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A&W, McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada Ltd. and Tim Hortons are partnering with the Alberta government to distribute non-medical masks at no cost through their drive-thru locations across the province, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Greenview locations will be as follows:
Fox Creek: A&W
Valleyview: A&W and Tim Hortons
DeBolt: DeBolt Public Service Building
Grande Cache: A&W and FCSS
Mask distribution will begin in early June, please watch our page for updates.Read more...
Credit Card Payments Will Now Be Done With PaySimply
The Municipal District of Greenview is pleased to announce a new, convenient solution to pay your property taxes, utilities, and AR online with your choice of credit card.
We partnered with ATB Financial and through their unique partnership with PaySimply, you can now pay online or from your smart devices, with your credit card, within minutes.
- Secure – PaySimply doesn’t store your payment information
- Digital alternative to cheques and cash
- You can earn points on any rewards credit card and have your taxes pay you back!
Go to PaySimply.ca and pay your municipal bills when you want, from wherever you are and on any device.
The steps are as follows:
Go to PaySimply.ca
- Click on Municipalities
- Type in Greenview
- Choose what you would like to pay (Taxes, Utilities, AR)
- Following this, you will be asked to enter your email address, the account holder’s name, the account number (numerical input only), and the payment amount.
- Next enter your credit card information.
- Once processed, you will be given a transaction number and a receipt will be emailed to you from PaySimply.
For in person payments at our administration offices you will be provided with a tablet at the front desk to process your credit card payments through PaySimply. Our reception staff will be available to help you through this process.
The payment amount and any associated fees charged by PaySimply will be charged to your credit card
Other payment options (such as Interac e-transfer and PayPal) are also available at various fees.
Please allow 3 business days processing time.
Scan here to download the app today!
Greenview Opens Playgrounds
As of today, May 28, 2020, playgrounds within the MD of Greenview are re-open to the public. Greenview places a high priority on the health and safety of our residents and communities and will be following all health and safety regulations as laid out by the Government of Alberta.
Public Health Guidelines
In all re-opened spaces, users must follow these public health guidelines:
- Gather in a group less than 50 people
- Maintain 2 meters from others not in my household or cohort
- Only share common equipment with my household or cohort
- Stay home if I am experiencing symptoms (go home if I develop symptoms)
- Wash or sanitize my hands and cough/sneeze into my elbow or a tissue
- Disinfect equipment before and after use
Playground Safety Measures
Additional measure’s can be taken by individuals for their own safety:
- Use all playground equipment at your own risk
- Bring your own sanitizer and water
- Visit playgrounds within your own area only
- Encourage children not to share toys and limit contact with others
- Follow all other public health guidelines
The 2020 Rental Equipment Catalog has been uploaded to the website and the rental program is currently operational. Reminder that access to our Ag. Services Building is currently by appointment only. Please call ahead with any rental inquiries.
Please see the Rental Equipment page for access to the Rental Equipment Policy, Schedule of Fees, and the 2020 Rental Equipment Catalog.
If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment please contact the Ag. Services Department:Read more...
For resources on invasive plant species found in the Grande Cache area, please visit the Urban Weed Awareness information sheets.
The Urban Weed Awareness sheets has information on:
- Scentless Chamomile
- Canada Thistle
- Orange Hawkweed
- Meadow Hawkweed
- Common Tansy
- Garlic Mustard
- Tall Buttercup
- Oxeye Daisy
- Perennial Sow Thistle
- Himalayan Balsam
- Yellow Toadflax
- Creeping Bellflower
- Burdock (Woolly, Lesser, Greater)
- Common Mullien
Please be advised that the fire ban in the Forest Protection Area of Alberta has been lifted. We now have a fire advisory in place.
In response to recent precipitation in many areas of the province, the fire ban in the Forest Protection Area has been revoked and a fire advisory has been put on in its place.
A fire advisory means Albertans in the Forest Protection Area can safely enjoy the use of a fire pit in their backyard, charcoal briquettes on a barbecue, or a safe campfire.
- safe wood campfires on public land, private land or in provincial campgrounds as long as they are inside an engineered campfire ring
- backyard fire pits
- charcoal briquette barbecues
- use of propane, natural gas or powered appliance
- catalytic or infrared-style heaters
- safe burning with a permit
- recreational off-highway vehicle use
- burning (excluding campfires) without a permit
- unattended or unsafe campfires
Restrictions can be phased back in as necessary to address wildfire risk area-by-area, allowing Albertans the freedom to enjoy the outdoors as much as possible. We will re-evaluate daily.
We expect this fire advisory to reduce the number of human-caused wildfires in Alberta, while allowing Albertans to enjoy outdoor activities as much as possible.
Stay tuned to www.albertafirebans.ca throughout the wildfire season for more information about fire bans and restrictions in the Forest Protection Area of Alberta.Read more...
Small businesses within Greenview that have been impacted by COVID-19 pandemic now have access to additional funding for financial support and recovery. This funding will ensure that rural businesses that do not qualify for other federal business support programs will receive the help and support they need during this crisis.
The funding is part of an announced $95.7 million for the Community Futures Pan West Network, for rural and remote businesses in Western Canada that do not qualify for other federal business support programs such as the Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) or Business Credit Availability Program (BCAP).
For more information, please contact:
Community Futures East Yellowhead – Eastern MD Businesses and Residents
Grande Prairie and Region Community Futures – Crooked Creek, Debolt, Grovedale areas.
Community Futures West Yellowhead – Grande Cache, Enterprises and Co-ops region 780-865-1224
Development permit D20-266 for a bottle depot in Grande Cache was approved May 19, 2020, and is effective June 12, 2020. Notices of decision have been issued in accordance with Greenview’s Land Use Bylaw No. 18-800.Read more...
UPDATED MAY 29, 2020
This guidance supports all workplaces in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Relaunch plan template for businesses (DOCX, 49 KB)
Wearing non-medical masks (PDF, 285 KB)
Flushing water systems (PDF, 180 KB)
Alberta Transportation will be closing HWY 669 between RGE RD 210 and RGE RD 203 to replace a failed culvert. The road is expected to be closed from Saturday, May 23, to Thursday, May 28.
Traffic will be detoured on RGE RD 210 and 203 to TWP 710.
For more information please call Brian Dawson with Alberta Transportation at 1-780-624-6280.
See the detour route here: Hwy 669 Culvert ReplacementRead more...