Fire ban downgraded to fire restriction

The fire ban has been downgraded to a fire restriction. Campfires and fires are allowed only in approved fire pits. Fire…

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Drainage authorization required

Under the Water Act, landowners are NOT permitted to drain any wetland without first obtaining provincial authorization. This spring, we…

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Flagstaff billboards unveiled

Move over, Connor! The Edmonton Oilers' No. 97 isn’t the only star attraction gracing billboards in the Alberta capital.

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Aerobatics Competition set to take flight

The Iron Creek Flying Club (COPA Flight 157) presents the 4th annual Aerobatics Competition on Saturday, June 16, 2018 at Flagstaff…

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Build your own bumble bee house

Did you miss our Build-a-bee-box Workshop? We can only imagine how much that must've stung! That's why we've put together the…

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A word about recreation funding

Since 2015, Flagstaff County has been providing $750,000 annually in recreation grant funding to the Agricultural Societies throughout our municipality.…

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Gravel Sales

Gravel is available for sale to a maximum of 150 tonnes per year per residential/farm/acreage site within the County. Anyone wishing to…

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A landowner's guide to drainage and brush removal

Flagstaff County landowners should be aware of several important factors when it comes to drainage and brush removal. Did you…

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Heritage Barns Project

Flagstaff County is taking inventory of a valuable part of the region’s rich heritage: its barns. Over the summers of…

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Shop Talk

Construction of the new Flagstaff County Maintenance Shop is progressing towards a projected completion date of mid-June. Red Deer-based construction…

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An agricultural powerhouse

At the root of the Flagstaff Region's rich farming heritage lies one million acres of fertile farmland. This arable land…

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Council Meeting Highlights

Flagstaff County publishes Council Highlights after meetings. Council encourages its residents, businesses and stakeholders to stay abreast of Council news.…

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Notice of Development

Notice is hereby given that the Development Officer has issued a development permit in accordance with the Land Use By-Law…

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powerhouse copy copy

At the root of the Flagstaff Region's rich farming heritage lies one million acres of fertile farmland. This arable land forms the bedrock of our very existence. Our purpose-driven forefathers toiled this same soil for decades, plowing a path to prosperity through sheer resilience and resourcefulness for generations of farming families. ...

Read more about why the Flagstaff Region is considered an agricultural powerhouse in the current edition of Invest in Alberta, the official publication of Economic Developers Alberta.

The magazine can be viewed online HERE.

A CLASSIC:

Judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality and outstanding of its kind.

NOTHING…. so beautiful as the big spaces. Steering wheel hand-wavers…salt of the earth folks that are rock of civility. Nothing so beautiful as the empty…in prairie thunderstorm’s electrified sky….in the dance of sun-kissed canola in a breeze. Things resilient in the tug of war with life made complex in a hectic society. In oil and gas, agriculture, and land-based recreation activity that feels free, lies the ingredients for life authentically lived. We are rooted in land and people…seeking simplicity amidst the complexity of life. Flagstaff – full of classics.

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