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Carrot Creek Regional Master Drainage Plan

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The Municipalities of St. Albert, Sturgeon County and the Town of Morinville, have collaboratively embarked on the development of a Regional Master Drainage Plan, surrounding Carrot Creek. The Master Drainage Plan will provide various outputs, inclusive of long-term support to lands within the watershed and study the movement of surface water throughout the area towards Carrot Creek.


Media Statement

New Task Force To Create Framework To Advance Hydrogen Economy in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland

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Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Hydrogen Task Force Brings Together The Region’s Mayors, Industry And Energy Leaders, Academic Experts And More 

May 14, 2020, Edmonton, AB – Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Hydrogen Task Force, an independent working group created to develop a framework to implement a hydrogen economy in the region, was officially launched today.


Meeting Notice

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COMMUNITY SERVICES ADVISORY BOARD MEETING NOTICE

Please be advised that, in accordance with the Meeting Procedures (COVID-19 Suppression) Regulation, the May 11, 2020 Community Services Advisory Board Meeting will be held by teleconference beginning at 6:30 p.m.


Sturgeon County Votes to Explore the Benefits of Regional Transit Services

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Sturgeon County Council has decided to transition its role on the Regional Transit Services Commission (RTSC) to an advisory membership. The decision will take effect immediately and will support the County to weigh-in on key issues without a formalized voting or financial requirement.


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Sturgeon County Council passes 2020 Tax Rate Bylaw

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On April 28, 2020 Sturgeon County formally passed its 2020 Tax Rate Bylaw. Recognizing the ongoing challenges presented by COVID-19, the County has decided to forgo earlier plans to increase tax rates by 1.18%. The decision to keep rates steady with a 0% increase balances the need to support local ratepayers while focusing on key capital and operating initiatives to support the local economy.


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Sturgeon County resource extraction regulation changes to be informed by public engagement

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Sturgeon County, Alberta – Sturgeon County today passed a motion to move forward with creative public engagement strategies related to resource extraction regulation bylaw review.

“We are fortunate to have valuable sand and gravel resources at our disposal,” said Sturgeon County Mayor Alanna Hnatiw, “The County recognizes the importance of protecting these natural assets and proactively managing potential extraction guidelines and policies.”


Annexation Negotiating Sub-Committee Agrees to Annexation Boundary

Meeting held April 17, 2020

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The City of St. Albert and Sturgeon County’s Annexation Negotiating Sub-Committee met on April 17, 2020 to discuss the City’s proposed annexation of a portion of land from Sturgeon County.

The two municipalities are pleased to announce that the Sub-Committee has completed negotiations for an annexation boundary line recommendation. The boundary line is similar to the annexation area presented to the public in 2019, but has been adjusted within the northwest section, based upon intermunicipal negotiation. Lands that were previously removed from annexation consideration in the southwest and northeast sections of the area remain excluded.


Media Statement

April 17, 2020

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Council passes motion for service and seasonal staff reductions due to COVID-19

Sturgeon County, Alberta – COVID-19 is having a significant impact on the businesses and residents within Sturgeon County. Council reviewed short and longer-term scenarios in private during a portion of the April 14th Council meeting.


Media Statement

April 1, 2020 for immediate release

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Council votes to waive penalties for residential utility bills and extends residential tax deadline to reduce economic impact of COVID-19 on residents

Sturgeon County, Alberta – Yesterday, Sturgeon County Council voted to waive residential penalties on unpaid municipal water and wastewater accounts from March 31 to June 30 while assuring disconnections of these services will not be performed by Sturgeon County during this time period.


Sturgeon County Public Buildings Closure Notice

Information Release March 17, 2020

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Sturgeon County, Alberta – As Sturgeon County continues to navigate the dynamic and changing landscape related to the global COVID19 pandemic, we remain committed to the delivery of essential services while ensuring the health and safety of our residents and staff. In an effort to do this, the following changes are in effect immediately:


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