Welcome to Mountain View County
Situated where the foothills of the Canadian Rockies meet the fertile plains, Mountain View County is in the heart of Alberta's Calgary - Edmonton corridor.
Grant; FCSS Funding Still Available!
Posted: 2014 July 22nd
Funding from some Mountain View County grant programs is still available for local community groups to access.
Additionally, some FCSS funding is still available from the County for groups with eligible projects or programs.
For details on the funding that is available and how to apply, please read the article in the enclosed link:
Council News and Notes
Posted: 2014 July 15th
Mountain View County Council held its regular meeting on Wednesday, July 8.
Check out our review of the meeting:
Council Considering Development Moratorium for Flood Study Area
Posted: 2014 July 14th
Mountain View County Council will be considering a bylaw for a development moratorium in the Golder Associates Flood Hazard study area; an area around the Red Deer River near Sundre where a flood mapping report is being finalized for Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development.
The proposed bylaw has not yet received first reading.
To view the information release and map see enclosed link:
To view more information on the province's Bill 27 (Floodway Development), please see the enclosed link:
Citizenship Awards 2014
Posted: 2014 July 14th
The annual Mountain View County Citizenship Awards were handed out to local students recently. Cody Miller (Didsbury), Jolene Graham (Olds Koinonia) and Alison Neale (Sundre) stand with MVC Reeve Bruce Beattie after being presented with their awards at a recent Policies and Priorities Committee meeting.
Kylina Chalack (Hugh Sutherland, Carstairs), Courtney Robertson (Cremona) and Logan Bullock (Olds High) were unable to attend the presentation. Each of the students received a one-time $500 award in recognition of their contributions in each of their communities.
Development Amnesty Program
Posted: 2014 June 2nd
Mountain View County Council has approved and implemented an amnesty program for development that has proceeded without the necessary permits.
For more information see our advertisement (below) or contact the Development and Permitting Services Department at 403-335-3311: