TOWN NEWS from the Claresholm Local Press April 23, 2014 HERE.
- April 23, 2014 - Spring Clean up has been extended! Instead of only 2 weeks, it will now be 4 months: May 12th to September 12th! Please see the Utilities page for more info HERE.
- At the March 10, 2014 Town Council meeting, Council adopted the following as the Town’s Vision: “Claresholm a thriving community offering quality family living that encourages economic prosperity through innovative and progressive thinking.”
- UTILITY BILLING BY EMAIL: Commercial and Residential Customers can now choose to receive their utility billing electronically by email rather than receiving a paper copy, starting with the March/April 2014 billing cycle. Forms were mailed in residential bills on February 28th, but you can also access the form in pdf HERE.
- Recycling Survery results were presented to Claresholm Town Council at their regular meeting on September 24th and are available to view on the Utilities page HERE. Thank you to everyone for your responses! The survey’s information is very worthwhile as the Town continues to enhance the program.
- On Monday, September 23rd, 2013 the Town of Claresholm held an Open House at the Community Centre to discuss the Water and Wastewater Rate Studies that were just completed by Aquatera Utilities Inc. These studies were done to help identify the costs associated with operating the two systems using full cost accounting, and to utilize the revenue requirements to develop rate structure options for the two systems. Please see the Town’s Utilities page HERE for more information and copies of the studies.
- The Town of Claresholm was part of a pilot project with the AUMA (Alberta Urban Municipalities Association) regarding municipal water systems: “AMSC Water Loss Control Pilot Project“. A copy of the final report is available HERE.
- Claresholm residents need to be careful when using backyard fire pits. Please read more HERE.
- Elected Officials Education Program has been providing municipally elected officials in Alberta quality professional development opportunities since 2008. The online curriculum is now open to the general public to allow individuals interested in running for election to gain the skills necessary for the important role. Please read the information HERE and consider learning more about municipal office.
- 2011 CENSUS FOR CANADA was released to the public on February 8, 2012. Claresholm’s population grew from 3,700 in 2006 to 3,758 in 2011. For more information regarding the census, please go to their website HERE. For more information on Claresholm specifically, please view the webpage HERE. To learn more about how to manipulate the data and compare our community with others, please read the information HERE.
- Burial information for Claresholm and area is now available online! The Canadian Headstones website is very informative. Please visit the link for our area HERE. For further information, please contact the Town Office.
The Town of Claresholm offers a tax installment payment plan (TIPP) for property owners. Please view all the information on the Assessment and Tax Information webpage HERE.
The Town of Claresholm will be accepting payment for utility billings by direct debit using a program called the Utility Payment Plan or UPP. Both commercial and residential customers are invited to sign up at any time during the year using the forms below.