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In Black Diamond, for a number of years now, we have enjoyed an excellence in gender parity of representation at our Council table. Many municipalities do not. It can be, in many instances, more challenging for a woman to hold office. ...
June 30 effective date
The streets currently marked as school zones will change to Playground Zones on June 30. As well, all playground zones within the Town will be in effect from 7:30am - 9:00pm daily. The speed limit will be 30km/hr.
Motorists are asked ...
Catch a ride to Banff!
Canada is turning 150 this year and On-It is celebrating with a weekend service to the Canadian Rockies!
Weekends & Holidays from June 17, 2017 to September 4, 2017.
Here is the schedule and the details!
TICKETS GO ON SALE...
PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE Re: Mountain View Village
Development Permit Application 17-30 Black Diamond, AB.
5 side by side dwelling units in the RX2 Medium Density Multi Family District and 3 apartment buildings in the R4 Apartment and Attached Housing Di...
The Town is participating in a Fortis Alberta Project in which the existing high pressure sodium street lights are being replaced with LED (light emitting diode) luminaires.
The wider distribution coverage of LED luminaires can reduce the amount ...
Prohibited NoxiousWeeds in this category pose a serious threat and as such must be eradicated. Generally, these weeds possess characteristics of rapid spread, and superior competition. These weeds are either not found presently or found in small numbers i...
Property tax notices for all assessed properties have been mailed and are deemed to be received 7 days later.
Taxes are always due on July 15th of each year, penalties will be levied against all outstanding current balances at the closi...
Upgrade older toilets with a water-saving model!
The Town has a low toilet rebate program that you can easily apply for and get some cash back, while saving on your water bill and supporting water conservation.
At the Oilfields Regional Arena.
Come out and have some fun! Your own skates and helmets are required.
Thursdays from 5:15 - 6:15 pm.
Artists of all disciplines are invited to come and create while being inspired by the U of L Coutts Centre for Western Canadian Heritage in Nanton.
Visit the website for more information.