Subscribe to Updates
- Programs & Services
- Column 1
- Column 2
- Column 3
News & Announcements
This week Council received a report on Drainage Project Management from SamEng and approved Bylaw 18-796 which redesignates property near the Greenview Regional Multiplex to Institutional District to allow for the future building of a new K to 12 school in Valleyview. Council also agreed to fund 50 per cent of the new Grande Cache Fire Hall and approved the program plans for the 2018-19 Youth Squad.
Please RSVP to email@example.com
The July 16, 2018 Committee of the Whole meeting in Grovedale next week is cancelled because there are no items on the agenda. A future meeting in Grovedale will be rescheduled at a later date. All ratepayers are welcome to attend meetings in any of our locations on the dates that are advertised on our website. Greenview Council holds meetings in DeBolt, Grande Cache and Grovedale several times per year to make it easier for individuals from other parts of the municipality to participate. Community groups and stakeholders that would like to make presentations to Council are encouraged to contact Council’s Executive Assistant at 780-524-7600 to schedule time at an upcoming meeting and discuss which date and location would work best for their delegation.
The July 16th Grovedale Ratepayer’s BBQ will continue as scheduled from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Grovedale Public Services Building.
Calling all photographers! The Municipal District of Greenview is now accepting entries from all photographers for its 2018 Annual Greenview Photo Contest.
Share your best Greenview images before 4 p.m. on September 14th for your chance to win!
At the regular council meeting on May 14, 2018 the Municipal District of Greenview No. 16 approved an increase to the Community Aggregate Payment Levy from $0.25 to $0.30 per tonne.
The Operations Department set the effective date to October 1, 2018 to give producers an opportunity to adjust to the new rate.
The following bylaws are scheduled to receive second and third reading by council at a public hearing on Monday, July 23, 2018, beginning at 10:00 a.m., in the Greenview council chambers.
Bylaw No. 18-794 within SE-21-69-06-W6 and Plan 0525741, Block 1, Lot 1 – Kiven Kettyle, Agricultural One (A-1) District to Agricultural Two (A-2) District.
Bylaw No. 18-795 within NW-11-70-07-W6 – Curtis Ritchie, Agricultural One (A-1) District to Country Residential One (CR-1) District.
Students at Son Rise and Susa Creek Schools in Grande Cache and St. Stephen’s in Valleyview had a special visitor this week. Greenview staff were on hand in Grande Cache on June 19th to announce the winners of the mascot naming and colouring contests. Jaely Moberly of Son Rise School suggested the winning name of Moberly Moose. Colouring contest winners were Mira El Hakim of Son Rise School in the Grades 1-2 category and Wannetta Karakuntie from Susa Creek for Grades 3-4. Moberly and Greenview Communications staff also surprised the students at St. Stephen’s School in Valleyview today for the final assembly of the school year. The colouring contest prize for Grade 5-6 was awarded to Grade Six student Princess Elisha Salvador from St. Stephen’s.
Moberly Moose’s name was selected in an online vote of names suggested by students across the municipality. There were 50 entries in the contest from students throughout the region including Grande Cache, Valleyview, Grovedale and Jasper. The mascot’s name is a tribute to Greenview’s history and the many hard working families who have built our communities. Archaeological studies show that people have been living, working and travelling through the land we now call Greenview for thousands of years. The Moberly family began working as fur traders and trappers along the eastern slopes in the 1860’s and are among the first recorded settlers in the Grande Cache area. Descendants of Henry John Moberly still live in the Grande Cache area today and the winning name was suggested by Grade Two student Jaely who is part of the Moberly family.
The process of designing and naming Moberly included public input on the themes that best represent Greenview’s communities. Hoofed animals like moose can be found in rural areas throughout the municipality and ungulates were chosen as our most representative animals with support from over 75 per cent of respondents. Other symbols and features were added to capture unique aspects of our region. Moberly Moose wears green glasses, which give him a “Green View” and play on the tagline “Expand Your Vision”. His glasses also feature an evergreen tree as a nod to the forestry industry and Moberly’s home in the forests of Greenview. Moberly proudly wears Greenview’s tourism logo and is dressed in hiking gear, ready to explore this incredible region.
Moberly joined the Greenview team in the summer of 2017 and was warmly welcomed by crowds at parades and events across the municipality. Taking shape from our wildlife and surroundings, Moberly is a larger than life creature embodying the adventurous and friendly nature of Greenview’s residents. If you see Moberly and his team at public events please come by to say hello! He especially likes taking selfies with his favourite people at scenic places around Greenview. Follow Moberly’s adventures online @mdofgreenview on FaceBook, Instagram and Twitter.
Greenview Council presented a cheque to Big Horn Golden Age Clubs’ President Albert Alexander, Secretary Anna Davidge and Activity Director Louise Krewusik at Monday’s Committee of the Whole meeting in Grande Cache. Greenview provided $50,000 for operating expenses for 2018.
Greenview is very excited to announce the Johnson Park is open for day use.
To find Johnson’s Park you can travel south from Valleyview, turn East on Hwy 665 to Range Road 214 also known as Little Smoky Road and follow the signs. If you are coming from the South turn North on Little Smoky Road and follow that road and the park is on the East side of the road near the end of the road. Approximately 17.4 km from Valleyview and 28.4 km from Little Smoky.
This park is a day use area with washrooms, walking trails, large parking area, fire pits, picnic tables, park benches along the trails and a walking trail to lead you right to the Goose River. See Johnson Park Map here.
If you are able to take the time to go visit please let us know how you enjoyed it, by sending to you comments and concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please enjoy responsibly and with respect.
Greenview is providing an opportunity for Community-Recognized Non-Profit Organizations (NPO) to apply for a fundraising cleanup project at Greenview’s identified transfer stations and landfill sites in return for a pre-established, advertised, financial donation to the NPO.
Community-Recognized Non-Profit Organization-Greenview based organizations (may include but are not limited to: school, sports, youth, and seniors groups) with an identified non-profit mission, operation or purpose and are commonly or traditionally know in/to the community. Preference will be given to Greenview-based (including Valleyview, Fox Creek &Grande Cache) NPOs. Other NPOs will be considered if openings remain.
Greenview will pay up to $1,500.00 depending on the size of the cleanup for the following sites:
- Little Smoky Transfer Station
- Sweathouse Transfer Station
- Sunset House Transfer Station
- New Fish Creek Transfer Station
- Sturgeon Heights Transfer Station
- DeBolt Transfer Station
- Puskwaskau Transfer Station
- Grovedale Transfer Station
- South Wapiti Transfer Station
Greenview Regional Landfill: Greenview will pay up to $2,000.00 depending on the size of the cleanup for this site.
For more information please contact
Zachary Sarling, Solid Waste Labourer at 780-552-4671.