News & Announcements
Posted September 25, 2017
Town of Olds Fire Department invites everyone to their Open House on Wednesday, October 11th, during Fire Prevention Week. Invitation Here
Posted September 19, 2017
As of 12:00 pm on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, the deadline for withdrawals has passed. Official Nomination Day Results
Posted September 12, 2017
Today, the Mountain View County region (Carstairs, Didsbury, Olds) deployed a contingent of 12 volunteer fire fighters to the Waterton Lake Fire. Details here.
Posted September 11, 2017
The Town of Olds is being recognized for municipal engagement excellence by winning an Honourable Mention for Innovation for this year's Minister's Awards for Municipal Excellence. Details here (Other press releases can be found here.
Posted September 6, 2017
The Town of Olds has launched a new Citizen Budget online tool to help us understand your priorities on municipal services. The interactive budget simulator asks residents to indicate how they want tax dollars allocated to the Town's current service levels. To participate in the survey, click the yellow button above, or olds.citizenbudget.com.
Posted August 30, 2017
September is Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Month across Canada. The purpose of Awareness Month is to increase public knowledge of neuromuscular disorders and the impact on families living with these disorders and the communities in which they live, as well as to educate the public about Muscular Dystrophy Canada.
Posted August 30, 2017
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month! 1 in 7 Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime, making it the most common cancer in men. The need for greater public education is why Town of Olds Council has proclaimed September as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.
Posted August 21, 2017
The next Town of Olds Municipal Election will take place in October 16, 2017. Please visit our Elections page for information for potential candidates, including the Election Schedule, Bylaw, and upcoming training program for candidates.
Posted August 13, 2017
The release of aquarium or domestic pond water, plants, and/or dead or alive animals into Alberta's waterways or storm water ponds is a serious issue, which threatens the health of our waterbodies and operation of storm water facilities. Please click here for answers to your questions.
Posted July 27, 2017
Due to the hot weather, caring/concerned pet owners have been providing water and water dishes for animals in our Dog Park. It has been brought to our attention that these communual water dishes can/are transferring canine diseases, and are known as hot beds for the spreading of diseases such as kennel cough. In order to protect our canine citizens, the following information will be posted next week on signage at the Dog Park, on social media, website and newspaper.