The Town of Drumheller offers funding, assistance and support to reduce barriers and ensure that all residents are able to stay active and involved. The Town of Drumheller offers funding, assistance and support to reduce barriers and ensure that all residents are able to stay active and involved.
- Community Programs
- Emergency Services
- Taxes & Payments
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Town Services
- New Residents
Home Help - Outdoor Services Program
This program offers subsidized lawn mowing and snow removal to eligible residents.
- Clients must be aged 55+
- Clients must reside in the Town of Drumheller and
- Clients must have a household income below $38,700 (couples) or $33,700 (singles)
Recreation Fee Assistance Program
The purpose of the Town of Drumheller’s Recreation Fee Assistance program is to improve the well-being and quality of life for its residents by offering access to the Arena, Aquaplex, and Badlands Community Facility (BCF) at a reduced rate.
The Recreation Fee Assistance program offers a subsidy of up to a maximum of 90% of the Recreation Membership fees and up to $200 credit towards programming for qualifying applicants.
Please review, fill out and submit the form below to get started.
(a) Letter of acceptance to financial supports – such as AISH or
Guaranteed Income Supplement
(b) Two (2) recent pay stubs
(c) Income tax forms
(d) Notice of Assessment
(e) Direct deposit statements
(f) Approval of other benefit/program
(g) Other – Letter/Interview explaining current situation
* Residents of Grace House do not need to show proof of income, however they do need to show proof of residency by providing a letter from Grace House. Residents of Grace House will be eligible to a maximum of 90% on a 3-month membership, depending on residency term. Residents who move
If you do not have qualifying documentation, please complete the rest of the application. You will be phoned for an interview.
(a) A married or common law couple with or without dependents;
(b) Up to two cohabitating adults, with or without dependents;
(c) A lone parent with dependents;
(d) Guardian(s) and the dependents in their care;
(e) Intergenerational families with or without dependents.