Street sweeping continues Wednesday, May 10 on the following routes:
Town of Olds Emergency Coordination Centre (ECC) Activated and Deactivated Thursday, July 7, 2022 for cautionary measures during central Alberta's 'Tornado Warning' emergency alert notifications.
PUBLIC ADVISORY - Please note the Olds Fire Department will be holding a controlled burn tomorrow, Saturday, July 9 in Olds at 5223 54 Street (across from the Cow Palace). Please do not call 9-1-1 as this is fully controlled, there is no need to report it.
The Town of Olds wastewater system is currently maintaining it’s capacity. All lift stations are in working order and the Town is holding water infiltration at bay.
Our main priority is to maintain conservation of grey water and residents are asked to ensure their sump pumps are not diverted into the Town’s sewer system. Please check to ensure all water from sump pumps is flowing outside of your home and away from the Town’s sewer infrastructure.
Residential Street Sweeping continues Friday, June 10 on the following routes.
Signs will be posted. Please find alternative parking.
Council has selected a new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and they are pleased to announce and introduce Mr. Brent Williams as the new CAO for the Town of Olds. Brent will begin his role and responsibilities on May 30, 2022.
Mr. Williams and his family currently reside in Vegreville where he is the CAO of the County of Minburn.
Street sweeping schedule for Wednesday May 6. Signs are in place. Please find alternative parking.
- 62 Ave between 60 St & Lake Ridge
- Park Lane between Winter Dr & 62 Ave
- Lake Ridge between 62 Ave & Winter Dr
- Winter Dr between Briegel Rd & Wigham Close
- Harrison Green – entire
Mayor Michael Muzychka's video address announces financial relief from the Town of Olds for those affected by the COVID-19 crisis. A transcript of his address follows.