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Important Notices


icon NOtice of Public Hearing Bylaw 903/15

icon Notice of Public Hearing Bylaw 904/15





The Town of Rimbey is re-authorizing a voluntary Water Restriction and continuing the restriciton from the original notice dated, June 24, 2015.



1.  The Town is undertaking a well study as we are moving to drill a new well.  Well 13 will be down for that study.


Please control your taps, save on your bill and help our reserviors!


  • It hasn't been raining, so we are asking that you supplement water needs by running your sprinkler just one hour each week.  Your lawn only needs 2.5 cm of water per week.
  • If supplemental water is needed, water your lawn one a week on an odd calendar day if you lif in an off-numbered house, and water your lawn on a even calendar day if you live in a even-number house.
  • Please reduce evaporation by using a low-angle or pulsating sprinkler, and water lawns and gardens during the collest part of the day.
  • Set sprinklers to ensure watering of grass only,  Don't water sidewalks or roads.
  • Use a rain barrel to collect rain water to use for watering plants or washing vehicles.


Businesses please limit your water needs.


2.  The Town will be conserving our water as well and will reduce or eliminate any watering that is not needed;


Our pool will be open, and the spray park uses recycled water as does the water slide;

Businesses please limit your car washes or other water that is not necessary.


As of July 14, these restrictions are voluntary and we encourage your participation with us to limit your tap time.  Mandatory restrictions are not in force at this time.



Should you require further information please call Rick Schmidt Public Works Director at 403.963.2984   or Donna Tona, Interim CAO at 780.918.7208 or 403.843.2113.


Mayor R. Pankiw - Town of Rimbey

Donna Tona, Interim Chief Administrative Officer





You now have 2 options!!!


By resolution at the regularly scheduled Council Meeting June 08, 2015, Council has provided Administration with the following direction:


1. Rimbey residents who wish to have their grass/compost picked up, may register for the compost program at the Town of Rimbey Administration office.  You will be required to purchase an 80 litre bin (maximum of 2 bins) at a cost of $11.00 each.  There will also be a $3.00 charge added to your utility bill.  This charge will continue to December 31, 2015, whereby the price will be adjusted to the cost requirements determined by the 2016 budget.  Prohibited material within the compost bin will result in your load not being picked up.  Pick up will be on Mondays, commencing June 29, 2015.  If the Monday is a statutory holiday, pick up will be on the Tuesday.

2. Rimbey residents who wish to take their own grass/compost to the grass bin (generously donated by Nikirk Bros. Contracting) located at the Rimbey Recycle Facility may continue to do so during the regular hours of the transfer station.  Our facility attendant will be on hand to help you with your bags and to check your loads to make sure they are pure compost.  Our agreement with the Town of Ponoka compost program will cease if one item of prohibited material is in the load.



Only these items are allowed in the yard compost disposal:  leaves, grass clippings, mulch, flowers and plants, unscreened compost (decomposed yare waste materials), non-invasive weeds, tree and brush pruning’s, sod and dirt attached to sod in small quantities.


Yard waste does not include animal feces, cardboard, plastic, soil, rocks, fencing, fabric, netting and other non-vegetated landscaping and gardening waste.


Grass- cycling and Backyard Composting

We encourage our residents to continue environmental stewardship regarding grass-cycling and backyard composting.  It is a cost effective way to maintain your lawn, and you can be certain that the compost you make will be free of contaminates and will enhance your gardens and flower beds. We certainly appreciate your thoughtfulness regarding our footprint.





July 8, 2015

7:00 –8:30 pm

Peter Lougheed Community Centre

Main Auditorium


Proposed Agenda:

¨ Strategic Planning Update and distribution of resident questionnaire;

¨ Status of Budgeting process for the 2016 year;

¨ Status of projects currently being undertaken within the Town including grants applied for;

¨ Status of the Pool for the summer months;

¨ Status of Bylaw Development for the Town;

¨ Potential Guest Speaker

¨ Question and Answer

Mark you calendars and plan to attend!


icon Town Hall Questionaire






Administration of the Town of Rimbey will be presenting Bylaw 902/15 Municipal Development Plan for first reading at the June 8, 2015 Regular Councill Meeting.  Before considering the Bylaw for second reading, Council will hold a Public Hearing for Bylaw 902/15 Municipal Development Plan at which any person claiming to be affected, may ask questions or make comment.  This Public Hearing is scheduled for Monday, July 27, 2015 during the Regular Council Meeting in the Council Chambers of the Administration Office of the Town of Rimbey.  Interested parties may pick up a copy of the Municipal Development Plan at the Town of Rimbey Administration Office during regular office hours or access the link below.  Written submission may be forwarded to Donna Tona, Interim Chief Administrative Officer, Town of Rimbey, Box 350, Rimbey, Alberta T0C 2J0.

icon Draft Municipal Development Plan June 2015 
icon MDP Open House Feb 26, 2015

icon Safety is Our Responsibility and Yours


icon 897/15 Rimbey Business Sector Sustainability Advisory Committee
icon Rimbey Business Sector sustainability Advisory Committee - Terms of Reference

icon Seeking Volunteer Committee Members

icon Rimbey Business Sector Sustainability Strategy


icon Emergency Guide 72 Hours

icon Emergency Kit



Utility bills are mailed out in the first week of each month and are due by 4:30 pm, two business days before the end of the month and can be paid by direct withdrawal, credit card, check or debit. Penalties will be applied to all accounts that have not been paid by the deadline. It is the property owners' responsibility to ensure that information is current; please make sure to let us know if you are buying or selling a property or if your banking or credit card information has changed as soon as possible. 

Dog Licenses

The Town of Rimbey requires that all dogs owned within the municipal boundaries are required to be licensed and wearing a tag. Dog licenses are affordable and ensure that Animal Services can make every effort to reunite you with your pet if ever lost. Licenses are available for purchase at the Town Office.




























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