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BRING DINING OUTSIDE!

As the Province’s mandatory restrictions for indoor dining took effect on Fri., April 9, we have put together some simple steps and guidelines to assist our local restaurants in keeping their doors open!

Town regulations regarding non-permanent patios:
The first step is to make a quick call to the Town’s Planning & Development Department to obtain the required permit at 780-514-2200. There will be no charge for these permits. Development Permits are also available online at www.draytonvalley.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Online-Form-Development-Permit-Application-Tempor...

Permits will be issued on the conditional basis that the outdoor patios shall be removed no later than seven (7) days after Provincial COVID-19 regulations regarding indoor dining are lifted.

It is the onus of the business owner(s) to make sure all Municipal and Provincial regulations and restrictions in regards to cleanliness, the serving of alcohol, and COVID-19 are followed. Please contact both Alberta Health Services (AHS) and Alberta Liquor Gaming and Cannabis (AGLC) for any other applicable regulations that must be followed.

For more information, full details on patio requirements, and to obtain a permit, visit www.draytonvalley.ca!
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BRING DINING OUTSIDE!

As the Province’s mandatory restrictions for indoor dining took effect on Fri., April 9, we have put together some simple steps and guidelines to assist our local restaurants in keeping their doors open!

Town regulations regarding non-permanent patios:
The first step is to make a quick call to the Town’s Planning & Development Department to obtain the required permit at 780-514-2200. There will be no charge for these permits.  Development Permits are also available online at https://www.draytonvalley.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Online-Form-Development-Permit-Application-Temporary-Patios.pdf

Permits will be issued on the conditional basis that the outdoor patios shall be removed no later than seven (7) days after Provincial COVID-19 regulations regarding indoor dining are lifted.

It is the onus of the business owner(s) to make sure all Municipal and Provincial regulations and restrictions in regards to cleanliness, the serving of alcohol, and COVID-19 are followed. Please contact both Alberta Health Services (AHS) and Alberta Liquor Gaming and Cannabis (AGLC) for any other applicable regulations that must be followed.

For more information, full details on patio requirements, and to obtain a permit, visit www.draytonvalley.ca!

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Moe Tarabein

Naomi Tuleta-MacLean

Excellent!

Nice work!!!!

Awesome work! Hopefully the restaurants are able to make this work!!

Laurie Gent

Dorrie Allen

Stop bowing down to rules and lockdowns that make NO sense stand up people and start telling the government no i WILL stay open. All over a virus most people who get it can fight off using their own unassisted immune system???

Jason Hansen

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In order to assist with the investigation of ongoing and increasing property crime, the local Drayton Valley RCMP detachment wants to let residents who have any kind surveillance on their property know that they can now voluntarily register at KDraytonValleyCamera@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.

This is a voluntary service and only RCMP members will have access to your information. Your information will not be shared with anyone and will only be utilized if there is an investigation of a crime in your area.

The Drayton Valley Detachment has been quite busy over the last few months. Several search warrants have been executed in both the Town of Drayton Valley and Brazeau County which has led to recovery of stolen property, drugs, and money. The RCMP are working hard to protect all residents and keep you safe. If you notice anything suspicious, don’t hesitate to contact the Drayton Valley RCMP at 780-542-4456. Together we can ensure the safety of all.
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In order to assist with the investigation of ongoing and increasing property crime, the local Drayton Valley RCMP detachment wants to let residents who have any kind surveillance on their property know that they can now voluntarily register at KDraytonValleyCamera@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.

This is a voluntary service and only RCMP members will have access to your information. Your information will not be shared with anyone and will only be utilized if there is an investigation of a crime in your area.

The Drayton Valley Detachment has been quite busy over the last few months. Several search warrants have been executed in both the Town of Drayton Valley and Brazeau County which has led to recovery of stolen property, drugs, and money. The RCMP are working hard to protect all residents and keep you safe. If you notice anything suspicious, don’t hesitate to contact the Drayton Valley RCMP at 780-542-4456. Together we can ensure the safety of all.

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Love to see the Roach Motel hit regularly!! We all Know they don’t work to buy all those bikes there! And how about most of those vehicles! I bet most aren’t registered. The owner of that property should be fined for allowing all the shit laying around....it’s a motel not a damn junk yard

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