Streets, sidewalks, lanes, and trails
We are responsible for the repair and maintenance of all streets, sidewalks, lanes and trails within Town limits, except Highway 18 and Highway 44, which Alberta Transportation maintains.
We are committed to ensuring that roads, residential streets, sidewalks, lanes and trails are safe for vehicles and pedestrians. We assess all concerns and perform repairs on a priority basis.
Please obey all posted street signs and traffic control measures when you see our crews working on or near any roadways. These measures protect staff and ensure work is completed quickly and safely. We will give advance notice for specific construction projects to businesses and residents to minimize any service disruptions.
Contact us to report a problem
The quick repair of potholes, tripping hazards and signs is a high priority. Please contact 780-349-0237 during business hours, Monday to Friday, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. or call 780-349-0178 for help after-hours.
Asphalt maintenance and pothole repair
Asphalt repairs are completed throughout the spring and summer. We conduct visual inspections regularly, and problem areas are prioritized based on severity.
Reporting a pothole is very helpful, and we encourage residents to let us know by the location through our online service request.
Road and lane grading
Staff regularly inspect back lanes, and problem areas are addressed on a priority basis.
We conduct visual inspections regularly, and problem areas are prioritized based on severity. Any hazardous sidewalks and tripping hazards brought to our attention will be investigated, and repairs will be conducted on a priority basis.
Residential street sweeping occurs every spring and takes approximately four weeks to complete.
All street cleaning activities are coordinated in conjunction with our waste collection service provider and will not affect regular pick-up days.
Watch for signs in your neighbourhood. No parking signs are placed in residential subdivisions before the work starts. Do not park on the street and move any parked vehicles or trailers during the posted times.
Remove driveway gutter ramps and other on-street obstructions (basketball nets, waste collection carts, etc.)
View or download Traffic Bylaw 2015-05
Damaged trail sections will be maintained or repaired throughout the summer.
Dandelions are targeted in the spring in local parks, greenbelts and sports fields as required. Thistle and other noxious and prohibited noxious weeds are targeted in July and August throughout the town. Parks and Open Spaces monitors and treats weed infestations throughout the season.
Residents are responsible for controlling noxious weeds on their property, adjacent boulevards, and behind their back fence adjacent to their lane, if applicable.
View or download our Community Standards Bylaw 2013-08
View or download the Alberta Noxious Weed Identification Guide