Wetaskiwin’s 50-Year Community Vision results are now available to the public! The vision is primarily hosted through our re-branded online engagement platform which is purpose-built to help us measure, manage and move forward with the 50-Year V...
Following a presentation to Administration and Council by Councillor Blatz, the City researched how an urban food forest could be implemented in Wetaskiwin.
May 9 marks Wetaskiwin's 115th anniversary of becoming a city. Remembering where we come from is an important part of knowing where we want to go.
A taskforce has been created to address the safety concerns that have been brought forward by the community.
The Manluk Centre will close to the public, starting May 8, 2021. Closure date moved up following new information from the provincial government.
Recordings of Wetaskiwin City Council’s regular and committee of the whole meetings are now being published on the City’s YouTube channel.
Spring is here and our rain barrels and yard composters are on sale again. Get yours before they're all gone!
Nominations for Wetaskiwin’s general municipal election—to be held on October 18, 2021—are now open until September 20, 2021.
Wetaskiwin City Council approved the 2021 Tax Rate Bylaw 1993-21 at their regular April 26, 2021 City Council meeting.
The City will resume enforcement of Plastic Bag Ban Bylaw starting May 5. Wetaskiwin-based retailers will no longer be providing single-use plastic checkout bags to customers.
In light of the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, City-led events will proceed virtually until September 2021, with the timeline being re-evaluated every two months.
Starting May 8th, the Wetaskiwin Manluk Centre will close to comply with new Provincial COVID-19 Regulations.
Keep an eye on our website or Facebook Page to remain updated on changing restrictions. You can also reach out to recreation@wetaskiwin....