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 adopted Policy No. 7603 Memorial Bench and Tree Program.
  • Council accepted the Wildflower Ranch Area Structure Plan Amendment Report for information.
  • THAT the naming rights to the Regional Recreational Facility be contracted to a professional to seek the best possible market price for the sponsoring of the facility and further that the fundraising strategy adopted by Council on December 14, 2016 currently be implemented by staff and the fundraising committee members, be augmented by a professinal consultant to ensure that the sponsorship/donation assets are comprehensive, the administrative documents are developed and the best value is received by the Town.
  • THAT in order to align the tendering process and the subsequent availablity of the sponsorship and donation packages with both the release date of the project tender documens and the April 10 Public Open House that CAO James Thackray with Counci representatives Councillor Pat Fule and Councillor Steve Grajczyk, be authorized to award the contract to the successful proponent.
  • Council approved the following funding through the Community Investment Fund: $5000.00 to the Embee Open Disc Golf Tournament and $2500.00 to the Western District Historical Celebration and THAT Council recommend to the WDHS that the History Event be opened to the entire community.
  • Council approved a 50% in-kind donation of facility rentals for the 2017 Midget 'A' Provincial Tournament, not to exceed $3,952.55.
  • Council directed Administration to consider funding for the Wheatland Society of Arts 'All in Arts' outside the Community Investment Fund Program.
  • Council supported the Canada 150 Committee proposed celebration plan and approved $15,000.00 to be used for concert deposits and merchandise purchase to be funded through Financial Stabilization.
  • Council gave second and final reading to Bylaw #17-02 Wildflower Ranch Area Structure Plan Amendment Bylaw.





 

 

Strathmore News

27 January 2017
A Legacy for our community as we celebrate Canada 150 Read More...

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Public Advisory

17 March 2017
Bylaw #17-04: Land Use Re-Designation 60 Spruce Park Drive from M2 to M1 Bylaw #17-04 proposes to amend the Land Use 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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