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Welcome to Mountain View County

Mountain View County is a rural municipality in Alberta located north of the City of Calgary in the heart of the vibrant Queen Elizabeth II Highway corridor.

 

News

Partial Fire Ban Lifted

Posted: 2016 May 20th

As of May 20, 2016:

The Partial Fire Ban for Mountain View County has been lifted in all areas of Mountain View County.

See Notice

The lifting of the County ban follows the lifting of the provincial total fire ban that affected the portions of the County east of the QE II Highway.

Fire permits can be obtained online at www.mountainviewcounty.com/fire or by contacting the County office at 403-335-3311.

Considering the ongoing situation in the province extreme caution is urged while burning. If you are planning a controlled burn obtain your permit and call 1-877-507-7011 to alert fire authorities to your burning activity.

Audited Financial Statements

Posted: 2016 May 18th

Mountain View County Council recently received and approved the 2015 Financial Statements. They can be viewed at the below link:

Local Fire Crews to Fort McMurray

Posted: 2016 May 6th

A second platoon of Mountain View County fire fighters will be heading up to Fort McMurray today (May 6) and tomorrow (May 7). A total of 21 crew members from the Olds, Carstairs, Sundre, Cremona and Didsbury departments will comprise the platoon.

They will relieve the existing 13 member MVC crew that is scheduled to come home later this evening. No additional fire apparatus will be taken to Fort McMurray.

The personnel situation among the departments in the local municipalities has been determined to be adequate to allow the 21 member deployment.
In addition to the fire personnel, many local emergency services personnel have registered with the provincial government to provide services if required.

The County is also asking people wishing to help with the efforts in Fort McMurray to consider donating to the Red Cross relief campaign.
Our thoughts continue to be with the residents of the affected area and our gratitude is with all the emergency responders involved.

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News & Notes - April 29th Edition

Posted: 2016 May 2nd

See the latest County and Council information in our News & Notes.

County Council News & Notes - April 29, 29016

Including:

  • Council Passes Tax Rate Bylaw
  • Ag Shop Open House
  • Funding for Carstairs Skate Park
  • Land Trust Funding

 

Tax Rate Bylaw

Posted: 2016 May 2nd

On Wednesday, April 27th, Mountain View County Council approved the 2016 Tax Rate Bylaw.

To view this bylaw, please click on the below link:

Check back in the coming weeks for more information on the 2016 Operational Budget.

Community Calendar At A Glance

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Soil Health: The Bottom Lines

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