The Community Calendar is included in The Review once a month. This calendar shows many regular events in Town as well as the garbage and recycling pick up schedule. The events are also included on our website calendar on the home page.
Budget Information Booklet
The 2020 Budget Booklet is now available, some activities and projects may be subject to COVID-19 restrictions.
To keep up on local news, the Redwater Review, can be accessed online.
Newsletters are sent out quarterly and are included with the utility bill. Please take the time to review the newsletters as they will help answer many questions you may have regarding current issues. If you need further information or clarification on any information please call the Town Office.
Information bulletins are included in the Redwater Review newspaper.
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COVID RELATED PRESS RELEASES
OTHER PRESS RELEASES
For information on COVID-19 please visit the following links:
In the current world of COVID-19 community engagement events have become a challenge due to social distancing requirements.
In order to seek important input from all stakeholders, the Redwater RCMP will be completing monthly police briefs in order to keep the public aware of their activities in the communities.
In addition they are encouraging anyone with any inquiries, questions, comments to contact them at Kredwatercommunityfeedback@rcmp-grc.gc.ca . During each monthly police brief members of the detachment will answer a few of the questions asked.
Beginning on Aug. 11, citizens in all Alberta RCMP jurisdictions experiencing loss or theft under $5000, or vandalism of property or vehicles with damage less than $5000 to repair it, no longer need to call or visit a detachment – they can simply visit https://ocre-sielc.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/alberta to report the occurrence. It takes about 15 minutes to fill in the report and can be done at anytime or place.
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|RCMP Community Engagement Outcomes|
Municipal satisfaction surveys enable residents and business owners to share their perception and suggestions about municipal government, specific public issues, and the various services provided to them by the Mayor, Council and the Town Manager.
Town Council members often make important decisions with limited input from residents and businesses. Conducting a satisfaction survey provides Council with some insight into the opinions of residents and businesses alike. Administration and Council can use this information in the upcoming budget process to address service levels and specific items identified by the public.