 2018 MUNICIPAL CENSUS COUNT
Census Enumerators will be going around the Town of Coalhurst from May 22 – June 10, 2018 collecting census information. If you will not be around during this time, you can email [email protected], or call the Town Office 403-381-3033, with your information. The attached link is a sample call back card that the Census Enumerators will be leaving if you are not home at the time of their visit. It provides the information that is required by the Town to Count You In. Call back card 2018. The following information will provide more information on the Census.
Census Day – May 22, 2018
Once again, the Town of Coalhurst will be conducting a Municipal Census. Commencing May 22, 2018 Census Workers, hired by the Town of Coalhurst, will be knocking on all the doors in Town asking for information related to the number and age group of people residing in each residence. Prior to starting their work, the Census Workers will take an Oath of Confidentiality and all information collected will be kept confidential and used only for the production of aggregated statistics. All responses will remain anonymous – names will not be associated with the questionnaire responses. Protection of privacy is guaranteed under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. All Census Workers will be wearing official identification.
The job of the Census Worker is very important. Your full cooperation and courtesy would be most appreciated. The information requested is essential for completing a successful census.
You will only be asked two questions – “the number of usual residents contained in this dwelling on May 22, 2018 and the age group of the residents?”
“The population counts for a community include all Canadian citizens, landed immigrants, and non-permanent residents whose usual place of residence is in that community, regardless of where they happen to be on Census Day. The counts also include all Canadian citizens, landed immigrants and non-permanent residents who are staying in the community (at the time of the census) and have no usual place of residence elsewhere in Canada.”
• all persons who usually live in the dwelling, even if they are temporarily away (such as on a business trip or at school), such as college/university students who have not established a permanent residence;
• any persons staying or visiting the dwelling who have no other usual home;
• unmarried persons who have a home elsewhere but stay in this dwelling most of the week while working;
• hotel residents and employees who have no permanent home elsewhere;
• any persons who usually live in the dwelling but are now in an institution (such as a hospital or correctional institution), if they have been there for less than six months (when enumerating an institution the reverse applies – these persons are not included);
• persons in the Armed Forces even if away on tour/rotation;
• infants born before or on the census date;
• deceased persons who were alive on the census date; and
• Students are included as usual residents at their permanent home (i.e. parents’ home) if they have not established a permanent home elsewhere.
The information collected in a census allows the Town to ensure that maximum grant funds are received from the Federal and Provincial Governments, as many are awarded on a per capita basis, and helps the Town, and related agencies and organizations, plan for the future. The census is being conducted under the authority of the Municipal Government Act.
The 2016 Federal Census concluded with a population of 2668. The Municipal Census taken for this year is expected to be completed by June 30, 2018.
For more information please contact the Town of Coalhurst Office at 403-381-3033.
Thanks for counting yourself in!
Come take part in the Town of Coalhurst’s 5th Annual Cinnamon Bun Run 5K.
Please contact Deb Florence, Recreation Coordinator at 403-394-5150 or e-mail [email protected] if you have any questions or need information.
Watch for details on upcoming run.
Check out the Summer 2018 edition of the Chinook Arch Regional Library System Horizons eNewsletter here: Horizons Summer 2018
Check out the Spring 2018 edition of the Chinook Arch Regional Library System Horizons eNewsletter here: Horizons Spring 2018
Check out the Chinook Arch Regional Library System Horizons Newsletter here: Horizons Winter 2018
Check out the Chinook Arch Regional Library System Horizons Newsletter here: Horizons Fall 2017
A link to these publication can also be found on their website: http://www.chinookarch.ca/about-us/news
Appreciate your volunteers. If you know someone who goes above and beyond and gives their time and effort to the community, feel free to nominate them. Below is a link to our Volunteer Recognition Nomination Form. Let’s show our thanks to our amazing volunteers by recognizing them!
Volunteer Spotlight October 2017_
If you are interested in volunteering check Community Resources or Job Opportunities on this web site or contact Deb Florence, Town of Coalhurst Recreation Coordinator, at 403-394-5150 or [email protected]
Coalhurst Youth Center
Summer – Please be aware that the Coalhurst Youth Centre will open Thursday evenings 7 – 10 p.m. during summer holidays.
Aside from summer hours, and any long weekend, the Coalhurst Youth Centre will be open Friday evenings from 7-10 p.m. We welcome all youth ages 12-18. Look forward to seeing you at the CYC!
Join our Facebook page – Coalhurst Youth Events – to stay informed about activities!
Looking for volunteers! If you would enjoy coming out to visit for a few hours a month, please send us a Facebook message!
Volunteers needed: VOLUNTEERS URGENTLY NEEDED YOUTH COMMITTEE
SENIORS 80TH BIRTHDAYS IN 2018
A few Seniors from the 55+ Society have, or will, celebrate their 80th Birthday in 2018.
Check 80th Brithday party to see who was honoured.
With 2017 coming to a close, Seniors and Housing wants to bring your attention to some important events that are happening in 2018.
Registration Now Open!
Face It: Elder Abuse Happens – Community of Practice, Taking Action Conference
April 30 to May 2, 2018
River Cree Resort and Casino, Enoch, AB
Early Bird registration closes March 2, 2018: $249
Regular Registration closes April 13, 2018 $299
Alberta Seniors and Housing and the Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Council are pleased to co-host the 2018 Face It: Elder Abuse Happens – Community of Practice, Taking Action conference on May 1 and 2, with a pre-conference session on April 30. The Face It: Elder Abuse Happens Conference provides opportunities for professionals to network, hear from dynamic speakers and learn more about the complexities of elder abuse.
For more information and to register, please visit: http://albertaelderabuse.ca/
June 3 to 9, 2018, is Seniors’ Week in Alberta
Co-Host the Provincial Launch Event on June 4, 2018!
Seniors make a difference in our communities every day. Seniors’ Week is an opportunity for all Albertans to recognize and celebrate the contributions of seniors by participating in the many events taking place across the province.
Alberta Seniors and Housing invites proposals from municipalities and senior-serving organizations to co-host the 2018 Seniors’ Week Provincial Launch Event on June 4, 2018. The deadline for submissions is February 1, 2018.
For more information and to apply, please visit: http://www.seniors-housing.alberta.ca/seniors/seniors-week.html
Click on link for information of this new activity at the Coalhurst 55+ Club
Stitch Along With Friends
Click on link to learn more about the 55 Plus Society: COALHURST SENIORS IN ACTION
Click on the following link for information and details:
For more information contact Jann Conarroe at 403-634-6187.