Residential street sweeping will continue Thursday, October 5. Roads scheduled for sweeping are:
Please have vehicles removed from the streets by 7 a.m. to allow the sweepers to fully clear the road.
The City will be hosting a virtual town hall event Wednesday, October 11, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Residents are welcome to join an independently-moderated online discussion on community safety and well-being.
The City understands the need for further engagem...
The EV charger located at City Hall will be unavailable for the rest of the day (Wednesday, October 3, 2023), but is expected to be fully operational tomorrow. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Mayor Tyler Gandam has made a statement on the occasion of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Saturday, September 30, 2023.
Wearing an orange shirt on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is one way we acknowledge and recognize the loss that...
City of Wetaskiwin Mayor Tyler Gandam was elected as president for the Alberta Municipalities’ Board of Directors at its annual general meeting held Friday, September 29, in Edmonton.
Some Wetaskiwin residents saw errors on their July utility bills earlier this year and steps are now in place to ensure the issue does not repeat itself.
The budget is the City’s plan for where we will get money (revenues) and how we will spend it (expenditures) for the following fiscal year. It maps out how tax dollars and other funding will be spent to provide the services Wetaskiwinites count on as well...
Peace Hills Utilities Inc. is happy to share that beginning this autumn, local users with Peace Hills Utilities Inc. can receive their utility bills via electronic billing.