Residential Fall Street Sweep will continue today, Thursday, October 28 and will be done from 7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day. Please see the attached map to find out if your area is being swept today.
Areas to be swept will be communicated da...
The City of Wetaskiwin’s updated Utility Master Plan (UMP) has been finalized by Associated Engineering and was presented to City Council mid-September.
The official results for Wetaskiwin's 2021 General Municipal Election are now available.
Three additional finance department positions were approved by Wetaskiwin City Council at their Oct. 12, 2021 meeting in order to address a backlog of financial work.
Some concerning misinformation has recently been published by the media regarding the City's homelessness efforts. We have issued a release to help provide clarity on this issue.
The Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw (2000-21) received its third and final reading during the September 27, 2021 Regular Council Meeting and is now in effect.
A new Automated Traffic Enforcement (ATE) location at 56 Street (north bound) and 50 Avenue will be active on October 15, 2021. These systems increase safety in our community by reducing speed and collisions at intersections.
The speed limit in this area i...
The Manluk Centre and Civic Centre (Twin Arenas and Drill Hall) are now operating under the province’s Restrictions Exemption Program (REP).
The Province of Alberta has implemented enhanced public health measures to address the increased number of COVID-19 cases.
On November 1st the Recreation Department will be switching to new software in order to continue providing services to the community. We appreciate your patience and understanding as our staff become accustomed to this exciting change! Feel free to email ...
Have further questions on how to ensure you can safely enjoy the facility? Check out our FAQ page for more details.
An excerpt from the REP implementation Press Release from September 29th is shown below:
Wetaskiwin City Council voted to implement the Restr...
The City of Wetaskiwin produces two regional program guides each year (Spring/Summer, and Fall/Winter). These program guides showcase the many seasonal events and activities taking place in and around Wetaskiwin.