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A big Thank You to Beaverlodge resident, Ed Brown! 

Ed kindly brought coffee and buns late into the night for Public Works Crew and contractors while they worked hard on repairs to the recent broken water main.

Generosity such as this from local residents is one of the many things that make Beaverlodge a truly great place to live, work and play.


Town of Beaverlodge Website Design

The Request for Proposals for the Town's Website Design closed on February 23, 2015!  Review of proposals has begun and will be completed by March 13, 2015

The newly designed website will be a great communication tool, reaching many people from Beaverlodge and beyond!  We're certain the new website will be a wonderful resource providing easy access to up-to-date information.

.....Town news          .....current updates          .....Town Business     

.....Recreation Centre Information     .....and so much more!!

We are really excited about this project!


Animal Control Bylaw - Bylaw Officer


Town of Beaverlodge CAO, Christopher Parker, is designated as the official Bylaw Officer until further notice and is the Town's point of contact regarding bylaws, including the Animal Control Bylaw.  The Town is working towards and expects to have the Bylaw Officer position staffed within the next few months.   If anyone has any Dog or Cat concerns such as excessive barking, loose/stray animals they can call the Town office for response.  

What happens, what can you do when you find a stray or loose dog/cat ?

1. Check the animal's collar for license tag.  If the dog/cat has a tag, call the Town/City that issued it.  They can then contact the animal's owner to request the owner make arrangements to pick up their animal. 

2. If there is no license tag call the Town Office to request a pick-up of the dog/cat.  The animal will be picked up and taken to the County of Grande Prairie Pound where it will remain for 72 hours before going to the Grande Prairie SPCA. There are costs associated with an unlicensed dog/cat when the owner can't be located: a $100.00 fee is charged to drop off dog/cat at the GP Pound and an administration fee may be charged.










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Upcoming Events

Regular Council Meeting

Date: 9 March 2015 19:00 to 20:00
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Regular Council Meeting

Date: 23 March 2015 19:00 to 20:00
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Regular Council Meeting

Date: 13 April 2015 19:00 to 20:00
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