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The next Regular Meeting of Council is July 24, 2024 to view the Agenda please click the link below:
draytonvalley.civicweb.net/Portal/MeetingInformation.aspx?Org=Cal&id=212
To join the meeting virtually click the link below:
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The next Regular Meeting of Council is July 24, 2024 to view the Agenda please click the link below:
https://draytonvalley.civicweb.net/Portal/MeetingInformation.aspx?Org=Cal&id=212
To join the meeting virtually click the link below: 
https://todv.my.webex.com/todv.my/j.php?MTID=maa84e39f119dca79af14eba83cb20a5d

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EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
The Town of Drayton Valley has commercial and industrial properties available for purchase. For further information please see the link below.
www.draytonvalley.ca/wp-content/uploads/2024/05/DraytonValleyLandSaleEOI-2024-07-12-2.pdf
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EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
The Town of Drayton Valley has commercial and industrial properties available for purchase. For further information please see the link below.
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The Town of Drayton Valley is excited to feature the public events calendar from 'This Is Drayton Valley' on the Town’s website! This will connect our residents with a single source for events taking place in our community!

'This Is Drayton Valley' is a project that was originally developed
through a partnership with the Town of Drayton Valley, Drayton
Valley Hospitality & Tourism Authority, Brazeau County, Drayton
Valley Community Foundation, and Travel Alberta.

Have a community event you want to advertise? Visit thisisdraytonvalley.com/events/ and click the 'Submit Your Event' button.
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The Town of Drayton Valley is excited to feature the public events calendar from This Is Drayton Valley on the Town’s website! This will connect our residents with a single source for events taking place in our community!

This Is Drayton Valley is a project that was originally developed
through a partnership with the Town of Drayton Valley, Drayton
Valley Hospitality & Tourism Authority, Brazeau County, Drayton
Valley Community Foundation, and Travel Alberta.

Have a community event you want to advertise? Visit https://thisisdraytonvalley.com/events/ and click the Submit Your Event button.

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CornerSnacks is this the page you submitted the rally info to?

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50th AVENUE CONSTRUCTION SAFETY

We have received reports of people walking inside the construction zone on 50th Avenue. For your safety and for the safety of our workers we would like to remind the public, both pedestrians and motorists, to stay out of the construction zone while the road is closed and barricades are in place over the next few months.

We want to thank everyone for their cooperation
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50th AVENUE CONSTRUCTION SAFETY
 
We have received reports of people walking inside the construction zone on 50th Avenue.   For your safety and for the safety of our workers we would like to remind the public, both pedestrians and motorists, to stay out of the construction zone while the road is closed and barricades are in place over the next few months.
 
We want to thank everyone for their cooperation

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You will always get some knuckle heads that can’t read or are stupid

Maybe they should get it done faster..

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Town Councillor Bill Ballas on Tuesday, July 16, 2024. Our hearts are heavy as we mourn the loss of a dedicated public servant and cherished member of our community.

Bill was a long-time resident and an integral part of Drayton Valley for many years. His commitment to public service and passion for our community have left an indelible mark on Town Council and all who knew him.

During his nearly seven years on Town Council, Bill brought forward and advocated for many important issues facing the community, including law enforcement, economic development strategies, health care and was passionate about advancements in the hemp industry and the positive impact it has in our region. The community was always at the forefront of Bill’s mind when making tough decisions.

Bill’s passion for his role as a Councillor, his community, and his family was evident to all who knew him. The town and his Councillor colleagues were his second family, and he always conducted himself with integrity and worked hard for the residents he represented.

We are profoundly grateful for the years of service and the work he has done for this community. To Bill’s family, thank you for sharing him with us. We will continue to drive his passions forward with our work on Council.

His wisdom and unwavering dedication has left a legacy in the Council Chambers and will be missed and remembered for many years to come.

We’ll miss you, Bill. Your humor, presence, and dedication will be deeply missed by all.

The flags at the Civic Centre have been lowered to half-mast in honor of Bill’s passing. We extend our deepest sympathies to Bill’s loved ones during this difficult time.
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It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Town Councillor Bill Ballas on Tuesday, July 16, 2024. Our hearts are heavy as we mourn the loss of a dedicated public servant and cherished member of our community.

Bill was a long-time resident and an integral part of Drayton Valley for many years.  His commitment to public service and passion for our community have left an indelible mark on Town Council and all who knew him.

During his nearly seven years on Town Council, Bill brought forward and advocated for many important issues facing the community, including law enforcement, economic development strategies, health care and was passionate about advancements in the hemp industry and the positive impact it has in our region. The community was always at the forefront of Bill’s mind when making tough decisions.

Bill’s passion for his role as a Councillor, his community, and his family was evident to all who knew him. The town and his Councillor colleagues were his second family, and he always conducted himself with integrity and worked hard for the residents he represented.

We are profoundly grateful for the years of service and the work he has done for this community. To Bill’s family, thank you for sharing him with us. We will continue to drive his passions forward with our work on Council.

His wisdom and unwavering dedication has left a legacy in the Council Chambers and will be missed and remembered for many years to come.

We’ll miss you, Bill. Your humor, presence, and dedication will be deeply missed by all.

The flags at the Civic Centre have been lowered to half-mast in honor of Bill’s passing. We extend our deepest sympathies to Bill’s loved ones during this difficult time.Image attachment

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Sincerest condolences to Deb and family❤

Rest easy Bill. You are missed.

Sending my deepest condolences to Bill’s family and friends ❤️

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Drake the Drayton Valley Rock Snake is BACK! You can go see him along 43 Avenue or, even better, you can add your own painted rock to make him even longer! ... See MoreSee Less

🧊 Cool down at the Drayton Valley Cooling Centre
The heat wave is expected to continue over the next several days. If you need a place to cool down, please visit our cooling centre — located at the Omniplex (Pembina Pipeline Arena Lobby) — any time between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. from July 17 through July 27.

Please share and stay safe.
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🧊 Cool down at the Drayton Valley Cooling Centre
The heat wave is expected to continue over the next several days. If you need a place to cool down, please visit our cooling centre — located at the Omniplex (Pembina Pipeline Arena Lobby) — any time between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. from July 17 through July 27.

Please share and stay safe.

🚧 ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE (JULY 17 & 18)
Crews will be conducting a road repair along 49 Street (just south of 50 Avenue) starting July 17, 2024. This repair is expected to be completed on July 18, 2024.

We ask residents to please be mindful of the crews working in the area and obey all traffic signage.
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🚧 ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE (JULY 17 & 18)
Crews will be conducting a road repair along 49 Street (just south of 50 Avenue) starting July 17, 2024. This repair is expected to be completed on July 18, 2024. 

We ask residents to please be mindful of the crews working in the area and obey all traffic signage.

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