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Our Public Works crew was out salting and sanding over the weekend in an effort to combat the icy conditions due to the freeze/thaw cycles. They will be continuing this work throughout the week with more warm temperatures in the forecast.
In an effort to help our residents salt and sand their own driveways and sidewalks, Public Works has put out sand at the Recycling Centre which is available free of charge. Please bring your own container.
We thank everyone for their patience as our crews work hard to get all roadways sanded! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for your comments! Our Public Works team is hard work tending to icy areas in our community, and will ensure that all areas receive salt and sand as soon as possible!
Oh, that’s fantastic!
My husband got to go fill a garbage can to do the whole intersection in our ridiculous alley yesterday, so our fence doesn’t get slid into a second time! Thanks!
4.5 years of begging for a yield sign, or another speed bump, anything- and still nothing done.
Thanks for your work. The parking lot where Three knights, Sunkissed, etc. Is treacherous trying to get to the sidewalk. Was there this morning.
yes I seen them out clearing ice off walks today, greatly appreciated
Great job! Thank you.
not sure who does Eldorado but the back parking lot has some serious ice I seen many kids fall!
Where were they salting? Never seen them dont by aurora school
The Town of Drayton Valley is thrilled to announce the very first community contribution to the Zero Fee Tuition program!
On Wednesday, November 13, 2019, Town Councillors Nancy Dodds and Amila Gammana accepted a cheque in the amount of $3,000 from Weyerhaeuser to contribute to this exciting initiative.
The Zero Fee Tuition program aims to • Create hope and opportunities in education by removing barriers that prevent students from attaining a post-secondary education.
• Provide an alternative to post-secondary education in a big city. Drayton Valley offers a high quality of life with a small town vibe!
• Grow and diversify the local economy by bringing students into the community that provides opportunities for existing businesses as well as entrepreneurs looking to cater to a new customer base.
Programming is set to welcome students in January 2020 for Business Administration and Health Care Aide with 18 domestic students being supported through this initiative!
Thank you, Weyerhaeuser! Your generous contribution to our program is building a world where there are jobs for everyone, and where your children can grow up to be whatever they want to be, a world where tuition is free! This is the world we are building in Drayton Valley! ... See MoreSee Less
Work on the South Sanitary Trunk Main has wrapped up for the year, and the area has been cleaned up in preparation for the winter season. Construction to upgrade the trunk main will re-commence in the spring of 2020, and is scheduled to be completed by fall 2020. ... See MoreSee Less
Throughout the day the Public Works crew will continue plowing and snowblowing priority routes in town, and will also hit the Omniplex parking lot. Trails and sidewalks will be gone over with de-icing products.
With warmer temperatures in the forecast this week, we are hoping Mother Nature will help us with some snow removal as well! ... See MoreSee Less
Would you be able to post the routes that would be done in next 24hrs? I see my street is being done right now but my car is out front, I would of gladly moved it but no signage was in place or even a Facebook notice
Mayor Doerksen, along with the General Manager of Community Services, Annette Driessen, laid a wreath at the cenotaph during today’s Remembrance Day Ceremony.
“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.” - Laurence Binyon ... See MoreSee Less