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7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Jammin' Nights @ the Plaza

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Join us tonight from 7:00pm – 9:00pm to enjoy some of the best emerging acts that the local Drumheller Valley music scene has to offer!  

All sound and equipment will be supplied at the Plaza, so all you need to do is come down to bring you, your friends and your family down to join us. In addition to this live entertainment and the opportunity to perform, there will also be a non-profit concession with proceeds going to the Badlands Drum Circle! 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep your eye out for any weather updates! 

 

Please call Litto Castillo at the Music Box by calling 587-795-0475 to register! 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Summer @ the Plaza - Liz Christensen

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

We know that it’s been a little over a month since the Stampede ended... But we want to remind you that the excitement for live entertainment doesn’t have to stop there! Join Liz Christensen and us tonight at the Plaza from 7:00pm - 9:00pm for an evening of live music!  

Liz Christensen is a singer-songwriter from rural Alberta, who harbours a deep-rooted passion for music. Her rural and country roots have influenced her love for music, and we cannot wait for her to share her talents with all of you!  

Bring your friends, a cold drink and a chair to relax and play games, eat some food from the concession provided by the Legion and even bring your furry friend along for the night out (don’t worry, we have a pet hydration station available!). 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep an eye out for any weather updates! 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Summer @ the Plaza - Band of Brothers

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

From folk (which is what this week’s act will feature) to funk to rock and roll, our weekend line ups are sure to take you out of any funk and put you in a fantastic summer mood! Join us tonight from 7:00pm - 9:00pm for Band of Brothers!

We are excited for Band of Brothers to take the stage and wow the Drumheller Valley with the talents that he has to offer! Come on... What could possibly be better than some live entertainment playing in the background while the sun sets?  

Bring your friends, a cold drink and a chair to relax and play games, eat some food from the concession provided by the Legion and even bring your furry friend along for the night out (don’t worry, we have a pet hydration station available!). 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep an eye out for any weather updates! 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Jammin' Nights @ the Plaza

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Join us tonight from 7:00pm – 9:00pm to enjoy some of the best emerging acts that the local Drumheller Valley music scene has to offer!  

All sound and equipment will be supplied at the Plaza, so all you need to do is come down to bring you, your friends and your family down to join us. In addition to this live entertainment and the opportunity to perform, there will also be a non-profit concession with proceeds going to the Badlands Drum Circle! 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep your eye out for any weather updates! 

 

Please call Litto Castillo at the Music Box by calling 587-795-0475 to register! 

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Regular Council Meeting

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Regular Council Meeting

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Valley Bus Society

Valley Bus Society is a non-for-profit organization created to ensure that accessible transportation is available to all persons with disabilities and seniors in Drumheller. This board comprises six members, one of which is an elected member of Council. 

Aug 11, 7:00 pm - Aug 12, 8:00 pm

Drumheller Public Library Board

The Drumheller Public Library Board us comprised of eight members, one in which is an elected member of Council. The seven other members are appointed by Council from the Town at large. Board members meet to discuss items surrounding the Drumheller Public Library.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) comprises seven members, two of which are members of Council. Council appoints the five seats from citizens of the Town at large. MPC is authorized to make decisions on applications for development approval in accordance with the administrative procedures, land uses and schedules established in the municipal land use bylaw. Its decisions can be appealed.  

2:00 pm - 5:15 pm

Good Food Box

Location: 627 6 Street East, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y5

Each month you can order a large box ($20) or small ($10) full of fresh fruits and vegetables. The Good Food Club membership ($10 annual fee) saves you money, is a fun way to shop, is member driven and promotes community. Pre-ordering decreases waste, bulk purchasing keeps costs low, and member/volunteer commitments decreases the cost of running the program.

Contact for volunteering or more information: Heather Carlson, Community Development Coordinator 403-334-1772

Ordering: Nazarene Church 403-823-2156

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Jammin' Nights @ the Plaza

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Join us tonight from 7:00pm – 9:00pm to enjoy some of the best emerging acts that the local Drumheller Valley music scene has to offer!  

All sound and equipment will be supplied at the Plaza, so all you need to do is come down to bring you, your friends and your family down to join us. In addition to this live entertainment and the opportunity to perform, there will also be a non-profit concession with proceeds going to the Badlands Drum Circle! 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep your eye out for any weather updates! 

 

Please call Litto Castillo at the Music Box by calling 587-795-0475 to register! 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Summer @ the Plaza - The Arthrictics

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Tonight, from 7:00pm – 9:00pm, The Arthrictics will bring some local flavor to the Summer @ the Plaza stage, and we couldn’t be more excited!  

Whether performing their own songs, or their unique takes on other people’s material, they have a sound unlike any other band.  

Bring your friends, a cold drink and a chair to relax and play games, eat some food from the concession provided by the Legion and even bring your furry friend along for the night out (don’t worry, we have a pet hydration station available!). 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep an eye out for any weather updates! 

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Car Boot Sale 2021

The Town of Drumheller is excited to once again host a Car Boot Sale on August 14, 2021. This event will run from 10:00am - 3:00pm.  

Registration IS required for those wishing to sell at the Car Boot Sale!

To make room for all the participants of the Car Boot Sale, there will be a road closure on August 14 – 3rd Ave East from Centre Street to 1st Street West.  

This event is weather permitting. If the weather does not allow for the Car Boot Sale to happen on August 14, the alternate date will be in September.  

Please click the link below to find the registration form. 

https://www.drumheller.ca/live/community-programs-events/events  

For more information, contact Karen Schneck by email at events@drumheller.ca or by calling 403-823-1376.  

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Summer @ the Plaza - Sundown

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Country, classic rock, blues and rock are the words that sum up Sundown, though we want you to come out and experience them for yourselves. Don’t take our word for it, come down tonight from 7:00pm - 9:00pm to see it yourself!

Bring your friends, a cold drink and a chair to relax and play games, eat some food from the concession provided by the Legion and even bring your furry friend along for the night out (don’t worry, we have a pet hydration station available!). 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep an eye out for any weather updates! 

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Block Buddy Online Training

Free Block Buddy training sessions will be hosted online on June 15, July 15 and August 15. You can choose to participate in the session from 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm, or from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm.

Along with getting to know your neighbours, these training sessions can allow you to: 

  • Arrange play dates and sitters for children and pets. 
  • Reduce loneliness and social isolation. 
  • Make your neighbourhood safer and friendlier. 
  • Increase physical and mental health and wellbeing.  
  • Meet others with common interests. 
  • Share resources, talents and skills.  
  • Receive and offer help to one another.  
  • Resolve and reduce neighbour conflicts. 

You are an important neighbour. Join us in welcoming others by clicking here.

12:00 am - 12:00 am

Committee of the Whole - (CANCELLED)

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Jammin' Nights @ the Plaza

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Join us tonight from 7:00pm – 9:00pm to enjoy some of the best emerging acts that the local Drumheller Valley music scene has to offer!  

All sound and equipment will be supplied at the Plaza, so all you need to do is come down to bring you, your friends and your family down to join us. In addition to this live entertainment and the opportunity to perform, there will also be a non-profit concession with proceeds going to the Badlands Drum Circle! 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep your eye out for any weather updates! 

 

Please call Litto Castillo at the Music Box by calling 587-795-0475 to register! 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Summer @ the Plaza - Busker Bob

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

If you’re downtown tonight from 7:00pm – 9:00pm and you hear music making its way through the streets... Don’t be afraid to follow the sound and join us at the Plaza!  

Summer @ the Plaza is excited to share the local talents of Busker Bob up on the stage, and we want to invite people to bring a chair or blanket to take in the Plaza atmosphere with us!  

Bring your friends, a cold drink and a chair to relax and play games, eat some food from the concession provided by the Legion and even bring your furry friend along for the night out (don’t worry, we have a pet hydration station available!). 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep an eye out for any weather updates! 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Summer @ the Plaza - Blacksheep

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

It’s nearly the end of our summer together, but we can’t wait to see you at the Plaza tonight from 7:00pm – 9:00pm to celebrate while Blacksheep takes the stage and wows us with his talent!  

In addition to musical medleys performed by our guests, we want to invite you to join us for games, a concession provided by the Legion and a friendly space for your furry family members to accompany you and enjoy summer evenings (don’t worry, we even have a pet hydration station handy)! 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep an eye out for any weather updates! 

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Regular Council Meeting

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Regular Council Meeting

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Poetry in the Plaza

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Our open mic is calling all poets in the Drumheller Valley to join us for Poetry in the Plaza!  

Get your work out there for others to connect to it, relate to it, learn from it, feel from it and enjoy it!  

This event is perfect for established poets or people who are emerging and just trying things out, as well as being open to all ages. 

This sounds like a dream, right? Well, this isn't just a simile! Join us for Poetry in the Plaza on August 24th from 6:30 pm until 8:30 pm for a night of poetry! 

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) comprises seven members, two of which are members of Council. Council appoints the five seats from citizens of the Town at large. MPC is authorized to make decisions on applications for development approval in accordance with the administrative procedures, land uses and schedules established in the municipal land use bylaw. Its decisions can be appealed.  

3:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Drumheller & District Seniors' Foundation Board

The Drumheller & District Seniors' Foundation Board (DDSFB) provides governance  with a mandate to ensure Drumheller Valley senior's have a high quality of life by providing affordable and supportive accommodations. 

This board consists of one elected official, and four members at large. 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Jammin' Nights @ the Plaza

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Join us tonight from 7:00pm – 9:00pm to enjoy some of the best emerging acts that the local Drumheller Valley music scene has to offer!  

All sound and equipment will be supplied at the Plaza, so all you need to do is come down to bring you, your friends and your family down to join us. In addition to this live entertainment and the opportunity to perform, there will also be a non-profit concession with proceeds going to the Badlands Drum Circle! 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep your eye out for any weather updates! 

 

Please call Litto Castillo at the Music Box by calling 587-795-0475 to register! 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Citizens on Patrol Association

Citizens on Patrol Association hosts an executive committee with representation of one councillor, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Town of Drumheller's Director of Protective Services. The mission of this group is to assist the RCMP in monitoring suspicious activity in the Drumheller Valley. 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Summer @ the Plaza - TBD

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Check back later for more information!

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Summer @ the Plaza - Rachel Graf

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Alright, we are bringing up a bit of a Throwback Moment right now...  

But, back in 2015, Drumheller’s Got Talent was an event that proved that the Drumheller Valley was and is overflowing with talent... And we can confirm that fact, seeing as the winner of Drumheller’s Got Talent 2015, Rachel Graf, will be performing on the Summer @ the Plaza stage tonight from 7:00pm - 9:00pm!

In addition to musical medleys performed by our guests, we want to invite you to join us for games, a concession provided by the Legion and a friendly space for your furry family members to accompany you and enjoy summer evenings (don’t worry, we even have a pet hydration station handy)! 

Picnic dinners are allowed (and encouraged), but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep an eye out for any weather updates! 

4:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Committee of the Whole

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Jammin' Nights @ the Plaza

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Join us tonight from 7:00pm – 9:00pm to enjoy some of the best emerging acts that the local Drumheller Valley music scene has to offer!  

All sound and equipment will be supplied at the Plaza, so all you need to do is come down to bring you, your friends and your family down to join us. In addition to this live entertainment and the opportunity to perform, there will also be a non-profit concession with proceeds going to the Badlands Drum Circle! 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep your eye out for any weather updates! 

 

Please call Litto Castillo at the Music Box by calling 587-795-0475 to register! 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Summer @ the Plaza - TBD

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

Check back later for more information!

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Summer @ the Plaza - Jaydee Bixby

Location: Downtown Plaza, 298 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta

For Summer @ the Plaza’s final evening of live performances, we are excited to welcome Jaydee Bixby to the stage tonight from 7:00pm - 9:00pm!

Relatives that share the ‘Hillbilly Bixby’ name have highlighted stages across the Drumheller Valley and other areas in Alberta, and we are excited to invite Jaydee’s great lineage of raw, honest country music back up in the Drumheller Valley.  

In addition to musical medleys performed by our guests, we want to invite you to join us for games, a concession provided by the Legion and a friendly space for your furry family members to accompany you and enjoy summer evenings (don’t worry, we even have a pet hydration station handy)! 

Picnic dinners are allowed, but please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the Plaza! This event will only run weather permitting, so please keep an eye out for any weather updates!  

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Regular Council Meeting

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Regular Council Meeting

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Valley Bus Society

Valley Bus Society is a non-for-profit organization created to ensure that accessible transportation is available to all persons with disabilities and seniors in Drumheller. This board comprises six members, one of which is an elected member of Council. 

Sep 08, 7:00 pm - Sep 09, 8:00 pm

Drumheller Public Library Board

The Drumheller Public Library Board us comprised of eight members, one in which is an elected member of Council. The seven other members are appointed by Council from the Town at large. Board members meet to discuss items surrounding the Drumheller Public Library.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) comprises seven members, two of which are members of Council. Council appoints the five seats from citizens of the Town at large. MPC is authorized to make decisions on applications for development approval in accordance with the administrative procedures, land uses and schedules established in the municipal land use bylaw. Its decisions can be appealed.  

8:00 am - 8:00 pm

Kick it to the Curb

Residents of Drumheller can reduce, reuse and recycle belongings by placing them on their front boulevard or curb Friday, September 10th until Sunday, September 12th with a "FREE" label on it.

Kick it to the Curb is a community-wide opportunity for residents to say goodbye to unwanted, gently used household items, such as kitchenware, sporting equipment, unwanted gifts, electronics and furniture.

WHEN:
Friday, September 10, 2021
Saturday, September 11, 2021
Sunday, September 12, 2021
8:00 am - 8:00 pm each day.

HOW:
Participants bring their unwanted belongings to the boulevard or curb in front of their home, with a "FREE" label on it.

SOME THINGS TO REMEMBER:
◼️ Participants should only take items labelled as "FREE".
◼️ Respect others' property.
◼️ Discarding other items on another person's property is prohibited.
◼️ Curbside items must be removed at the end of the program to avoid fines.
◼️ Residents are encouraged to follow the Information for Shoppers of Second-hand Products guideline before participating in "Kick it to the Curb".

Remaining items left over from this program must be removed from the curbside or boulevard no later than Sunday, September 12th at 11:59 pm.

Residents are encouraged to donate any leftover items that are in good condition to our local donation services.

Additionally, remaining items can be disposed of in the Community Clean Up program, scheduled for September 13th – 24th, 2021.

For more information on Community Clean Up and acceptable items, please visit drumheller.ca.

8:00 am - 8:00 pm

Kick it to the Curb

Residents of Drumheller can reduce, reuse and recycle belongings by placing them on their front boulevard or curb Friday, September 10th until Sunday, September 12th with a "FREE" label on it.

Kick it to the Curb is a community-wide opportunity for residents to say goodbye to unwanted, gently used household items, such as kitchenware, sporting equipment, unwanted gifts, electronics and furniture.

WHEN:
Friday, September 10, 2021
Saturday, September 11, 2021
Sunday, September 12, 2021
8:00 am - 8:00 pm each day.

HOW:
Participants bring their unwanted belongings to the boulevard or curb in front of their home, with a "FREE" label on it.

SOME THINGS TO REMEMBER:
◼️ Participants should only take items labelled as "FREE".
◼️ Respect others' property.
◼️ Discarding other items on another person's property is prohibited.
◼️ Curbside items must be removed at the end of the program to avoid fines.
◼️ Residents are encouraged to follow the Information for Shoppers of Second-hand Products guideline before participating in "Kick it to the Curb".

Remaining items left over from this program must be removed from the curbside or boulevard no later than Sunday, September 12th at 11:59 pm.

Residents are encouraged to donate any leftover items that are in good condition to our local donation services.

Additionally, remaining items can be disposed of in the Community Clean Up program, scheduled for September 13th – 24th, 2021.

For more information on Community Clean Up and acceptable items, please visit drumheller.ca.

8:00 am - 8:00 pm

Kick it to the Curb

Residents of Drumheller can reduce, reuse and recycle belongings by placing them on their front boulevard or curb Friday, September 10th until Sunday, September 12th with a "FREE" label on it.

Kick it to the Curb is a community-wide opportunity for residents to say goodbye to unwanted, gently used household items, such as kitchenware, sporting equipment, unwanted gifts, electronics and furniture.

WHEN:
Friday, September 10, 2021
Saturday, September 11, 2021
Sunday, September 12, 2021
8:00 am - 8:00 pm each day.

HOW:
Participants bring their unwanted belongings to the boulevard or curb in front of their home, with a "FREE" label on it.

SOME THINGS TO REMEMBER:
◼️ Participants should only take items labelled as "FREE".
◼️ Respect others' property.
◼️ Discarding other items on another person's property is prohibited.
◼️ Curbside items must be removed at the end of the program to avoid fines.
◼️ Residents are encouraged to follow the Information for Shoppers of Second-hand Products guideline before participating in "Kick it to the Curb".

Remaining items left over from this program must be removed from the curbside or boulevard no later than Sunday, September 12th at 11:59 pm.

Residents are encouraged to donate any leftover items that are in good condition to our local donation services.

Additionally, remaining items can be disposed of in the Community Clean Up program, scheduled for September 13th – 24th, 2021.

For more information on Community Clean Up and acceptable items, please visit drumheller.ca.

7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Community Clean Up - Day One - East Coulee, Cambria, Lehigh, Starmine, Hwy 10 Residences to Rosedale

SEPTEMBER 13 COMMUNITIES:
East Coulee
Cambria
Lehigh
Starmine
Hwy 10 Residences to Rosedale

Items must be sorted separately and placed at your regular household garbage collection area by 7:00 am on your pickup day.
Place these items AWAY from ones you wish to keep.

Acceptable Items

Household materials
Couches, chairs, mattress sets, dressers, desks, bookshelves, clothing, lamps (light bulbs removed), toys.

Metal
Barbeques, play sets, lawn mowers, trimmers (all oil and fuel must be removed, or it will not be collected).

Compostable materials
Leaves (bagged), grass clippings and tree branches (less than 1-foot diameter and cut to 4-foot lengths, tied or bundled). 

Electronics
Televisions, computers and
accessories, printers, microwaves, fax machines, stereos, electronic games, power tools. 

Freon appliances
Fridges, freezers, air conditioners and water coolers have a $15 disposal fee for each item. This fee can be paid at Town Hall, and a sticker will be provided as proof of purchase. The sticker you receive must then be displayed on the item.

Other
Tires (with or without rims), propane tanks, vehicle batteries, paint.

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS

Renovation/demolition materials
Wood, drywall, shingles, fences, decks, toilets, counter tops, vanities, carpet/underlay, windows, doors, etc.

What about household hazardous waste?
Due to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, the following materials CAN NOT be collected: used oil/oil filters, household cleaners, garden chemicals, fire extinguishers, household batteries, vehicle propane tanks, drums of liquid,
empty drums with the lids intact.

Other Info
* Commercial/Industrial waste is NOT included in the program.
* No single site is to exceed the volume of a 1/2 ton truck.
* No waste should be brought in from outside of Drumheller Corporate limits.

Questions?
Drumheller & District Regional Landfill
Call: 403-823-1345
Email: info@drumhellerlandfill.com
Website: www.drumhellerlandfill.com

4:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Committee of the Whole

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Community Clean Up - Day Two - Wayne, Rosedale, Hwy 10x, Hwy 10 Rosedale to Corporate Limits

SEPTEMBER 14 COMMUNITIES:
Wayne
Rosedale
Hwy 10x
Hwy 10 Rosedale to Corporate Limits

Items must be sorted separately and placed at your regular household garbage collection area by 7:00 am on your pickup day.
Place these items AWAY from ones you wish to keep.

Acceptable Items

Household materials
Couches, chairs, mattress sets, dressers, desks, bookshelves, clothing, lamps (light bulbs removed), toys.

Metal
Barbeques, play sets, lawn mowers, trimmers (all oil and fuel must be removed, or it will not be collected).

Compostable materials
Leaves (bagged), grass clippings and tree branches (less than 1-foot diameter and cut to 4-foot lengths, tied or bundled). 

Electronics
Televisions, computers and
accessories, printers, microwaves, fax machines, stereos, electronic games, power tools. 

Freon appliances
Fridges, freezers, air conditioners and water coolers have a $15 disposal fee for each item. This fee can be paid at Town Hall, and a sticker will be provided as proof of purchase. The sticker you receive must then be displayed on the item.

Other
Tires (with or without rims), propane tanks, vehicle batteries, paint.

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS

Renovation/demolition materials
Wood, drywall, shingles, fences, decks, toilets, counter tops, vanities, carpet/underlay, windows, doors, etc.

What about household hazardous waste?
Due to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, the following materials CAN NOT be collected: used oil/oil filters, household cleaners, garden chemicals, fire extinguishers, household batteries, vehicle propane tanks, drums of liquid,
empty drums with the lids intact.

Other Info
◼️ Commercial/Industrial waste is NOT included in the program.
◼️ No single site is to exceed the volume of a 1/2 ton truck.
◼️ No waste should be brought in from outside of Drumheller Corporate limits.

Questions?
Drumheller & District Regional Landfill
Call: 403-823-1345
Email: info@drumhellerlandfill.com
Website: www.drumhellerlandfill.com

7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Community Clean Up - Day Three - Nacmine

SEPTEMBER 15 COMMUNITY:
Nacmine

Items must be sorted separately and placed at your regular household garbage collection area by 7:00 am on your pickup day.
Place these items AWAY from ones you wish to keep.

Acceptable Items

Household materials
Couches, chairs, mattress sets, dressers, desks, bookshelves, clothing, lamps (light bulbs removed), toys.

Metal
Barbeques, play sets, lawn mowers, trimmers (all oil and fuel must be removed, or it will not be collected).

Compostable materials
Leaves (bagged), grass clippings and tree branches (less than 1-foot diameter and cut to 4-foot lengths, tied or bundled). 

Electronics
Televisions, computers and
accessories, printers, microwaves, fax machines, stereos, electronic games, power tools. 

Freon appliances
Fridges, freezers, air conditioners and water coolers have a $15 disposal fee for each item. This fee can be paid at Town Hall, and a sticker will be provided as proof of purchase. The sticker you receive must then be displayed on the item.

Other
Tires (with or without rims), propane tanks, vehicle batteries, paint.

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS

Renovation/demolition materials
Wood, drywall, shingles, fences, decks, toilets, counter tops, vanities, carpet/underlay, windows, doors, etc.

What about household hazardous waste?
Due to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, the following materials CAN NOT be collected: used oil/oil filters, household cleaners, garden chemicals, fire extinguishers, household batteries, vehicle propane tanks, drums of liquid,
empty drums with the lids intact.

Other Info
* Commercial/Industrial waste is NOT included in the program.
* No single site is to exceed the volume of a 1/2 ton truck.
* No waste should be brought in from outside of Drumheller Corporate limits.

Questions?
Drumheller & District Regional Landfill
Call: 403-823-1345
Email: info@drumhellerlandfill.com
Website: www.drumhellerlandfill.com

7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Community Clean Up - Day Four - Midland, North Drumheller, Verdant Valley Road

SEPTEMBER 16 COMMUNITIES:
Midland
North Drumheller
Verdant Valley Road

Items must be sorted separately and placed at your regular household garbage collection area by 7:00 am on your pickup day.
Place these items AWAY from ones you wish to keep.

Acceptable Items

Household materials
Couches, chairs, mattress sets, dressers, desks, bookshelves, clothing, lamps (light bulbs removed), toys.

Metal
Barbeques, play sets, lawn mowers, trimmers (all oil and fuel must be removed, or it will not be collected).

Compostable materials
Leaves (bagged), grass clippings and tree branches (less than 1-foot diameter and cut to 4-foot lengths, tied or bundled). 

Electronics
Televisions, computers and
accessories, printers, microwaves, fax machines, stereos, electronic games, power tools. 

Freon appliances
Fridges, freezers, air conditioners and water coolers have a $15 disposal fee for each item. This fee can be paid at Town Hall, and a sticker will be provided as proof of purchase. The sticker you receive must then be displayed on the item.

Other
Tires (with or without rims), propane tanks, vehicle batteries, paint.

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS

Renovation/demolition materials
Wood, drywall, shingles, fences, decks, toilets, counter tops, vanities, carpet/underlay, windows, doors, etc.

What about household hazardous waste?
Due to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, the following materials CAN NOT be collected: used oil/oil filters, household cleaners, garden chemicals, fire extinguishers, household batteries, vehicle propane tanks, drums of liquid,
empty drums with the lids intact.

Other Info
* Commercial/Industrial waste is NOT included in the program.
* No single site is to exceed the volume of a 1/2 ton truck.
* No waste should be brought in from outside of Drumheller Corporate limits.

Questions?
Drumheller & District Regional Landfill
Call: 403-823-1345
Email: info@drumhellerlandfill.com
Website: www.drumhellerlandfill.com

7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Community Clean Up - Day Five - North and South Newcastle

SEPTEMBER 20 COMMUNITIES:
North and South Newcastle

Items must be sorted separately and placed at your regular household garbage collection area by 7:00 am on your pickup day.
Place these items AWAY from ones you wish to keep.

Acceptable Items

Household materials
Couches, chairs, mattress sets, dressers, desks, bookshelves, clothing, lamps (light bulbs removed), toys.

Metal
Barbeques, play sets, lawn mowers, trimmers (all oil and fuel must be removed, or it will not be collected).

Compostable materials
Leaves (bagged), grass clippings and tree branches (less than 1-foot diameter and cut to 4-foot lengths, tied or bundled). 

Electronics
Televisions, computers and
accessories, printers, microwaves, fax machines, stereos, electronic games, power tools. 

Freon appliances
Fridges, freezers, air conditioners and water coolers have a $15 disposal fee for each item. This fee can be paid at Town Hall, and a sticker will be provided as proof of purchase. The sticker you receive must then be displayed on the item.

Other
Tires (with or without rims), propane tanks, vehicle batteries, paint.

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS

Renovation/demolition materials
Wood, drywall, shingles, fences, decks, toilets, counter tops, vanities, carpet/underlay, windows, doors, etc.

What about household hazardous waste?
Due to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, the following materials CAN NOT be collected: used oil/oil filters, household cleaners, garden chemicals, fire extinguishers, household batteries, vehicle propane tanks, drums of liquid,
empty drums with the lids intact.

Other Info
* Commercial/Industrial waste is NOT included in the program.
* No single site is to exceed the volume of a 1/2 ton truck.
* No waste should be brought in from outside of Drumheller Corporate limits.

Questions?
Drumheller & District Regional Landfill
Call: 403-823-1345
Email: info@drumhellerlandfill.com
Website: www.drumhellerlandfill.com

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Regular Council Meeting

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Regular Council Meeting

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Community Clean Up - Day Six - Central Drumheller, East Newcastle, from 9th Street West to 5th Street East

SEPTEMBER 21 COMMUNITIES:
Central Drumheller
East Newcastle from 9th Street West to 5th Street East

Items must be sorted separately and placed at your regular household garbage collection area by 7:00 am on your pickup day.
Place these items AWAY from ones you wish to keep.

Acceptable Items

Household materials
Couches, chairs, mattress sets, dressers, desks, bookshelves, clothing, lamps (light bulbs removed), toys.

Metal
Barbeques, play sets, lawn mowers, trimmers (all oil and fuel must be removed, or it will not be collected).

Compostable materials
Leaves (bagged), grass clippings and tree branches (less than 1-foot diameter and cut to 4-foot lengths, tied or bundled). 

Electronics
Televisions, computers and
accessories, printers, microwaves, fax machines, stereos, electronic games, power tools. 

Freon appliances
Fridges, freezers, air conditioners and water coolers have a $15 disposal fee for each item. This fee can be paid at Town Hall, and a sticker will be provided as proof of purchase. The sticker you receive must then be displayed on the item.

Other
Tires (with or without rims), propane tanks, vehicle batteries, paint.

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS

Renovation/demolition materials
Wood, drywall, shingles, fences, decks, toilets, counter tops, vanities, carpet/underlay, windows, doors, etc.

What about household hazardous waste?
Due to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, the following materials CAN NOT be collected: used oil/oil filters, household cleaners, garden chemicals, fire extinguishers, household batteries, vehicle propane tanks, drums of liquid,
empty drums with the lids intact.

Other Info
* Commercial/Industrial waste is NOT included in the program.
* No single site is to exceed the volume of a 1/2 ton truck.
* No waste should be brought in from outside of Drumheller Corporate limits.

Questions?
Drumheller & District Regional Landfill
Call: 403-823-1345
Email: info@drumhellerlandfill.com
Website: www.drumhellerlandfill.com

7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Community Clean Up - Day Seven - Bankview, Huntington - North of 10th Avenue South East 8

SEPTEMBER 22 COMMUNITIES:
Bankview
Huntington - North of 10th Avenue South East 8

Items must be sorted separately and placed at your regular household garbage collection area by 7:00 am on your pickup day.
Place these items AWAY from ones you wish to keep.

Acceptable Items

Household materials
Couches, chairs, mattress sets, dressers, desks, bookshelves, clothing, lamps (light bulbs removed), toys.

Metal
Barbeques, play sets, lawn mowers, trimmers (all oil and fuel must be removed, or it will not be collected).

Compostable materials
Leaves (bagged), grass clippings and tree branches (less than 1-foot diameter and cut to 4-foot lengths, tied or bundled). 

Electronics
Televisions, computers and
accessories, printers, microwaves, fax machines, stereos, electronic games, power tools. 

Freon appliances
Fridges, freezers, air conditioners and water coolers have a $15 disposal fee for each item. This fee can be paid at Town Hall, and a sticker will be provided as proof of purchase. The sticker you receive must then be displayed on the item.

Other
Tires (with or without rims), propane tanks, vehicle batteries, paint.

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS

Renovation/demolition materials
Wood, drywall, shingles, fences, decks, toilets, counter tops, vanities, carpet/underlay, windows, doors, etc.

What about household hazardous waste?
Due to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, the following materials CAN NOT be collected: used oil/oil filters, household cleaners, garden chemicals, fire extinguishers, household batteries, vehicle propane tanks, drums of liquid,
empty drums with the lids intact.

Other Info
* Commercial/Industrial waste is NOT included in the program.
* No single site is to exceed the volume of a 1/2 ton truck.
* No waste should be brought in from outside of Drumheller Corporate limits.

Questions?
Drumheller & District Regional Landfill
Call: 403-823-1345
Email: info@drumhellerlandfill.com
Website: www.drumhellerlandfill.com

7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Community Clean Up - Day Eight - Greentree, Huntington

SEPTEMBER 23 COMMUNITIES:
Greentree
Huntington

Items must be sorted separately and placed at your regular household garbage collection area by 7:00 am on your pickup day.
Place these items AWAY from ones you wish to keep.

Acceptable Items

Household materials
Couches, chairs, mattress sets, dressers, desks, bookshelves, clothing, lamps (light bulbs removed), toys.

Metal
Barbeques, play sets, lawn mowers, trimmers (all oil and fuel must be removed, or it will not be collected).

Compostable materials
Leaves (bagged), grass clippings and tree branches (less than 1-foot diameter and cut to 4-foot lengths, tied or bundled). 

Electronics
Televisions, computers and
accessories, printers, microwaves, fax machines, stereos, electronic games, power tools. 

Freon appliances
Fridges, freezers, air conditioners and water coolers have a $15 disposal fee for each item. This fee can be paid at Town Hall, and a sticker will be provided as proof of purchase. The sticker you receive must then be displayed on the item.

Other
Tires (with or without rims), propane tanks, vehicle batteries, paint.

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS

Renovation/demolition materials
Wood, drywall, shingles, fences, decks, toilets, counter tops, vanities, carpet/underlay, windows, doors, etc.

What about household hazardous waste?
Due to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, the following materials CAN NOT be collected: used oil/oil filters, household cleaners, garden chemicals, fire extinguishers, household batteries, vehicle propane tanks, drums of liquid,
empty drums with the lids intact.

Other Info
* Commercial/Industrial waste is NOT included in the program.
* No single site is to exceed the volume of a 1/2 ton truck.
* No waste should be brought in from outside of Drumheller Corporate limits.

Questions?
Drumheller & District Regional Landfill
Call: 403-823-1345
Email: info@drumhellerlandfill.com
Website: www.drumhellerlandfill.com

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) comprises seven members, two of which are members of Council. Council appoints the five seats from citizens of the Town at large. MPC is authorized to make decisions on applications for development approval in accordance with the administrative procedures, land uses and schedules established in the municipal land use bylaw. Its decisions can be appealed.  

3:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Drumheller & District Seniors' Foundation Board

The Drumheller & District Seniors' Foundation Board (DDSFB) provides governance  with a mandate to ensure Drumheller Valley senior's have a high quality of life by providing affordable and supportive accommodations. 

This board consists of one elected official, and four members at large. 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Citizens on Patrol Association

Citizens on Patrol Association hosts an executive committee with representation of one councillor, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Town of Drumheller's Director of Protective Services. The mission of this group is to assist the RCMP in monitoring suspicious activity in the Drumheller Valley. 

7:00 am - 4:00 pm

Community Clean Up - Day Nine - Riverside Drive between 5th Street East and Willow Estates

SEPTEMBER 24 COMMUNITIES:
Riverside Drive between 5th Street East and Willow Estates

Items must be sorted separately and placed at your regular household garbage collection area by 7:00 am on your pickup day.
Place these items AWAY from ones you wish to keep.

Acceptable Items

Household materials
Couches, chairs, mattress sets, dressers, desks, bookshelves, clothing, lamps (light bulbs removed), toys.

Metal
Barbeques, play sets, lawn mowers, trimmers (all oil and fuel must be removed, or it will not be collected).

Compostable materials
Leaves (bagged), grass clippings and tree branches (less than 1-foot diameter and cut to 4-foot lengths, tied or bundled). 

Electronics
Televisions, computers and
accessories, printers, microwaves, fax machines, stereos, electronic games, power tools. 

Freon appliances
Fridges, freezers, air conditioners and water coolers have a $15 disposal fee for each item. This fee can be paid at Town Hall, and a sticker will be provided as proof of purchase. The sticker you receive must then be displayed on the item.

Other
Tires (with or without rims), propane tanks, vehicle batteries, paint.

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS

Renovation/demolition materials
Wood, drywall, shingles, fences, decks, toilets, counter tops, vanities, carpet/underlay, windows, doors, etc.

What about household hazardous waste?
Due to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, the following materials CAN NOT be collected: used oil/oil filters, household cleaners, garden chemicals, fire extinguishers, household batteries, vehicle propane tanks, drums of liquid,
empty drums with the lids intact.

Other Info
* Commercial/Industrial waste is NOT included in the program.
* No single site is to exceed the volume of a 1/2 ton truck.
* No waste should be brought in from outside of Drumheller Corporate limits.

Questions?
Drumheller & District Regional Landfill
Call: 403-823-1345
Email: info@drumhellerlandfill.com
Website: www.drumhellerlandfill.com

4:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Committee of the Whole

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Regular Council Meeting

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Regular Council Meeting

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) comprises seven members, two of which are members of Council. Council appoints the five seats from citizens of the Town at large. MPC is authorized to make decisions on applications for development approval in accordance with the administrative procedures, land uses and schedules established in the municipal land use bylaw. Its decisions can be appealed.  

Oct 12, 4:30 pm - Oct 15, 6:00 pm

Committee of the Whole

Council Meeting - Committee of the Whole

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Valley Bus Society

Valley Bus Society is a non-for-profit organization created to ensure that accessible transportation is available to all persons with disabilities and seniors in Drumheller. This board comprises six members, one of which is an elected member of Council. 

Oct 13, 7:00 pm - Oct 14, 8:00 pm

Drumheller Public Library Board

The Drumheller Public Library Board us comprised of eight members, one in which is an elected member of Council. The seven other members are appointed by Council from the Town at large. Board members meet to discuss items surrounding the Drumheller Public Library.

12:00 am - 12:00 am

Municipal Elections

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) comprises seven members, two of which are members of Council. Council appoints the five seats from citizens of the Town at large. MPC is authorized to make decisions on applications for development approval in accordance with the administrative procedures, land uses and schedules established in the municipal land use bylaw. Its decisions can be appealed.  

4:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Committee of the Whole

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

3:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Drumheller & District Seniors' Foundation Board

The Drumheller & District Seniors' Foundation Board (DDSFB) provides governance  with a mandate to ensure Drumheller Valley senior's have a high quality of life by providing affordable and supportive accommodations. 

This board consists of one elected official, and four members at large. 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Citizens on Patrol Association

Citizens on Patrol Association hosts an executive committee with representation of one councillor, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Town of Drumheller's Director of Protective Services. The mission of this group is to assist the RCMP in monitoring suspicious activity in the Drumheller Valley. 

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Regular Council Meeting

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Regular Council Meeting

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) comprises seven members, two of which are members of Council. Council appoints the five seats from citizens of the Town at large. MPC is authorized to make decisions on applications for development approval in accordance with the administrative procedures, land uses and schedules established in the municipal land use bylaw. Its decisions can be appealed.  

4:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Committee of the Whole

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Valley Bus Society

Valley Bus Society is a non-for-profit organization created to ensure that accessible transportation is available to all persons with disabilities and seniors in Drumheller. This board comprises six members, one of which is an elected member of Council. 

Nov 10, 7:00 pm - Nov 11, 8:00 pm

Drumheller Public Library Board

The Drumheller Public Library Board us comprised of eight members, one in which is an elected member of Council. The seven other members are appointed by Council from the Town at large. Board members meet to discuss items surrounding the Drumheller Public Library.

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Regular Council Meeting

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Regular Council Meeting

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) comprises seven members, two of which are members of Council. Council appoints the five seats from citizens of the Town at large. MPC is authorized to make decisions on applications for development approval in accordance with the administrative procedures, land uses and schedules established in the municipal land use bylaw. Its decisions can be appealed.  

4:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Committee of the Whole

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

3:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Drumheller & District Seniors' Foundation Board

The Drumheller & District Seniors' Foundation Board (DDSFB) provides governance  with a mandate to ensure Drumheller Valley senior's have a high quality of life by providing affordable and supportive accommodations. 

This board consists of one elected official, and four members at large. 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Citizens on Patrol Association

Citizens on Patrol Association hosts an executive committee with representation of one councillor, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Town of Drumheller's Director of Protective Services. The mission of this group is to assist the RCMP in monitoring suspicious activity in the Drumheller Valley. 

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Regular Council Meeting

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Regular Council Meeting

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) comprises seven members, two of which are members of Council. Council appoints the five seats from citizens of the Town at large. MPC is authorized to make decisions on applications for development approval in accordance with the administrative procedures, land uses and schedules established in the municipal land use bylaw. Its decisions can be appealed.  

4:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Committee of the Whole

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Valley Bus Society

Valley Bus Society is a non-for-profit organization created to ensure that accessible transportation is available to all persons with disabilities and seniors in Drumheller. This board comprises six members, one of which is an elected member of Council. 

Dec 08, 7:00 pm - Dec 09, 8:00 pm

Drumheller Public Library Board

The Drumheller Public Library Board us comprised of eight members, one in which is an elected member of Council. The seven other members are appointed by Council from the Town at large. Board members meet to discuss items surrounding the Drumheller Public Library.

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Regular Council Meeting

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Regular Council Meeting

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) comprises seven members, two of which are members of Council. Council appoints the five seats from citizens of the Town at large. MPC is authorized to make decisions on applications for development approval in accordance with the administrative procedures, land uses and schedules established in the municipal land use bylaw. Its decisions can be appealed.  

4:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Committee of the Whole

Location: 224 Centre Street, Drumheller AB T0J 0Y4

Meeting begins at 4:30pm

For agenda, live stream, and how to appear as a delegation please start here.

3:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Drumheller & District Seniors' Foundation Board

The Drumheller & District Seniors' Foundation Board (DDSFB) provides governance  with a mandate to ensure Drumheller Valley senior's have a high quality of life by providing affordable and supportive accommodations. 

This board consists of one elected official, and four members at large. 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Citizens on Patrol Association

Citizens on Patrol Association hosts an executive committee with representation of one councillor, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Town of Drumheller's Director of Protective Services. The mission of this group is to assist the RCMP in monitoring suspicious activity in the Drumheller Valley. 

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Municipal Planning Commission

The Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) comprises seven members, two of which are members of Council. Council appoints the five seats from citizens of the Town at large. MPC is authorized to make decisions on applications for development approval in accordance with the administrative procedures, land uses and schedules established in the municipal land use bylaw. Its decisions can be appealed.  

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