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Summer Greenspace Maintenance FAQ
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How much greenspace/public areas/parks does the Town maintain?
The Town of Drayton Valley maintains just over 90 hectares or approximately 250 acres.
What are the areas of Drayton Valley that are maintained by the Town?
The Town of Drayton Valley maintains greenspaces within its boundaries. These include: Northview Pond area, Mackenzie Park, Peace Park, Rotary Park, Aspenview Park, Debey Park, the Downtown Park, Watino Park, Lions West Valley Park(except next to Holy Trinity School), Little Lions Park, Sekura Park, Skate Park, Sunrise Park, Ivan To Park, walkways, public parks, cemeteries and the cenotaph across from the Royal Canadian Legion.
How frequently does the Town of Drayton Valley mow greenspaces it is responsible for?
The Town of Drayton Valley endeavors to maintain an approximate 8 – 10 day cycle to mow all greenspaces that are the responsibility of the town (Weather Permitting).
The Town of Drayton Valley‘s schedule of maintenance for greenspaces is dependent on weather conditions, staff resources, equipment availability, and emergent situations that may require immediate response.
Does the Town maintain school areas or any other public or private greenspaces?
It is not the responsibility of the Town to maintain school property, as it is the responsibility of the school division. In years past Town of Drayton Valley has maintained some greenspaces for the Wildrose School Division. This year those areas are being maintained by the school division entirely.
Does the Town of Drayton Valley spray for dandelions?
The Town of Drayton Valley does not spray for dandelions. The Town does spray for prohibited noxious weeds in compliance with the Alberta Weed Control Act. The Town yearly appoints weed inspectors to enforce compliance with the Alberta Weed Control Act.
For a list of the Prohibited Noxious Weeds and Noxious Weeds Identification Guide: Click Here
You find out more about the Alberta Weed Control Act: Click here
If I see a problem or have a question, who can I contact?