Town of Okotoks Launches New Okotoks Website
January 26, 2015
Website Launch
January 26, 2015
Share your experience on the new website by filling out this short Website Feedback Online Survey...
Free Sand at Recycling Centre
January 21, 2015
Free Sand
January 21, 2015
The Town of Okotoks is offering free sand to residents.   Residents can pick up sand for their...
Christmas Tree Collection
January 8, 2015
Christmas Tree Recycling
January 8, 2015
Town crews will begin picking up Christmas trees January 16, 2015 on a neighbourhood by...
Outdoor Rinks & Toboggan Hills
January 6, 2015
Rink
January 6, 2015
Enjoy skating & sliding this winter at a tobogganing hill or outdoor skating rink, including...
New Website Launched!
December 22, 2014
Okotoks new website launch
December 22, 2014
On December 22 we 'soft' launched the new Okotoks.ca website.   Over the next month we will be...
Put Waste In Its Place
December 19, 2014
December 19, 2014
Do you know how to properly dispose of your waste?  Use the Put Waste In It's Place web tool to...
Spring Parade of Programs
January 31, 2015
Okotoks Recreation Centre Youth Dance Registered Program
January 31, 2015
Community Event Okotoks Recreation Centre Town of Okotoks, Community Programs recreation@okotoks.ca 403-938-8954
Okotoks Gardening Club
February 2, 2015
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February 2, 2015
Community Event Okotoks Public Library Lori Neufeld okotoksgardening@gmail.com (403)-995-3993
Winter Walk Day
February 4, 2015
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February 4, 2015
Community Event Pason Centennial Arena Town of Okotoks, Community Events Coordinator events@okotoks.ca 403-938-8950
Family Day
February 16, 2015
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February 16, 2015
Town of Okotoks Event Municipal Centre
Family Day Unplugged
February 16, 2015
Okotoks Recreation Centre Skating Arena Family
February 16, 2015
Community Event Okotoks Recreation Centre Town of Okotoks, Community Events Coordinator events@okotoks.ca 403-938-8950
Okotoks Gardening Club
March 2, 2015
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March 2, 2015
Community Event Okotoks Public Library Lori Neufeld okotoksgardening@gmail.com (403)-995-3993
Aquatics Programs
Okotoks Recreation Centre Aquatic Swindells Pool swimming swim
Aquatics Programs
Community Events
Okotoks Recreation Centre
Community Events
Community Programs
Okotoks Recreation Centre
Community Programs
Fitness Centre (Operated by...
Natural High Fitness Centre Okotoks Recreation Centre exercise workout
Fitness Centre (Operated by Natural High)
KinderCare Babysitting Centre
Kindercare Exterior Babysitting Centre Okotoks Recreation Centre Childminding
KinderCare Babysitting Centre
Legacy Regional Field House
Foothills-Okotoks Regional Field House
Legacy Regional Field House
Sun-Sat: 9:00 am-10:00 pm
Okotoks Recreation Centre
Okotoks Recreation Centre
Okotoks Recreation Centre
Sun: 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Mon-Thu: 5:30 am-9:30 pm
Fri: 5:30 am-10:00 pm
Sat: 7:00 am-7:30 pm
Okotoks Youth Centre
Okotoks Recreation Centre
Okotoks Youth Centre
Pason Centennial Arena
Pason Centennial Arena
Pason Centennial Arena
Rentals and Bookings
Okotoks Recreation Centre
Rentals and Bookings

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To report injured wildlife, please contact Alberta Fish and Wildlife at 403-652-8330.

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Please contact Municipal Enforcement at 403-938-8913 to report this issue immediately. In case of injury or immediate danger, please call 911.

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Please contact FORTIS ALBERTA at 310-WIRE (9473) or 1-855-333-9473 to report an outage or electrical emergency immediately. In case of injury or immediate danger, please call 911.

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FORTIS Alberta manages maintenance of Town street lights. To report a burnt out or malfunctioning street light, please call FORTIS directly at 310-WIRE (9473) or 1-855-333-9473 or fill in an online service request.

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Please contact EPCOR at 403-938-1230 to report this issue immediately. In case of injury or immediate danger, please call 911.

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If you believe this to be a traffic or safety hazard or if you are reporting this outside regular business hours please contact Municipal Enforcement immediately at 403-995-6400.

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The utility box is the grey or green metallic stand-alone structure that is often found in residential areas, and maintains cable, telephone or power service. The company to call about problems can be found on the box itself. It could be one of either:

Fortis  |  Shaw  |  Telus

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Please contact EPCOR at 403-938-1230 to report this issue immediately.

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Please contact EPCOR at 403-938-1230 to report this issue immediately.

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Please follow the instructions below, all form fields are required. We value your feedback and information regarding our community.

  • Inquiries will be answered in 3 to 4 business days.
  • For immediate assistance during office hours please call Client Services at the Municipal Centre at 403.938.4404.
  • Any derogatory comments will not be responded to.
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  • Please note that public input in the form of letters, emails, etc. may become a public record, which is published in a Council Agenda Package and posted on the Town of Okotoks website.

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  • Baseball Field Status Report

Field Status Reports

Public Use of Outdoor Fields/Ball Diamonds

Fields may be temporarily or permanently closed due to poor weather or turf damage.

During the playing season, Field and Diamond status will be updated by 4 pm Monday through Friday. Please check here to confirm that your field or diamond is open after 4 pm. (Note: Field/Diamond status can change through out the day). 

It is everyone’s responsibility to help preserve our playing fields and ensure they are not used under poor conditions or when closed: 

  • When a field is closed, it is the responsibility of sports team coaches to ensure that fields are not played upon. 
  • Any team caught playing on the field may forfeit the right to play on that field for the remainder of the season.
Field Closures

Poor weather conditions or unsafe field conditions are the primary reasons for sports field closures. Experience has shown that most turf damage occurs with field overuse or use during inclement weather. If your home field is damaged as a result of play during inclement weather the Parks Department may not be able to provide an alternative facility. Thus it is in everyone's interest to ensure that fields are not used when play damages the playing surface. In order to meet the demand for high quality fields, and ensure a safe playing field, both weather and field conditions are monitored on a weekly basis to ensure that scheduled games and practices do not:

  • Cause abnormal damage to the field surface
  • Jeopardize further scheduled use of fields
  • Compromise personal safety of league players or general public

*When a field is closed, it is the responsibility of sport team coaches to ensure that fields are not played upon. It takes the efforts of every player, parent and coach to help prevent damage and maintain satisfactory field conditions

Any teams caught playing on the field may forfeit the right to play on that field for the remainder of the season.

Field Closure Procedure

Fields are inspected weekly, and more frequently as needed, by the Parks Department for the following:

  • Standing water on field
  • Snow pack
  • Frozen Field
  • Ongoing Field Repair
  • Periods of forecasted severe weather warnings

If any of these conditions occur, fields may be temporarily or permanently closed. Client Services will notify the general public, via the Town of Okotoks website by 4 pm, Monday to Friday, of field status once they receive a report from Parks.

Okotoks Minor Soccer (OMSA)

Please refer to OMSA website for field closure updates after 5 pm weekdays and on weekends.

Weekend Field Usage - Coaches Responsibilities

Although fields may be open for play as of Friday afternoon, weather and field conditions may deteriorate by game time, including Saturday and Sunday. In these situations, it is the responsibility of field users to determine whether or not to resume play. Coaches are asked to avoid high-use areas near the goals when using fields for practices, and to not practice on wet fields.

User Discretion - Coaches Responsibilities

With User Discretion we have empowered the user to make common sense decisions about whether or not to cancel an event on their field. We ask that if there is frost or standing water on any area of the field or it is too wet to play to postpone and re-schedule the event.

When you have postponed an event, please advise Client Services the next day.

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Okotoks Recreation Centre
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Mon - Thu: 5:30 am - 9:30 pm
Fri: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
Sat: 7:00 am - 7:30 pm
Okotoks Recreation Centre

Okotoks Recreation Centre

Sun: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Mon - Thu: 5:30 am - 9:30 pm
Fri: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
Sat: 7:00 am - 7:30 pm

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