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Friday , 25 June 2021

City of Cold Lake

City extends tax payment deferral to ease COVID-19 pressure

City Council has passed a bylaw authorizing Cold Lake ratepayers to defer their property tax payments for the months of May, June and July, 2021, to help ease the financial pressure on families and businesses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Similar bylaws were passed in the spring of 2020, and …

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New pumper truck, radio system for Cold Lake Fire-Rescue

The City of Cold Lake awarded two contracts to ensure Cold Lake Fire-Rescue remains well-equipped into the future. The contracts are part of the city’s 2020 Capital Budget, and include the purchase of a new triple-combination pumper, along with communications equipment that will allow the service to use the Alberta …

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City Hall remains open to serve residents

City Hall and several other City of Cold Lake facilities remain open and ready to serve residents, while taking all necessary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. “Since the pandemic began, the City has been closely following the guidance of Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, and fortunately, we’ve …

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Cold Lake and M.D. react to achieving ID349 agreement

After years of intermunicipal relationship building and negotiations, the Municipal District of Bonnyville (M.D.) is overjoyed that the Government of Alberta and the municipal parties involved – the Village of Glendon, Town of Bonnyville, City of Cold Lake, and the M.D. – have all agreed, in principle, on how to …

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Cold Lake invests $2 million in cemetery enhancements

The City of Cold Lake is making a significant investment in its two public cemeteries while providing residents with additional options for memorializing loved ones who have passed on. Along with traditional in-ground burial plots, five columbaria structures are now available at Lakeview Cemetery (2205 1 Ave.). Each columbarium unit …

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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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