• News & Announcements

    DeBolt Public Service Building Grand Opening

    Greenview will be hosting DeBolt’s Public Service Building Grande Opening on October 28th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.. The public service buildings in Greenview provide a home to our local fire departments as well as equipment, offices and meeting rooms for staff. There will be refreshments, tours and the DeBolt Fire Department will have their equipment on display as well as fire fighting demonstrations!

    Update- Sunset House Water Point Closure

    The Sunset House water point will be closed from September 18th to October 10th due to construction. Ratepayers are requested to go to the Sweathouse water point for potable water during the closure. For further information on water point locations please click here. For questions, please contact Environmental Services at the M.D. of Greenview 780.524.7600.

    Nomination Results for the 2017 Municipal Election

    The following nominations have been received for Candidates for the MD of Greenview Council:

    WARD 1
    1. Delorme, George
    2. Delorme, Winston

    WARD 2
    1. Gervais, Dale
    2. Hanson, Bill

    WARD 3
    1. Besinger, Frank
    2. Urness, Leslie

    WARD 4
    1. Acton, Gerald Shawn
    2. Hay, David

    WARD 5
    1. Smith, Dale

    WARD 6
    1. Bandzul, John
    2. Burton, Tom

    WARD 7
    1. Harder, Bill
    2. Rutt, Roxie
    3. Wohlgemuth, Warren

    WARD 8
    1. Day, Tammy
    2. Smith, William (Bill)
    3. Vandemark, Lesley


    Election details can be found on our Elections Page 

    Watch for more information on voting in the Greenview Election over the next few weeks.

    Approach Fees Change

    As per the Regular Council meeting held on June 13, 2017, Council directed Administration to update Bylaw 17-784 with a fee of $2,000 for gravel approaches and $5,000  for asphalt approaches  Relocation or upgrade to any approach is an additional $500 to the above costs. A non-refundable application fee of $175 is required per application. All costs reflect the Schedule of Fees Bylaw 17-784.

    If you have questions please call the Administration Office in Valleyview at 780-524-7600 for assistance.

    Notice of Nomination Day


    September 18, 2017

    10:00 am – 12:00 noon

    Notice of Nomination Day

    Click here to learn more about Greenview’s Municipal Elections





    Greenview Board and Committee Members

    Greenview is seeking board and committee members for the following:

    • Agriculture Appeal Committee
    • Agriculture Services Board
    • Cemetery Committee for Grovedale, Little Smoky, New Fish Creek, & Sunset House
    • Family Community Support Services (FCSS)
    • Greenview Regional Multiplex Board
    • Greenview Waste Management Commission Soil Conservation Appeal Board
    • Subdivision Appeal Board (SDAB)
    • Valleyview & District Recreation Board
    • Valleyview & District Library Board

    If you are interested in joining one of the above please fill out and return the Board & Committee Application Form. Deadline for submissions is October 1st.


    Greenview is currently looking for people interested in working the 2017 Elections.   If you are interested in working at the various polling stations throughout the MD of Greenview on Election Day (October 16, 2017), let us know.

    Visit our Careers Page to view the job posting here: http://mdgreenview.ab.ca/programs-services/departments/human-resources/career-opportunities/

    Visit our Elections Page to learn more about the 2017 Elections here:  http://mdgreenview.ab.ca/reeve-council/municipal-election-2017/

    Greenview Launches Annual Photo Contest

    Local Photographers in Focus

    The Municipal District of Greenview has launched its Annual Photography Contest! We know from years of experience that Greenview is full of talented photographers and aspiring photographers alike. All ages and skill levels are welcome to enter!

    The winning submissions will be featured in Greenview’s annual calendar and publications throughout the year. The competition is designed to showcase Greenview and all images must be taken within Greenview’s boundaries. This year the competition spans the end of the summer and the beginning of fall allowing for a range of photos to be snapped during the competition itself and submissions from the whole year are welcome.

    The 12 best entries will be selected and the winners will receive a prize package that includes $100 cash, a framed copy of their entry, Greenview promotional materials, a calendar and publicity via news releases and distribution of 1,000 calendars.  The grand prize winner will receive the photo contest prize package and a $250 cash prize. Contestants can send in up to five entries, although each person may win one prize.

    Participants can submit entries to photocontest@mdgreenview.ab.ca accompanied with entry forms available on our website. For further details  and entry forms visit: www.mdgreenview.ab.ca/photocontest

    The deadline for entries is September 29, 2017, 4:00 pm MDT. Winners will be announced by Greenview Council at the awards ceremony and photo contest luncheon in November.

    Tansy Island Clean Up 2017

    On Monday Greenview partnered with several groups of volunteers to respond to an overgrowth of Common Tansy along the Smoky River. The first Common Tansy Clean Up took place in 2016 and some of the groups involved participated in last year’s tansy control project at the same location. The Grande Prairie River Rats, 7 Generations Energy and Canadian Natural Resources Limited are returning volunteers. This year Greenview also welcomed the Alberta Invasive Species Council which joined in the efforts.

    Greenview Agricultural Services became aware of the Common Tansy problem on the Smoky River during a routine inspection in 2015. Last year’s work was postponed to late summer due to changing water levels and Greenview targeted an earlier start date in 2017 to reach the plants before they begin to seed. Common Tansy can spread by seed, regrow from existing roots and is rhizomatous; meaning it can grow from separated flowering stems. With the overgrowth located along the water, the tansy is being controlled through manual labour by digging out the plants one by one and burning them to minimize opportunity for it to re-establish next year. Due to Common Tansy’s invasive nature and tendency for seeds to spread with spring runoff, this plant has the potential to infest and out-compete native vegetation anywhere downstream. Watersheds that could potentially be impacted include the Peace River, Slave River, Great Slave Lake and beyond.  By being proactive now, Greenview hopes to save large areas of native vegetation along the water’s edge. This method of controlling Common Tansy and other invasive species is a labour intensive process which relies on the help of the community. 

    Reeve Dale Gervais acknowledged the importance of the volunteers: “We want to extend our heartfelt appreciation to the Grande Prairie River Rats, 7 Generations Energy, Canadian Natural and the Alberta Invasive Species Council for being part of the Common Tansy control project. A project of this magnitude wouldn’t be possible without the dedicated work of many people and we are so pleased that these community focused organizations and businesses were able to join us again this year.”

    Along with the control efforts, Greenview’s goal is to bring awareness that Common Tansy is spreading along the Smoky River between municipalities in our region. It’s anticipated that the Common Tansy problem will need to be addressed over multiple growing seasons but with increased awareness of the plant and its potential harmful effects, Greenview looks forward to moving control efforts to the source of the infestation in years to come. 

    Development Guidelines and Municipal Standards

    Please see the Development Guidelines and Municipal Standards that are available.

    If you require further information please don’t hesitate to call the Administration building at 780-524-7600.