Property tax installment payment measures introduced as a response to the economic disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic will become permanent if a bylaw introduced at the regular meeting of Town Council on Tuesday is passed. […]
Yesterday afternoon Premier Jason Kenney, and Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw, announced that effective immediately, a State of Public Health Emergency was declared in response to COVID-19 cases continuing to rise across Alberta. […]
How much does Morinville pay to be part of Edmonton Global? The annual amount the regional economic development organization is seeking from Morinville, as one of its 15 shareholders, is going up. […]
At a special meeting yesterday Town Council passed a bylaw that requires the wearing of masks or other close coverings of the nose, mouth or chin, or transparent face shields in an attempt to help stem the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the community. […]
You can bring your electronics for recycling to support Sturgeon Victim Services. All electronics will be accepted, including small household appliances, printers, scanners, DVD players, power tools, and computers. Although a secured disposal, those dropping off computers should ensure hard drives are wiped. […]
There is good news and bad news for utilities consumers in Morinville. The good news is that the amount homeowners pay for garbage collection and recycling is going down. The bad news is that all other utilities costs, for water, sanitary sewers and storm water management, are going up. […]
The Morinville Citizen of the Year award was presented to Adam Roddis on Monday night.
The nomination was one of ten received for the award and a brief outline of some of his accomplishments are listed below. […]