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News & Updates

All media inquiries contact communications@okotoks.ca or the Communications Manager at 403-938-8939.

Road & Pathway Construction
Upcoming construction adjacent to North Railway Street will begin Friday, Oct. 31.
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Halloween Safety Tips for Children & Pets
Ensure that your child is aware of all the safety rules this Halloween.
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Okotoks Applying to Province for Pipeline Grant
The Town of Okotoks has applied to the provincial government in an effort to cover 90% of the cost for a new pipeline from the City of Calgary.
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Flying Flags at Half-Mast
Flags flying at half-mast until further notice.
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Community Visioning
Share your ideas. Shape your community. Share to Shape 2014. Through Sept & Oct, join us as we develop a new vision for Okotoks.
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Annexation Consultation for Landowners and General Public Info
Information from previous annexation consultation meetings and ongoing updates.
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Managing Your Garbage
The Town wants to thank residents for getting their garbage out on time and keeping those lids shut! Please also remember to have a minimum of 1 metre of space between your cart and adjacent object.
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Two Options for Fallen Branch Debris
The Town will be picking up branches for those residents who require assistance, OR residents can self-haul for FREE to the regional landfill.
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Free Leadership Development Program
Okotoks has been AWARDED a personal and professional leadership development program that is available FOR FREE to all community members.
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Be Water Wise!
Water use in the summer is three times greater then during the rest of the year. Approximately 40% of the water used during the summer is used outdoors, so be water wise. Please respect the specified watering days and hours, as water is a renewable, but not unlimited resource.
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