Three additional finance department positions were approved by Wetaskiwin City Council at their Oct. 12, 2021 meeting in order to address a backlog of financial work.
Traffic Disruption at 50 Ave and 56 St. Intersection | Oct. 15 - Oct.18
Highline contractors will be installing new traffic light poles at the 50 Ave - 56 St. Intersection. This work will begin Friday, October 15 and possibly continue until Monday, October...
Some concerning misinformation has recently been published by the media regarding the City's homelessness efforts. We have issued a release to help provide clarity on this issue.
Recent use of the City's brand identity by a general municipal election candidate has prompted the City to request they cease and desist with their use of the City’s former logo.
The City of Wetaskiwin does not disseminate any municipal election candidate's campaign information. Only general election information is permitted via the City's official channels.
The Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw (2000-21) received its third and final reading during the September 27, 2021 Regular Council Meeting and is now in effect.
Wetaskiwin City Council approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City and the Wetaskiwin Family and Community Support Services Board during their last regular meeting in September.
A new Automated Traffic Enforcement (ATE) location at 56 Street (north bound) and 50 Avenue will be active on October 15, 2021. These systems increase safety in our community by reducing speed and collisions at intersections.
The speed limit in this area i...
The Manluk Centre and Civic Centre (Twin Arenas and Drill Hall) are now operating under the province’s Restrictions Exemption Program (REP).
Overall, the City scored higher for customer service in the 2021 survey as compared to 2020, though website navigability, online access to City services, and delayed staff response times were identified areas for improvement.
The official period for candidate nominations — and any withdrawals — for the City of Wetaskiwin’s 2021 Municipal Election ended at 12 Noon on September 21, 2021.
The Province of Alberta has implemented enhanced public health measures to address the increased number of COVID-19 cases.
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An excerpt from the REP implementation Press Release from September 29th is shown below:
Wetaskiwin City Council voted to implement the Restr...
The City of Wetaskiwin produces two regional program guides each year (Spring/Summer, and Fall/Winter). These program guides showcase the many seasonal events and activities taking place in and around Wetaskiwin.