Welcome to Drayton Valley!
Partial Fire Ban in Effect
Please be advised that there is now a Partial Fire Ban in effect meaning "A fire advisory occurs when the fire hazard in the area is Moderate to High. Wildfires can start from most accidental causes and spread moderately through dry brush and grasses. Fire crews should be able to contain a wildfire with minimal support. Wildfires not suppressed immediately can still become very serious fires. OUTDOOR BURNING IS PERMITTED ONLY WITH A FIRE PERMIT OR AN APPROVED FIRE PIT OR BURNING APPLIANCE." Please call 1(780)514-2216 with any questions or concerns or visit us on our website @ www.dvffa.com.
Imagine Drayton Valley
Drayton Valley Mayor and Town Council would like to thank all residents who came out to the Canada Day festivities and provided Council with feedback to our Imagine Drayton Valley campaign. This initiative is valuable to Council as it allows priorities to be set and begin preparations for next year’s budget. Council asked the public “What is your one big idea to make Drayton Valley Better?” Although we feel that the Town of Drayton Valley is already wonderful Imagine Drayton Valley helps us discover what residents want for the community. The response was overwhelming. The public shared many creative ideas including:
· New Aquatic Centre Considerations
· Affordable Housing Projects
· More Special Events, including Family Friendly Events, in the Community
· Expanded Traffic Enforcement for Improved Safety
Council has received the results and is now working towards moving forward with the above initiatives among other recommendations from the public. Council is looking forward to engaging with the public next at the Community Registration night by asking residents more pointed questions regarding their priorities. If you have advice you would like council to hear please provide your feedback in person at Community Registration night.
Community Registration Night
September 9th, 2014 6:30pm-8:30pm
MacKenzie Conference Centre & Curling Lounge
2014 Fall Clean up is Scheduled for October 6-10. To see the clean-up guidelines find out when your area will be serviced please see the Fall Clean-up 2014 handout.
Registration forms can be found here
If you are looking to consent to anti-spam please click HERE to submit your consent.
Animal Control RFP available HERE
Construction along 50th St from 46th Ave to 52nd Ave is now completed.
Parking restrictions are no longer in effect. Thank you for your cooperation and patience during the construction delays
Notice Hydrant Flushing:
The Town of Drayton Valley is preparing to start our annual Fire Hydrant Flushing Program. Flushing begins mid-June, and carries on throughout summer and into fall.
Residents may notice a slight rusty discoloration or milky appearance in their water. However, the water is safe and has been properly treated.
If you experience any changes in your water, please run your taps until the water runs clear.
If your water does not return clear within 20 minutes, please call the town office at 780-514-2200
Library Summer Reading Program
Information can be found at the Drayton Valley Library here
New and Note Worthy
Council Agendas and Minutes can be found on the Council Agendas & Minutes Page.
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