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Wednesday , 21 October 2020

City of Cold Lake

Significant upgrades planned for Millennium Trail

The City of Cold Lake will direct over $725,000 in federal funding to enhance Cold Lake’s trail network, including repairs and improvements to the Millennium Trail. The City qualifies for nearly $1 million through the federal government’s Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) – Public Transit stream, which is available …

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Cold Lake encourages safe, responsible Halloween celebrations

The City of Cold Lake encourages residents who wish to celebrate Halloween by trick-or-treating or handing out candy, to do so responsibly while adhering to all necessary health protocols. The City is not looking to impose any further restrictions relating to COVID-19 for Halloween celebrations beyond those required by Alberta’s …

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Complex road reconstruction in Cold Lake enters final phase

The City of Cold Lake is nearing completion on a challenging roadway reconstruction project. The stretch of the 53 Avenue roadway between 57A Street and 58 Street in Cold Lake South has been under construction for some time due to complex soil conditions and a high water table. The deep …

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New dredging method to be tested at Cold Lake Marina

A pilot project to test a new method of dredging will start immediately after the Cold Lake Marina is closed for the 2020 boating season. The last full day of Marina operations will be October 11, the City said in a press release Tuesday. All boaters are expected to have …

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City and FCSS to celebrate National Family Week

For 35 years, Canadians have come together during the first week of October to celebrate and promote the importance of families with National Family Week. This year’s theme is “Stronger Together: Building Family Resilience” and The City of Cold Lake and Cold Lake and District Family and Community Support Services …

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Highway lights in Cold Lake to be replaced

City to enhance lighting on Highway 28. The City is improving street lighting along Highway 28 between Cold Lake North and Cold Lake South by installing energy-efficient LED light fixtures. The current high-pressure sodium (HPS, also known as high-intensity discharge, or HID) lights were installed during the twinning of the …

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Cold Lake not considering mandatory mask bylaw

As municipalities across Alberta continue to discuss the use of masks and face coverings in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Cold Lake is not considering a mandatory mask bylaw. The Corporate Priorities Committee of Council this week was presented with information on mask bylaws being implemented …

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New Cold Lake signage goes up

The City of Cold Lake has installed updated, colour-coordinated signage in nineteen City parks and public spaces. The new signs will help residents and visitors easily identify City parks and provide a consistent design and theme for all parks in the city. The updated signage features the name of the …

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