News & Reports
Previous Annual Reports
- Municipal Year in Review 2021 (Published Spring 2022)
- ANNUAL REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY, 2020 (Published Spring 2021)
- Annual Report to the Community, 2018(Published Fall 2019)
annual rEPORT TO THE COMMUNITY, 2017(Published Spring 2018)
Annual rEPORT TO THE COMMUNITY, 2016(Published Spring 2017)
- annual REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY, 2015 (Published Spring 2016)
- annual rEPORT TO THE COM MUNITY, 2014(Published Spring 2015)
- annual rEPORT TO THE COMMUNITY, 2013(Published Spring 2014)
- annual rEPORT TO THE COMMUNITY, 2012(Published Spring 2013)
Olds, AB, December 4th, 2023 – The CPKC Holiday Train returns to Olds this Friday, marking its 25th year of supporting food banks and awareness of food insecurity issues across Canada. The Holiday Train arrives in Olds on December 8th at 2:20 with a free concert at the 50th Street railway crossing (facing west) in Uptowne Olds from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM. The Holiday Train's visit typically attracts a large crowd for this live-music event!
Upon review, the testing revealed leaks at 36 different locations, affecting both private properties and municipal land. These leaks are categorized into five types: issues with manhole covers, improper grading of the surrounding land, leaks in the service lines, problems at service connections, and missing or broken cleanout caps. The data shows that these leaks would be having a noticeable impact on our total inflow volumes.
Mayor Judy Dahl talks about the return of Coffee With Councillors
Community Resource Officer Cst. Mitchell Price invites you to the Battle with the Broncos hockey game
Sgt. Paul Wright reminds everyone to be on the lookout for the little ghosts and goblins out on the street on Halloween.
The Town continues to work with AHS Public Health to provide them with the information they need to determine the state of our drinking water. The Town’s next update will be Monday afternoon at approximately 3:00 PM.
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