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Town of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta
Curbside green carts will be delivered to all residential properties in June, and collection starts Monday, July 5. This is an exciting step forward in waste reduction and diversion for Rocky Mountain House!
Stettler, Ponoka and Wainwright have challenged Rocky Mountain House to a Walk ‘n’ Roll “I’m Just Less Driven” friendly competition this summer!
Which town can register the most destinations reached by walking/biking (therefore being “less driven” by vehicles)?
1. Walk or bike to a destination.
This is not about going for a walk/bike ride for exercise. It’s about
using walking and biking as your mode of transportation!
2. Leave your car at home.
3. Submit your trips each week right here!
Waste Diversion in Action! The Town of Rocky Mountain House Eco Centre opened January 5, 2021. Open Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
All users should now have a Rocky Pass to access the facility.
Click LEARN MORE below to read up on this exciting step forward in waste reduction and diversion.
All three municipalities are participating in a Regional Governance Study to explore the most effective and efficient governance structure to support the region’s growth and long-term prosperity for all citizens. The municipalities are committed to searching for common goals and a common vision to best serve the region and citizen input will be an important part of the Study process.
Keep up-to-date on the major road and utilities infrastructure work around town.
TELUS Communications Inc. is proposing to build a 45m tall self-supporting telecommunications facility (tower) at 5101 49 Avenue, Rocky Mountain House.
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