• News & Announcements

    Youth Squad 2018 Application Deadline Extended

    Greenview Y-Squad:  Calling on Youth from across Greenview to band together & create positive change!
    Our application deadline has been extended until October 30, 2018

    Greenview Y-Squad is a community focused program developing student leadership skills and encouraging students to be involved in their communities and bring positive change. Apply Now for the Junior or Senior Y-Squad Program.

    Y-Squad Sr. Application

    Y-Squad Jr. Application

    Fire Pumps removed from locations

    The fire pumps and trailers have been removed from  Valleyview, Nose Creek and Grande Cache locations and put into storage for the season.

    Council Highlights October 9, 2018

    This week’s Council meeting highlights will be posted to our website and FaceBook today. At the October 9th meeting the Facilities Maintenance and Economic Development presented their consolidated budgets to Council. Council received a presentation from Mr. Wayne Drysdale, MLA for Grande Prairie-Wapiti who provided an update to Council, other presentations included the Big Meadow Ranch grazing lease and Sturgeon Heights Cemetery maintenance agreement.

    Sturgeon Lake Area Structure Plan (SLASP) Review


    6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., Monday, October 29, 2018. Sturgeon Heights Hall, Young’s Point Rd.

    The SLASP is being updated to reflect current legislation and statutory plans; to identify and balance development opportunities and constraints; and to ensure the protection of Sturgeon Lake and the surrounding area. Click here for details.

    We are looking to the community as a whole for your input!

    For further details contact the Planning & Development department or call 780-524-7600, or Facebook page at @MDofGreenview.

    Puskwaskau Water Point Closure

    The Puskwaskau Water Point will be closing on October 17th, 2018 until further notice for upgrades to be completed. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Manager of Environmental Services at 780-524-7638.

    Council Highlights September 24

    At the September 24th meeting the CAO and Corporate Services, Infrastructure and Planning and Planning and Development all presented budgets to Council. Council received a presentations from Terrapin Geothermic Inc regarding geothermal development opportunities and a regulatory approval timeline, other presentations included the Sturgeon Wastewater Lagoon Expansion and Waterpoint Usage Report.

    Tri-Municipal Industrial Partnership Area Structure Plan Public Engagement

    Beginning next month, the Tri-Municipal Industrial Partnership will be inviting input from the public on the development of an Area Structure Plan for their proposed Heavy Industrial District Project located in the MD of Greenview, south of Grande Prairie City and County on Highway 40. The TMIP was created by the Municipal District of Greenview, the County of Grande Prairie and the City of Grande Prairie to explore opportunities for developing a world class heavy eco-industrial district. See the attached pdf for details.

    TMP Area Structure Plan Public Engagement_MEDIA RELEASE

    Public Hearing Notice for Land Use Bylaw 18-800

    You are invited to attend a public hearing for Land Use Bylaw 18-800 (Draft) on Monday, October 22, 2018, beginning at 1:30 p.m., in the Greenview council chambers. Click here for a brief summary of the revisions and most recent changes to the Land Use Bylaw. If you would like to submit comments on the bylaw, please submit written comments to the Planning and Development department before October 11, 2018. 

    Notice of Decisions

    Discretionary Development Permits approved September 11, 2018, are effective October 5, 2018, and have been issued in accordance with Greenview’s Land Use Bylaw No. 17-779.

    Council Highlights September 10, 2018

    At the September 10th meeting, Council received a presentation from Tolko Industries regarding road use and log haul agreements. The Animal Control Bylaw and Bylaw 18-800 Land Use Bylaw both received first reading. The Grovedale Area Structure Plan received third reading and eight members were appointed to the Sturgeon Lake Area Structure Plan Citizen’s Panel.