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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 instructed administration to prepare a letter of intent between the Town of Strathmore and Marigold Library to outline a proposed formal agreement for a loan to the Marigold Library that would outline an amount, a rate of interest, and a timeline for payment and that the draft letter of intent be brought back to Council at the September 20, 2017 Regular Council meeting for Council’s consideration and approval.  
  • Council instructed administration to develop a grant program for home dialysis patients to offset the increased water costs associated with home dialysis.  
  • Council instructed administration to send a letter to the Minister of Health and the MLA encouraging the Province to cover all associated costs of home hemodialysis and that the Town of Strathmore prepare a presentation in terms of a motion at AUMA for the province to cover all associated costs of home hemodialysis.  
  • Council authorized administration to procure Engineering Services in 2017 for the Utility Main Replacement Glenwood and Utility Main Replacement Bayview Road 2018 capital projects with a maximum expenditure in 2017 of $70,000 with funds to be drawn from the Financial Stabilization reserve.  
  • Council approved the implementation of the Waste Management Plan with Stage One to include an automated curbside solid waste and organics cart collection system.  
  • Council postponed the Curbside Waste and Recycling Agenda Item to the September 13, 2017 Committee of the Whole Meeting.  
  • Council accepted the report for Tele Ultrasound for information. 
  • Council sponsor and host a Monthly Birthday Party Celebration at the Wheatland Lodge on November 15, 2017.  
  • Council proclaimed October 6, 2017 as World Cerebral Palsy Day.  
  • Council approved an increase from $300,000 to $765,000 to complete the Ranch Lift Station Safety Repair and Pump Rebuild capital project with construction to be awarded to Knibb Developments Ltd with funds to be drawn from MSI and the balance from financial stabilization.  
  • Council postponed the EPCOR Contract Update to the September 13, 2017 Committee of the Whole Meeting. 
  • Council accepted the Council Committee Reports for Information.  
  • Council approved the registrations for any Strathmore Sustainability Committee members wishing to attend the November 9, 2017 Rural Innovation Forum, being held in Strathmore.  

Strathmore News

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

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Public Advisory

22 September 2017
As you may have noticed there are new traffic lights installed on Hwy 817 and Canal Blvd that are currently Read More...
29 August 2017
The Aquatic Centre is closed from Aug 26th to October 28th and for upgrades as part of the Canada 150 Read More...
25 August 2017
Starting Friday, Aug. 25th, 2017 the intersection 2nd Ave. & 2nd St. will be closed for one month. 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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