News & Announcements

Public Hearing – Notice of Road Closure

Public Hearing

NOTICE is hereby given that the following public hearing will be held on:
July 27, 2020 at 9:15 am
in the Municipal District No.16 Administration Building, Valleyview.

The public hearing will be held to hear:
Bylaw No. 20-848 – Johnson Arne Sigfred & Merle Alice


Greenview Regional Multiplex – July Youth Programs

Greenview Regional Mulitplex has released their youth programs for the month of July.  Please make sure you read and understand the COVID-19 Programming Protocols before registering your child to particpate.  Click here for protocols.  See the full list of available programs below.


Moody’s Crossing Campground and Day Use Area closed effective immediately

Due to rising flood waters, Moody’s Crossing Campground, Day use area and parking lot will be closed effective immediately until further notice.

We ask that you please exercise caution if you plan to be camping, or close to any rivers this week. Stay safe!

2020 Greenview Scholarship Recipients

Council and Staff at the MD of Greenview are pleased to announce the 2020 recipients of the scholarship awards for the College, Trades and Apprenticeship Program scholarships, as well as the University 4 Year College Program scholarships.  Recipients were selected on the basis of community involvement, volunteering or extra curricular activities, financial need, and residency within Greenview.  We wish these 15 students the best of luck in their post secondary endeavors. 

College, Trades and Apprenticeship 2020 Scholarship Recipients

Sydney Ehenholz $1500.00
Kierra Elzinga $1500.00
Cheyanne Kobe $1500.00
Jared Mayer $1500.00
Jarrett McLeod $1500.00

University 4 Year College 2020 Scholarship Recipients

Kayla Bock $2500.00
Allyson Busch $2500.00
Lacey Cornelsen $2500.00
Raina Cornelsen $2500.00
Allison Edwards $2500.00
Emalee Engler $2500.00
Lizaan Fourie $2500.00
Jessica Nguyen $2500.00
Mackenzie O’Reilly $2500.00
Tara Williams $2500.00

Sunset House Water Point – Well Disruptions

Greenview is currently experiencing well disruptions at the Sunset House Water point.
We encourage residents to use one of our surrounding water points such as Sweathouse, New Fish Creek or Little Smoky and limit their use at the Sunset House Water point until further notice.  If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at 780-552-4825.

See the attached map for locations of alternate water points – Water Point Map

Council Meeting Highlights – June 22, 2020


Council Highlights – June 22, 2020

Public Hearing Set for Partial Road Allowance Closure Request
Council gave first reading to Bylaw 20-848 to close 1.05 hectares ± within Road Plan 2761 PX lying west of NW-9-69-21-W5 and directed Administration to schedule a Public Hearing on of July 27, 2020, to allow the public to comment in accordance with legislative requirements. Details will be shared closer to that date.

Greenview Greenlights the Purchase of Plow Trucks
Administration has requested quotes through RMA for two new plow trucks. Both are equipped with the same equipment and rigging as prior units, with Neway suspension. These new units will be direct replacements for existing units. Council moved to award the 2020 plow trucks purchase to Viking Cives Ltd. utilizing RMA Sourcewell Capital Purchasing Program with an upset limit of $631,800, with funds to come from Operations 2020 Capital Budget.

Council Considers Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Advisory Committee Seat
In the fall of 2019 Administration began researching Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure within Greenview. Since then, a relationship has developed with the Community Energy Association (CEA) through Energy Futures workshops. Greenview Economic Development staff attended Energy Futures hosted events seeking research for a potential Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure initiative for Northwestern Alberta that parallels the “Peaks to Prairies” Electric Vehicle Charging project in Southern Alberta.

Council moved to approve Administration to assist in the development of the Advisory Committee for the Northwestern Alberta Electric Vehicle Charging Station Project, and occupy a seat on the committee once it is active. Greenview also approved $10,000 to go to the advisory committee to conduct further studies with funds to come from the Economic Development budget. (more…)

Road Construction Notice – Range Road 230

Greenview would like to inform residents that road construction on Range Road 230, from Highway 43 south to Township Road 700, will begin on Monday, June 29.  The road will be open to local traffic only.  Please obey all posted signs, and watch for workers and equipment on the roadway.  We thank you for your patience during this time.



Greenview Recreation Facilities Re-Opening Information

Greenview is excited to announce the re-opening of the Greenview Regional Multiplex, and the Grande Cache Recreation Centre.  We have been working hard to ensure we meet all required health and safety guidelines while still offering an enjoyable experience for our users.

The Recreation Facilities will re-open on Thursday, June 25, 2020.  Please be patient with our staff as they adjust to the new processes we have in place to ensure your safety, and ours. 

For more information on the Greenview Regional Multiplex reopening guidelines and expectations please click here:

For more information on the Grande Cache Recreation Centre reopening guidelines and expectations please click here:

We ask that you take the time to read this information so you will know what to expect when re-entering our facilities.  Hope to see you at one of our recreation facilities soon!

Relocation of the Grande Cache Commingled Recycling Bins – June 29, 2020


The commingled recycling bins presently at the ball diamonds will be moved to Grande Cache Landfill on June 29, 2020, where there will be separate bins for all recycling.  Please see the attached document for more information.

Recycling at Landfill

Temporary Closure – Johnson Park Camping Loop

For public safety, Johnson Parks camping loop will be closed to the public during the following times while a crew completes installations:

Monday, June 22, at 8:00 am until Wednesday, June 24, at 4:30 pm.

This does not include the day use area.