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New Spruce Grove buses are now operating on Route 560 and Route 562

Check your route number before you board
Holiday office closures

Essential services will be maintained
New Spruce Grove transit commuter route enhances service in the region

Spruce Grove launches Route 562; Parkland County introduces Acheson shuttle service
Flags lowered to half-mast until sunset on Feb. 3

Honouring victims of shooting in Quebec City mosque
Lock it! Don’t give thieves easy access

RCMP remind residents that many thefts are crimes of opportunity
Christmas tree pickup in Spruce Grove

Real trees will be collected between Jan. 16 and 20
Snow routes active in Spruce Grove

Vehicles must be removed from streets
City flags will be lowered to half-mast at sunrise on Dec. 22

Our thoughts are with the community during this difficult time
New time for City Council and Committee of the Whole meetings

Beginning January 2017, meetings will start at 5 p.m. in council chambers
Spruce Grove introduces new dog identification regulations

Pets must be identified with a tag that displays a current phone number
Holiday office closures

Essential services will be maintained
Council approves renovation and expansion of Protective Services building

Site work is scheduled to begin next year
Talk trash with Spruce Grove’s Green Team

Learn about diverting waste, how to do it and why it’s important
Flags lowered to half-mast at City facilities on Dec. 6

Recognizing National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women
Spruce Grove ranked as safest city in Canada for second year in a row

Allstate Safe Driving Study examined collision frequency in communities across country
City council approves 2017-2019 Corporate Plan

Plan includes 2.9 per cent municipal tax increase for 2017
Spruce Grove joins U-Pass program, starting Jan. 1, 2017

Eligible students will have unlimited travel on all partner transit systems
Spruce Grove business licences now up for renewal

Businesses have until Jan. 15 to renew free of charge
Millgrove student named Fire Chief for the Day

Callie Kowalczyk talks fire prevention and safety tips
Come out to Christmas in Central Park

Saturday, Nov. 26, from 2:30 – 5:30 p.m.
Weekly organics collection wraps up for the season on Nov. 18

Organics collection switches to monthly for the winter
Remembrance Day office closures

Essential services will be maintained
Mayor recipient of Lieutenant Governor’s Leadership for Active Communities Award

Recognized in Elected Community Leader category
Flags lowered to half-mast to honour former Premier Jim Prentice

We extend our condolences to his friends and family
Celebrate Halloween at Mini Monster Bash event

Presented by the City of Spruce Grove, the Town of Stony Plain and Parkland County
Thanksgiving long weekend office closures

Essential services will be maintained
Website and Online Services system maintenance

Users may experience temporary outages Tuesday, Oct. 4
Mayor Houston signs Memorandum of Understanding as part of Metro Mayors Alliance

The group commits to plan, decide, and act as one Edmonton Metro Region
RCMP respond to complaint involving imitation gun

Public reminded to use fake firearms in safe, responsible manner
Flags will be lowered to honour fallen officers

Sunday, Sept. 25 is Police and Peace Officers’ National Memorial Day
Painting from City’s art collection reunited with local family

The Book Worm now displayed in childhood home of boy in portrait
Sections of Heritage Grove Park trail system closed for asphalt repairs

Work begins Sept. 9 and is expected to take three weeks
Spray park construction continues at Jubilee Park

Activity expected to increase in coming weeks
Seeking public input on the Economic Development Strategy update

Residents are encouraged to provide feedback in online survey
Flags at half-mast from Sept. 6-13

Honouring former Lieutenant Governor Norman Kwong
Labour Day long weekend office closures

Essential services will be maintained
Spruce Grove Fire Services responds to fire at Millgrove School

Damage limited to small area of one classroom
Water restrictions in effect in Spruce Grove

Residents asked to curtail non-essential water use
New transit rates effective Sept. 1, 2016

Increases to integrated transit pass, ticket booklet and local rate fares
Portion of Weston Drive temporarily closed on Aug. 17

One-day closure will accommodate utility repair work
Asphalt resurfacing scheduled Aug. 9-11

McLeod Ave (east of Century) and Landsdowne Dr.
Century Road temporarily closed Aug. 8–12 from 7 a.m.–6 p.m. daily

Closure will be in both directions from south of off leash area to city limits
Heritage Day long weekend office closures

Essential services will be maintained
Holiday service for ETS Route 560

No transit service on Aug. 1 for Heritage Day
Temporary relocation of ETS Route 560 bus stop #8785

Relocation begins July 20 for approximately one week
Flags lowered to half-mast until July 18

Honouring victims of attack in Nice, France
Lose something at the Canada Day Celebration?

We’re looking to reunite lost items with their owners
Spray park coming to Jubilee Park in Spruce Grove

Construction underway with plans to open summer 2017
Attention Millgrove residents impacted by recent alley reconstruction:

Waste collection returns to rear alley on August 11
Canada Day long weekend office closures

Essential services will be maintained
Holiday service for ETS Route 560

No transit service on Canada Day
Flags lowered to half-mast on June 23

In honour of the National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism
Temporary road closure on Grove Drive at 10 p.m. on Canada Day

Closure required to prep for fireworks and departure of park and ride buses
Shred-4-Free: second event on June 25

Items shredded on the spot at Eco Centre from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Cultural Master Plan presented to Spruce Grove City Council

Plan accepted as information during June 13 meeting
Border Paving Athletic Centre celebrates grand opening

Ribbon cutting ceremony, tours and demonstrations enjoyed by many
Watermain and sanitary sewer replacement underway

Work started in early May
Property Tax reminder

All City of Spruce Grove 2016 Property Tax Notices have now been mailed
Detours coming to ETS Route 560, starting May 30

Change will not affect any stops along route
Fire ban lifted within municipal boundaries of Spruce Grove

Fire permits reinstated
Upcoming office closures – May 23 (Victoria Day)

Essential services will be maintained
Council approves updated water conservation plan

Program will guide conservation programs and initiatives
City relaxes enforcement on RVs parked at private residences

Move will assist in providing temporary housing for people displaced by Fort McMurray fire
City of Spruce Grove response to Fort McMurray fire

Spruce Grove Fire Services providing support to neighbouring communities
Flags at half-mast on April 28

Recognizing National Day of Mourning
Summer in the City returns to Spruce Grove

New registration location for Adventure Camps
City Hall Ticket Centre impacted by Ticketmaster Canada’s decision to close retail outlets

Ticket sales for Horizon Stage and Spruce Grove Saints will not be affected
Alberta’s Boom Chucka Boys headline Spruce Grove’s Canada Day Celebration

Group will perform on Beaverbrook Main Stage on July 1 in Jubilee Park
April 9 is National Day of Remembrance of the Battle of Vimy Ridge

Flags to fly at half-mast at City facilities
Municipal census happening from April 6–May 27

We’re counting on you!
Flags at City facilities to remain at half-mast

In memory and to honour Conservative MP Jim Hillyer
Volunteers needed for City’s Canada Day Celebration

Volunteers are encouraged to apply as soon as possible
City flags fly at half-mast in memory of victims of Belgium tragedy

Flags will remain lowered until sunset on March 25
Calling all community groups! You can spruce up the city in exchange for cash

Non-profits boost fundraising efforts this spring, applications due Friday, April 8
Local volunteers to be celebrated during Volunteer Appreciation Event

Volunteers from all organizations are invited and welcome to attend, April 14 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Water Week is March 21-27

Learn where our water comes from and how to use it responsibly
Vendors, exhibitors and demonstrators needed for Spruce Grove Canada Day Celebration

Application forms are available online
Mayor delivers annual State of the City address

Speech highlights accomplishments and future plans for Spruce Grove
Residents invited to submit Awards of Excellence nominations

Program honours outstanding individuals and contributors to Spruce Grove, nominations due April 30
Assessment notices for 2015 have been mailed

Property owners invited to attend upcoming Assessment Open House
Kids with cleats, coaches with culture

International coaches run soccer camps in Spruce Grove this summer
Border Paving Athletic Centre now open

City’s Recreation Services staff moving to new facility on Jan. 18
Temporary office closure

Essential services maintained
Watermain break on King St near Woodhaven Middle School repaired

Water service has been restored
Odd/even lawn watering in effect in Spruce Grove

Dry, hot weather leads to water shortage
Win a $250 gift card to the TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre

Enter today by signing up for e-bill notifications
Spruce Grove growth study launched

Determining future growth options for the next 50 years
City offers naming rights for new Sports and Recreation Facility

Additional sponsorship opportunities also available
City Hall, FCSS and Public Works closed Family Day

Essential services will be maintained
Sod turned for new Sports and Recreation Facility

Start of construction officially marked
Council approves new sports and recreation facility in Spruce Grove

Will include a sports museum, multi-purpose space, non-profit office and program space, and provide a home for the Aerials Gymnastics.
Sports and recreation facility feedback to be shared with council

Report will be presented during the June 10 council meeting