Strathmore
Strathmore

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to the Town of Strathmore! The Town where quality of life is a way of life. The Town of Strathmore is a community of over 13,000 people located 40 km east of Calgary with convenient access to the picturesque Bow River. While agricultural developments cover large areas of the surrounding area, Strathmore provides its residents with the benefits of country living, town services and easy access to large city facilities while residing in an area combining heritage and modern amenities.

Strathmore offers wide choices in restaurants, accommodations, hospitality, local wines and shopping. With direct access to the Trans Canada Highway, travelers have been welcomed to use facilities that have now developed into a thriving country town.
The Strathmore Tourist Centre has compiled all the tourist information you’ll need to plan your trip to Strathmore or the surrounding area. The centre is located inside the Dairy Queen building which is located right along the Trans Canada Highway. Please drop by and see them for your Tourist Information needs or call them at 403-934-5661.
 


 

  • Council gave First Reading to Bylaw No. 16-19 Land Use Bylaw Amendment Bylaw.
  • Council will hold a Public Hearing for Bylaw No. 16-19 on January 11, 2017.
  • Council gave first reading to Bylaw No. 16-18 Council Procedural Bylaw.
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Council instructed Administration to prepare a report for Council on the changes made to Council Procedures for the next Council meeting.
  • Council will refer the matter of LED Streetlight to Administration and request a report be brought back to the next Council Meeting.
  • Council approved an application for the Alberta Community Partnership grant that involves Strathmore, Cochrane, and Chestermere and that potential funding received under the grant be used to conduct a feasibility study of a regional transit service.
  • Council was informed that the Strathmore Aquatic Centre was given the Canadian Red Cross – Partnership in Humanity Award.
  • Council adopted the Canada 150 Capital Improvement Program as presented and support the advancement of the capital projects.
  • Council recommended a borrowing bylaw be brought forward on the December 21, 2016 Regular Council Meeting for up to a total of $6,000,000.00.
  • Council accepted the 2017 Long Term Financial Plan.
  • Council approved Option “B” for the 2017 Operating and Capital Budget as presented
  • Mr. Mark Brown presented Council with an update on the Fieldhouse project and Council accepted this report for information.
  • Council referred the draft Sustainability Policy to the Administration for technical and further consideration and that the report provided by administration be forwarded to the Sustainability Committee for further discussion and review.
  • Council are to hold a Special Council Meeting on December 14, 2016 at 5:00PM.
 

 

Strathmore News

13 January 2017
Volunteer Resources at the Strathmore District Health Services is looking for some new volunteers to join our volunteer team! Read More...
4 January 2017
Assessment Notices for the 2017 Tax Year were mailed on January 3rd 2017. Please check your notice and if you Read More...

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Public Advisory

19 January 2017
With the recent warmer weather the ice on storm ponds, Kinsmen Lake and other bodies of water in and around Read More...
18 January 2017
Black knot has been noticed on the trees in the Strathmore area. It is a fungus that grows on trees Read More...
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