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Town of Rocky Mountain House
5116 50th Avenue
Box 1509
Rocky Mountain House, AB
T4T 1B2
Ph: (403) 845-2866
After Hour Emergency Line:
(403) 845-3220
Municipal Development Plan and Land Use Bylaw
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UTILITIES: E-billing incentive

Sign up for utility e-billing and be entered to win a $100 utility credit!

The Town of Rocky Mountain House wants to make life easier for residents.
That’s why we offer e-billing to all utility account holders. In the interest of
becoming an environmental leader and to increase billing efficiency, the
Town of Rocky Mountain House is 
launching a six-month incentive
program to encourage account holders to switch to e-billing:

Account holders who sign up for e-billing between March and
August 2019 will be entered to win a monthly draw for a $100 utility
credit. 

Download the enrolment form here.

Account holders who have already enrolled in e-billing will be
entered automatically. 

When you see how convenient utility e-billing is, you’ll be ready to take
the next step: Pre-authorized payment withdrawals. Never miss a utility
payment again! Call 403-845-2866 if you have any questions.

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Community NewsCalendar
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Council and MPC Highlights - July 16, 2019 The 54 Street Extension Project, fees and rates and intermunicipal mediation were all on the agenda at the July 16 regular Council meeting.
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NEWS RELEASE: Town requests intermunicipal mediation The Town of Rocky Mountain House has requested mediation with Clearwater County and the Village of Caroline to establish new agreements for regional fire rescue services, solid waste services and revenue sharing.
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NEWS RELEASE: Rocky Spray Park Multi-Use Recreation Area approved Rocky Mountain House Town Council has approved a $1,237,000 million multi-use recreation area which will include the Rocky Spray Park, washrooms, changerooms and locker room facilities. Construction will begin this year.
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