The Town of Coalhurst offers a variety of community services that all residents can enjoy.
The Coalhurst Post Office is located at 201 – 51 Avenue and operates Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Access to lock boxes is 24 hours/7 days a week. Telephone: (403) 381-4443.
Volunteer Fire Department
The Town of Coalhurst Fire Department is located at 702 – 55 Avenue and is a volunteer fire department. If you’re interested in being part of the team, submit a resumé at the Town Office to the attention of the Interim Fire Chief, Mitch Sorsdahl.
Fire Hall: 403-381-3633
Coalhurst Bylaw Enforcement
The following link will provide contact information for:
Crime Stoppers – RCMP Contact Information
FCSS (Family & Community Support Services)
Information for support and counselling services. Check under Community Calendar for programs and services being offered.
FCSS Monthly Message September 2021
FCSS Monthly Message August 2021
FCSS Monthly Message July 2021
FCSS Monthly Message June
FCSS Monthly Message May 2021
FCSS Monthly Message April 2021
FCSS February 2021 – Tax Return Assistance
Check our Community Calendar section for events/programs/classes, etc.
Community Futures Lethbridge Region
SouthGrow Regional Initiative
News and information:
SouthGrow and MNP issue call for applicants for annual Agri-food Futures Scholarships. Check links for details: SouthGrow Press Release Call for Agri-food Futures Scholarship – 2021;
SouthGrow 2021 Call for Applicants-Scholarships
Chinook Arch Regional Library
Oldman Watershed Council
SOUTHERN ALBERTA WATER CHARTER 2017
The Town of Coalhurst’s action, as part of the Oldman Watershed Council- Southern Alberta Water Charter 2017, is committing to the planting of some trees in Sundance Park, with the assistance of students from the Coalhurst Elementary School and the Coalhurst High School.
The Town of Coalhurst takes pride in the beautification of the environment in which we live, and helping to give our residents and visitors beautiful green space in which to enjoy nature and the outdoors.
September 1, 2021
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