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🚦 Traffic Light Repairs
Can-Traffic will be on site this Tuesday, June 25, and Wednesday, June 26, for regular maintenance of the traffic lights (see list below).

Please use caution at these locations as bucket trucks and crews will be taking up portions of the driving lanes for approx. 30 minutes at a time to inspect the light fixtures.

Lights will be in flashing for short periods of time during testing.
➡️ Flashing RED in all directions: treat the intersection as a four-way stop.
➡️ Flashing RED & YELLOW: the drivers who have the yellow lights have the right of way, drivers who have red lights must stop and then proceed when safe to do so.
➡️ If the lights out in all directions: treat the intersection as a four-way stop.

Locations of traffic light maintenance:
50 Ave & 54 St
50 Ave & 50 St
50 Ave & 43 St
50 St & 55 Ave
50 St & 54 Ave
50 St & 52 Ave
50 St & 51 Ave
50 St & 46 Ave
50 St & 45 Ave
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Reminder: Property tax payments are due June 30. As the deadline falls on a Sunday, please ensure your payments are postmarked or processed by your financial institution before the payment deadline. ... See MoreSee Less

Reminder: Property tax payments are due June 30.  As the deadline falls on a Sunday, please ensure your payments are postmarked or processed by your financial institution before the payment deadline.

Nearly 10 million people speak French in Canada. June 24 is Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day and the National Day of Québec, and Francophones across the country show their pride by celebrating their language and traditions. To those who celebrate, we wish you a Bonne Saint-Jean-Baptiste! ⚜️ ... See MoreSee Less

Nearly 10 million people speak French in Canada. June 24 is Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day and the National Day of Québec, and Francophones across the country show their pride by celebrating their language and traditions. To those who celebrate, we wish you a Bonne Saint-Jean-Baptiste! ⚜️

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Merci Je suis Franco-Albertaint et trais fiere, That's right a French-Canadian living amongst you 😱 😂 Go Oilers it will be an epic game. 🙂

The next Regular Meeting of Council is June 26th, 2024, to view the Agenda please click the below link:
draytonvalley.civicweb.net/Portal/MeetingInformation.aspx?Org=Cal&id=210

To Join the meeting virtually please click the below link:
todv.my.webex.com/todv.my/j.php?MTID=m5400ca3a1787ee58f3f8bc878e0a4188
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The next Regular Meeting of Council is June 26th, 2024, to view the Agenda please click the below link:
https://draytonvalley.civicweb.net/Portal/MeetingInformation.aspx?Org=Cal&id=210

To Join the meeting virtually please click the below link: 
https://todv.my.webex.com/todv.my/j.php?MTID=m5400ca3a1787ee58f3f8bc878e0a4188

🍁 Canada Day Celebrations 🍁
Join us in celebrating Canada Day this year by attending the planned activities on July 1!
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🍁 Canada Day Celebrations 🍁
Join us in celebrating Canada Day this year by attending the planned activities on July 1!

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Awesome. Plenty of notice to hide away the 🐕 or fur babies luh

🪶 Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day

National Indigenous Peoples Day — observed annually on June 21 — celebrates the many achievements of the Indigenous Peoples found throughout the nation. The day also celebrates the distinct cultures and unique traditions of these communities. Three Indigenous Peoples groups exist in Canada: the Inuit, First Nations, and Metis. Drayton Valley is located within Treaty Six territory and Region 4 of the Metis Nation of Alberta.

Visit the National Indigenous Peoples Day webpage (Government of Canada) to learn more: www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1100100013718/1708446948967
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🪶 Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day

National Indigenous Peoples Day — observed annually on June 21 — celebrates the many achievements of the Indigenous Peoples found throughout the nation. The day also celebrates the distinct cultures and unique traditions of these communities. Three Indigenous Peoples groups exist in Canada: the Inuit, First Nations, and Metis. Drayton Valley is located within Treaty Six territory and Region 4 of the Metis Nation of Alberta.

Visit the National Indigenous Peoples Day webpage (Government of Canada) to learn more: https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1100100013718/1708446948967Image attachmentImage attachment

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The town is hiring for a number of positions right now! Find out more at www.draytonvalley.ca/employment-opportunities/ ... See MoreSee Less

The town is hiring for a number of positions right now! Find out more at https://www.draytonvalley.ca/employment-opportunities/

Do you know a local youth who makes a positive difference? Consider nominating them for a Mayor's Gala Award! 🏆

Submit your nomination before June 28 by filling out the online form: www.draytonvalley.ca/mayors-gala/

➡️ Youth Empowerment Award (under 18)
Nominate a local youth who:
✓ makes a difference in the lives if their peers or other youth; or
✓ volunteers throughout the community; or
✓ utilizes their talents and creativity to tackle some of our community’s most pressing challenges
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Do you know a local youth who makes a positive difference? Consider nominating them for a Mayors Gala Award! 🏆

Submit your nomination before June 28 by filling out the online form: https://www.draytonvalley.ca/mayors-gala/

➡️ Youth Empowerment Award (under 18)
Nominate a local youth who:
✓ makes a difference in the lives if their peers or other youth; or
✓ volunteers throughout the community; or
✓ utilizes their talents and creativity to tackle some of our community’s most pressing challenges

📣 NOMINATIONS ARE OPEN!

The Mayor’s Gala and Community Recognition Awards Night is an annual event to demonstrate our appreciation and recognize local businesses, individuals and organizations who make our community special!

We invite you to nominate a hero of the community to be recognized at this year's Mayor's Gala and Community Recognition Awards Night! We are looking for businesses that go that extra mile, organizations that go above and beyond, and exceptional individuals or groups in the community!

Nominations will be accepted until June 28, 2024.

This year's event will be held on September 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the MacKenzie Conference Centre.

Nominations are being accepted in the following categories:
➡️ Business Achievement Award
➡️ Oil & Gas Award
➡️ Community Spirit Award
➡️ New Community Organization Award
➡️ Youth Empowerment Award
➡️ Excellence in Athletics Award
➡️ Arts and Music Award
➡️ Teachers/Educators Award
➡️ Healthcare Award & Emergency Services Award

Nomination forms are available at all Town facilities or online at www.draytonvalley.ca/mayors-gala/

For any questions, please contact 780-514-2200!
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