UNACCEPTABLE: Hazardous Chemicals will NOT BE picked up due to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act.
Leaves and tree branches will NOT BE picked up UNLESS all leaves are in BAGS and all tree branches are CUT INTO 4 FOOT LENGTHS.
Demolition/Building material will NOT BE picked up, these materials must be picked up by a contractor.
Commercial or Trade wastes are not included in the acceptable items and will NOT BE picked up during the Spring Cleanup.
Used Motor Oil, Oil Containers, and Oil Filters may be returned to the Drumheller & District Regional Landfill FREE OF CHARGE - these materials are excluded from the Spring Cleanup collection.
Absolutely NO importing of wastes from outside of Drumheller Corporate limits.
NO single pickup site is to exceed the volume of a 1/2 ton truck.
It is National Volunteer Week and the Mayor has made a proclamation to make it Volunteer Week here in Drumheller.
WHEREAS the volunteer spirit that helped to build the Town of Drumheller is alive and strong today, and
WHEREAS each year many citizens commit their time and talents to improve the quality of life for our entire community, and
WHEREAS the entire community benefits from the valuable contributions that volunteers make,
THEREFORE I, Mayor Terry Yemen, do hereby proclaim April 23 – 29, 2017 as “Volunteer Week” in the Town of Drumheller.
As part of the celebration the Town of Drumheller will be hosting a volunteer dinner on Tuesday April 25 to say thank you to all the volunteers who make a difference in our community.
Dated April 21, 2017
WHEREAS: On April 28th, we pause a moment to honour lives forever changed, and renew our commitment to workplace health and safety.
NOW, THEREFORE: I, Mayor Terry Yemen, on behalf of The Town of Drumheller do hereby proclaim April 28, 2017 as "National Day of Mourning" in the Town of Drumheller, in remembrance of those workers who have been killed, injured or disabled at their place of work.
Here are a list of frequently asked questions about the modernization.
If you have any other questions give us a call on 403 823 1322.
Once construction starts we will be giving regular updates on progress.
This grant is designed to support building improvements by business owners.
In 2017 the priorities for the grant will be:
External Improvements such as painting, installation of windows or front doors
The application process will run from May 1st to May 31st. which means the last day for applications is May 31st at 4.30pm.
The Economic Development Advisory Committee will go through all the applications and will make their announcements of the successful applications in June.
You can download the form here Storefront Grant Application 2017
If you have any further questions do not hesitate to contact Julia Fielding email@example.com or 403 823 1320
This is a FREE party organised by the Arts and Heritage Committee for our community to join together as we celebrate the 150th day of Canada's 150 year.
It will take place around the Badlands Community Facitlity with activities inside and out.
There will be 150 nanimo bars, activities in the Library, a bbq to raise funds for Drumheller Family Fun (thank you to Freson Bros for their support), entertainment, games and even a Tug of War competition.
Come and celebrate with us.
BYLAW 02-17 Water and Wastewater was adopted on Monday February 21st 2017
Recent changes were made to the water and wastewater bylaw. Here is a short fact sheet which explains the new bylaw, why it was updated and who will be affected by the change.