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Friday , 7 August 2020

Town of Bonnyville

Bonnyville Municipal Library reopens to the public

The Bonnyville Municipal Library will be open to the public once more, albeit in a limited capacity, come July 27th. It’s regular hours will be from 9 am to 8 pm Mondays through Thursdays — it will close at 5 pm for Fridays, while it will be open on Saturdays …

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NOTICE: 54th Avenue Line Painting

Bonnyville residents should look for alternative routes instead of 54th Avenue on Friday and Saturday evening. That road will have line painting done starting at 7:00pm from 66th Street to Highway 28. This is weather dependent and change if conditions are not suitable. The Town asks residents to use other …

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No personal use of fireworks in Town: BRFA

Due to COVID-19, the annual Canada Day fireworks are cancelled in Bonnyville this year. Residents are being reminded by the Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority that personal use of fireworks within town limits is prohibited. Fireworks are also not permitted in the Forest Protection Area within the M.D. of Bonnyville. For …

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NOTICE: Closure 49th Street

The Town of Bonnyville is informing residents that 49 Street between 50 Avenue and 47 Avenue will be temporarily closed from June 29-July 3. The closure is part of the utility work being done for the Bonnyville Centralized High School renovation that’s currently underway. Work and road closure will be …

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Bonnyville Swimming Pool plans to open up

The Bonnyville pool will be re-opening on July 2, 2020. Its hours of operation and services offered will be restricted based on a risk assessment and guidelines set forth by Alberta Health Services, Alberta Pool Standards, and the Life Saving Society. Pool staff will be releasing a schedule next week …

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Bonnyville lifts water advisory

The Town of Bonnyville lifted their water advisory on Thursday morning. Residents were asked since Tuesday afternoon to limit their non-essential water use after a mechanical failure at the Water Treatment Plant. Mayor Gene Sobolewski said it was equipment that lowers the pH of the water that failed. “We’re having …

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Bill Rogers becomes Bonnyville’s new CAO

Bill Rogers has stepped into the Chief Administrative Officer position for Bonnyville, one he inherits from his former boss Mark Power. Rogers was previously Power’s assistant CAO, and brings 20 years of experience working in local government to the position. As CAO, Rogers will be responsible for overseeing services provided …

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What’s happening at the Bonnyville Library

The Bonnyville Municipal Library is closed until further notice. Updates will be provided as they become available on the library webpage and library social media outlets.Top of Form   Please note – the library is not accepting donations of any kind at this time.   Summer Reading Program information will …

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BONNYVILLE: Notice of Development Permits

Any person claiming to be affected by a decision of the Development Authority may appeal to the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board by serving written notice of appeal to the Secretary of the Development Appeal Board within 21 days of the date of issuance of the permit, at Postal Bag …

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