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The Town of Drumheller are looking for propoals from Kiosk Operators for three venues in the valley.

Details can be found here  RFP for Kiosk Vendors

Deadline for proposals is Monday March 27 at 4pm.

Please send proposals to




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Just a reminder that public engagement sessions are held prior to Council Committee Meetings with the Mayor and Deputy Mayor commencing at 4:00 PM.

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GFL is the new collector of commercial (bin) and residential (cart) garbage for the town for the next four years. They will commence work on Monday February 6. Residential customers your collection day will stay the same. 

Commercial businesses, GFL has sent letters to all potential customers advising them of the switch and asking them to provide information on the size of the garbage bin at their property, frequency of collection, whether they have recycling, etc. This is to ensure they offer the best service possible. 

Here is some information for businesses:

  • Any business with a large bin is required to use the towns collector and set up a contract with GFL
  • Those businesses, who do not use bins because they do not generate more garbage than a cart can handle do not have to have a bin. However GFL sent a letter as a courtesy in case you wish to switch
  • Businesses that use a cart for collection do not need to sign up and there is no additional charge to them for garbage service
  • GFL is under exclusive franchise agreement for all commercial business in the town. This allows the best overall prices to all customers in Drumheller. 

If you have questions about  setting up your account, price or service level please contact

Paul Pellegrino

Account Manager for Drumheller

GFL Environmental Inc.

1 403 265 0044 

If you have general queries about your garbage collection please contact  403 823 1330. 



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This is for all people who receive their Utility Bills via email.

They will now be arriving from

Please check your inbox as well as your spam box for these emails.

Should you have any questions feel free to call 403 823 1302.




The first of the new Wayfinding signs were unveiled today. You can see the new sign at 41 Railway Avenue w. This is the first in a series of 11 signs which were unanimously approved by the Wayfinding Signage Committee on Sept 15. The committee worked with Urban Systems (urban design specialists) through the summer to determine design and location.

The Wayfinding signage package is a key item identified in the Tourism Master Plan. It has been funded through the $35,000 2016 downtown revitalization project.

"The priority in 2016 has been to improve signage in the downtown core. However the plan is to look at a wider area in the future as well as vehicular signage" explained Paul Salvatore Director of Community Services, "it was important that the design reflected our unique local landscape, whilst being low maintenance and have a high level of durability".

"Pedestrian signage is vital in welcoming visitors to our community as we help them discover our great businesses," states Julia Fielding Economic Development and Communications Officer. "Urban systems have designed the signs and worked with the committee on the locations throughout Drumheller. They are a renowned urban design company who work on projects throughout Western Canada and North America".




Have a question for Council?

The Mayor and Deputy Mayor will be available for one on one sessions on Monday December 19 at 4pm in the upstairs lobby of Town Hall.







Here are the holiday hours for Drumheller Town Hall


Monday: December 26, 2016            Closed

Tuesday: December 27, 2016           Closed

Monday: January 2, 2017                  Closed


Regular hours resume January 3, 2017


A Special Council Meeting will be held on Monday, December 19, 2016 at 4:30 pm in Council Chambers.

For further information, please CLICK HERE  .