Saturday , 21 May 2022

City of Cold Lake

City to study integrating electric vehicles into fleet

The City of Cold Lake is partnering with the Municipal Climate Change  Action Centre (MCCAC) to study the feasibility of transitioning to electric fleet vehicles to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and embrace cleaner energy strategies.  “The City is always looking for opportunities to reduce our carbon footprint and implement greener …

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Cold Lake residents voice support for proposed Aquatics Centre

Warm water, play features, opportunities for youth swimming lessons, and consistency of access/availability are just some of the amenities Cold Lake residents would like to see in a proposed new Aquatics Centre at the Energy Centre, after the City conducted a major public engagement campaign in March. “For years, residents …

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11 Street overhaul receives top-up funding

With the cost of some construction work rising, City Council made the decision to approve top-up funding from reserves to ensure that critical work on 11 Street can move forward. The City of Cold Lake is seeing inflated costs across various construction disciplines and materials. After receiving a boost in …

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Celebrating Emergency Preparedness Week

Are you prepared for an emergency?   Emergency Preparedness Week takes place May 2-6, 2022, and Cold Lake and District FCSS is hosting a free barbecue on Wednesday, May 4, to share resources on how we can be better prepared for emergencies.   “We are primarily focusing on 72-hour preparedness,” …

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City of Cold Lake to conduct municipal census

The City will conduct an online municipal census this spring to obtain the most up-to-date population data for Cold Lake. “The community is growing and changing quickly,” said Mayor Craig Copeland. “We’re seeing new development happening, new businesses are coming to town, the federal government has taken the next step …

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City of Cold Lake Fire-Rescue receives new thermal imaging cameras

Cold Lake Fire-Rescue is excited to have four new thermal imaging cameras in its possession. The cameras and their charging stations were ordered in December after Cold Lake Fire-Rescue received $7,500 from the Enbridge Fueling Futures Grant to purchase the equipment. “These cameras are very valuable to our operations,” said …

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