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Town of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta
The Town of Rocky Mountain House acknowledges that the land on which we gather is Treaty 6 Territory and a traditional meeting ground and home for many Indigenous Peoples, including the Blackfoot, Cree, Saulteaux, Stoney and Métis.
Locally-based, registered non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply.
Large grant applications - up to $5,000 - are considered twice a year. Applications must be received by March 31 to be considered this spring.
The Oval and Outdoor Arena are CLOSED for the season. See you next year!
In cold temperatures, water service lines can freeze if frost is pushed below the water line. Water lines inside the home and on outside walls can also freeze due to extreme wind chill and cold drafts.
Repair costs associated with frozen pipes are the responsibility of the homeowner. You can help prevent frozen pipes by keeping your home heated at normal levels to avoid cold spots.
The sooner a frozen line is thawed, the better. Over time, freezing will extend further along the line and make thawing more difficult, time-consuming and potentially more costly.
You can now use your Rocky Pass to access many online services!
Check out the Roadway Winter Maintenance policy to understand how the Town of Rocky Mountain House tends to roads and trails during and after a snowfall.
You also have a responsibility to clear your property's adjacent sidewalk within 48 hours of a snowfall.
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