Thanks to a partnership between Sturgeon County, the City of St. Albert, and the St. Albert Nordic Ski Club, there are now more than 7 kilometres of groomed cross-country ski trails for residents and visitors to explore.
Sturgeon County is now accepting nomination applications from residents interested in running in the 2021 Municipal Election taking place on October 18, 2021.
Sturgeon County is receiving $2.2 million from the Government of Alberta’s Municipal Stimulus Program to construct a waterline connecting the Hamlet of Villeneuve and the Villeneuve Airport. The funding, part of Alberta’s Recovery Plan, will be used to construct a waterline essential to the airport’s growth and support business development.
Highlights from the January 13, 2021 Sturgeon County Council meeting
The highlights from the January 12, 2021, Sturgeon County Council Meeting which included an update on the resource extraction public consultation and a potential new online business director
Residents encouraged to Get Outside to Cardiff Park and enjoy the new ice and lights in a safe, socially-distanced way
Surrounded by lights, the unique 375-metre natural ice surface is for all ages. Located in Cardiff Park, the trail winds through the trees in a full loop, making it accessible for new and experienced skaters.
Highlights from the last Sturgeon County Council Meeting
Sturgeon County Council has declared that high-speed internet is a necessity, not a luxury, for its residents and businesses.
New budget focuses on roads, broadband, economic development, and safety
Sturgeon County is investing in new and better roads, faster internet, local economic development, and a safer community.
Sturgeon County isn’t just asking you to shop local – they’re helping connect residents and visitors with local businesses this holiday season.
What you need to know about the new measures in the Edmonton region:
Alberta is now under a state of public health emergency. Beginning November 24 and extending for three weeks, additional restrictions are in place for the Edmonton area and other enhanced regions.
The highlights from the November 24, 2020, Sturgeon County Council Meeting ...
15-person limit on family and social gatherings, two-week ban on indoor group fitness classes and team sports among new restrictions
“By choosing to take extra measures for the next two weeks, we have a greater potential to stop or slow the community spread. Hopefully, this will give our healthcare providers the time needed to do the testing and contact tracing required to understand, manage, and stop the spread,” said Mayor Alanna Hnatiw.
The highlights from the Sturgeon County Regular Council Meeting
Sturgeon County and Town of Morinville remember together
As we are unable to gather in our traditional places this Remembrance Day, the Town of Morinville and Sturgeon County are inviting residents to stand on their front porches at 11 a.m. for two minutes, and pay their respects to those who have, and continue to fight, for our freedoms.
As of November 6, all residents and visitors must follow the mandatory 15 person limit on social and family gatherings (indoors and outdoors) where people are mixing and mingling
The Government of Alberta announced today that there is now a mandatory 15-person limit on indoor and outdoor social and family gatherings for communities in the Calgary and Edmonton zone, including Sturgeon County.