Notice is hereby given that the Development Officer has issued a development permit in accordance with the Land Use By-Law No. 06/12 for the following development:
AltaLink Management Ltd. of Calgary to replace existing 80 m Telecom Tower with a new 99 m Tower on the Pt. SW quarter of Section 19 Township 46 Range 14 West of the 4th Meridian. Pt. SW-19-46-14-W4
For full details on recent developments click the link below.
Public Works Update: Crews are currently thawing culverts, and pumping and diverting water from roadways. Please keep in mind that there are more than 3,500 culverts throughout the County. Main roads are being prioritized.
Our latest publication in the local newspaper "The Community Press" in the March 21, 2017 issue.
Flagstaff County is now publishing Council Highlights after meetings. Council encourages its residents, businesses and stakeholders to keep in touch of Council news. Council Highlights briefly describe items of interest to the public.
To view the latest Council Highlights, click here.
Can't make it to our 2017 Public Input Session?
You can still provide your input.
It’s probably the last thing on your mind right now. But when infestations of Richardson’s Ground Squirrels are wreaking havoc on crops and farmland in a couple of months, eradicating the irksome varmints will be top of mind. By then, however, it could be too late.
As Alberta moves towards the goal of having 30% of Alberta's energy come from renewable sources by 2030, a greater number of landowners are being approached by developers to lease land for the establishment of wind and solar farms. Many landowners are excited about the opportunities, but it is important to understand that negotiating a renewable energy lease is not the same as negotiating with oil and gas.
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Earlier this month, Peter Hansen, Community Engagement Strategist with Enbridge, stopped by our Administration Building and presented Flagstaff County Emergency Services Coordinator and Regional Fire Chief Kim Cannady with a $3,000 donation to go towards our Community Resource Officer program. Enbridge is a huge supporter of all emergency services, with many of our local departments benefiting over the years. Thank you, Enbridge!