The City of St. Albert and Sturgeon County’s joint Intermunicipal Affairs Committee (IAC), consisting of all members of both municipal Councils, held a regularly scheduled meeting on February 28, 2018 to discuss matters of mutual interest.
Council voted in favour of appointing Mr. Bill Minnes as the organization's Interim Chief Administrative Officer
Sturgeon County Council voted in favour of appointing Mr. Bill Minnes as the organization’s Interim Chief Administrative Officer during the Regular Council Meeting on January 9, 2018 until a permanent replacement is chosen.
Following pre-budget meetings and three days of budget deliberations, Sturgeon County Council unanimously approved the 2018 Operating and Capital Budget
Following pre-budget meetings and three days of budget deliberations, Sturgeon County Council unanimously approved the 2018 Operating and Capital Budget which continues to focus on delivering quality services while providing value for taxes to residents.
Canada’s newest refinery takes next step to full operations
Alberta-made diesel is now flowing from the Sturgeon Refinery, marking an important milestone on the way to full commercial operation, which is scheduled for next year.
The City of St. Albert and Sturgeon County Annexation Negotiating Committee met on December 6, 2017.
This was the first meeting for the joint committee, which includes representation from both Councils, following the City of St. Albert’s Notice of Intent to Annex lands from Sturgeon County on June 15, 2017.
Effective December 5, 2017
Sturgeon County Council has ended the contract with Chief Administrative Officer, Peter Tarnawsky, effective December 5, 2017.
Arrests were made and charges laid in relation to two separate home invasions
Following a lengthy investigation involving Morinville General Investigation Section (GIS), the Forensic Identification Section and the RCMP Edmonton Serious Crimes Branch, arrests were made and charges laid in relation to two separate home invasions.
Residents are invited to attend public meetings for phase 2 of the Northeast River Crossing (NERC) Functional Planning Study.
This study will identify a potential location for a proposed future roadway and bridge over the North Saskatchewan River, connecting Edmonton and Strathcona County.
Signs Municipal Improvement Agreement with Canada Kuwait Petrochemical Corporation
Sturgeon County continues to showcase itself as the place to do business by entering into a support agreement with Canada Kuwait Petrochemical Corporation (CKPC) proposing to build a $4 billion petrochemical complex in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland.
October 24, 2017
Thank you to everyone who participated in the democratic process. It’s important that everyone exercise their right to vote as it makes a difference.
CN Crews remain on the scene of Sunday's derailment
Residents returned to their homes yesterday evening as CN crews, including dangerous goods and environmental teams, remain on the scene of Sunday’s derailment and are continuing their clean-up which is expected to continue through the day.
Residents will return to their homes after 7 p.m following a CN Railway Train derailment that occurred this afternoon in Sturgeon Valley.
Emergency Services will be present and clean up efforts will continue overnight and the next couple of days.
A CN Railway Train derailed at approximately 1:30 p.m. in Sturgeon County
As a precautionary measure, residents were evacuated at approximately 2 p.m. from two subdivisions, affecting approximately 46 homes in the Sturgeon Valley area.
Alanna Hnatiw was elected Mayor of Sturgeon County in the 2017 Municipal Election on October 16.
5,562 Sturgeon County residents voted in the 2017 Election, for an official voter turnout of 36 per cent. The voter turnout at the advance polls increased for this election, with 364 people casting their votes.
1,715 Sturgeon County residents participated in the 2017 Resident Satisfaction Survey between May 22 and July 14, 2017.
1,715 Sturgeon County residents participated in the 2017 Resident Satisfaction Survey between May 22 and July 14, 2017. Respondents had the option to submit feedback via hard copy that was mailed to each home in Sturgeon County or login to the online survey hosted on a third-party firm confidential web server.