UPDATE: Airport fuel system back in service

UPDATE:  We are happy to report the AVGAS (100LL) fueling system at the Athabasca Regional Airport is once again back in service. We appreciate everyone’s patience while the system was not functioning due to the extreme cold weather.   ——————————— Due to the extremely cold conditions being experienced in northern Alberta, the AVGAS (100LL) fueling system […]

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Special Council Meetings scheduled

This notice is to advise residents of two special meetings that were scheduled at the December 28, 2017 Regular Meeting of County Council.    SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING | Village of Boyle January 8, 2018 – 6:30 p.m.   SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING | Town of Athabasca January 10, 2018 – 5:00 p.m.   Both meetings will be hosted […]

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Development Permits – December 2017

Applications for the following Development Permits have been Approved: Permit No. 2017-D0195 Zoning: Country Residential Location: Baywin Estates; Lot 21, Block 2, Plan 1322637; SE-9-65-18-W4 Type: Variance – Allowing the Minimum Dwelling Size to be Relaxed by 37.9 sq m (408 sq ft) from 82.5 sq m (888 sq ft) to 44.6 sq m (480 […]

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Holiday Office Hours

To allow our staff an opportunity to spend time with family and friends during the holiday season, the County Administration Office, the offices of Family and Community Services (FCSS) and Public Works will be closed on the following days during the holiday season: • Monday, December 25, 2017 • Tuesday, December 26, 2017 • Wednesday, […]

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Athabasca County Conversation

Farm Woman of the Year and Seasonal Campsite Applications Athabasca County has a bi-weekly radio segment that airs on The BOOM 94.1 to help our residents, businesses and visitors stay up to date on County news. The segment airs every second Wednesday around 9:25 am. If you missed hearing it over the radio, you can […]

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Audits reveal a ‘Culture of Safety’

Athabasca County’s Farm Production Specialist demonstrates the proper way to secure an OHV on a trailer. This type of training takes place each year with all seasonal employees hired to conduct work during the summer months. Athabasca County has a health and safety management program to help ensure workplace safety is at the top-of-mind for […]

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Athabasca County student awarded AAAF bursary

An Athabasca County resident has received a Memorial Bursary from the Association of Alberta Agricultural Fieldmen (AAAF). In October Grace Nimco, was presented with a $1,000 cheque to assist her continue studying at the University of Alberta. She grew up on a farm in the Colinton/New Pine Creek area of Athabasca County and recently graduated […]

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