Please note that from Monday, December 10, 2018 to Friday, December 14, 2018 Assessors will be in Big Lakes County assessing properties.
For more details please contact Lucy Girard at (780) 523 – 5955. Read More
Big Lakes County and the Town of High Prairie started the process of developing an Intermunicipal Development Plan (IDP). The objectives of the IDP are: Comply with all IDP requirements identified by the Municipal Government Act; Engage with community members and stakeholders in all parts of the project; Identify options for service provision between the County and the Town; and Indentify future land uses for the IDP area and establish regulations for intermunicipal referrals. Complete…Read More
Big Lakes County is taking shelterbelt tree orders! Download the Quick Fact Sheet to see what trees are available for purchase then download the Tree Order Form to select your trees. Please note: payment is due when your order is placed. A pick-up date will be communicated through mail/email. Payment may be made by cash or cheque at the Big Lakes County Office. Orders not picked up will be distributed at the Agricultural Fieldman’s discretion,…Read More
Notice is hereby given that the December 26, 2018 Regular Council meeting has been cancelled.
All meetings are open to the public and are held in the Council Chambers of the Big Lakes County Administration Building.
This constitutes notice to the public in accordance with sections 193 & 195 of the Municipal Government Act. Read More
Due to the recent restructuring of the Recreation Department under the Town of High Prairie, the Administration number of 780-523-3988 is no longer in service.
To contact Recreation’s Administrative Office please call the new number 780-523-3388, extension 1002.
Note: the Aquatic Centre 780-523-4224 and the Sports Palace 780-523-4044 numbers will remain the same. Read More
Notice is hereby given that the Spray Exemption Policy has been changed so that a signature on the contract will only be required once. If you previously enrolled for spray exemption you still need to sign a contract before May 1, 2019. This signed contract will include participants on a permanent basis. But if the contract is not signed for 2019, the land previously enrolled will not be rolled over. As always, new contracts will…Read More