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Irrigation Info

The irrigation has been turned off for the season and our Town crew has begun the process of blowing out the Town’s lines to protect them against frost and associated damage. Please be advised that Town employees may be entering yards in order to do so, this process could take several weeks. The Town is only responsible for main lines, if you have underground sprinkler systems we suggest hiring a private company to be sure lines are adequately blown out. If you have any further questions, please contact the Town office at 403-758-3212.

Thank you Richard Van Ee

The Magrath and District Recreation Committee would like to thank Councillor Richard Van Ee for donating his time and materials to make the Magrath Moonlight Express truck for their fundraising event. All proceeds will to go to placing benches along the Trail.

October Museum News

Fright Night at the Museum will be on Friday October 27th between 5:30 – 7:30 PM. 

Come for supper - we will have taco soup to warm you up at the Seniors Centre along with lots of yummy Halloween treats. Then, if you dare, cross the street and go through the haunted museum.

Admission to Museum will be $2/person. Come out for a scary good time! This is a fundraiser for our Museum.

If you think you would rather scare than be scared you can contact Kristine Alston @ 403-758-3627

Irrigation Shut Down 

We will be shutting off irrigation for the season on Monday September 25.  We will then start blowing out lines following the shut off.

If you have underground sprinkler systems it is not the responsibility of the Town to blow out these private systems.  If you have any questions please contact the Town Office @ 403-758-3212.

Official Candidate List

Monday, September 18, 2017 was Nomination Day for the 2017 General Municipal Election.  

Mayoral Candidates:

Russ Barnett*

Brett Nish

Councillor Candidates:

Gerry Baril*

Brenda Beck*

DeVar Dahl*

Roch DeMeare

Craig Godlonton*

Fernando Morales Llan

Brian Oliver*

Richare Van Ee*

Election Day is on Monday, October 16, 2017 where one mayor and 6 councillors will be elected to represent the Town for the 2017 – 2021 governance term.

 

No Evacuation for the Town of Magrath

The Town of Magrath would like to address rumors about evacuation for the Town of Magrath.  Our current status on the Kenow wildfire is safe.  There is no evacuation for the Town of Magrath or in the immediate surrounding areas of Cardston County. If there is ever a threat to our safety we do have procedures in place to notify our residents as quickly as possible. Our information is the most up to date and accurate, as we speak directly to our Fire Chief. 

Also, please read the information carefully on other sites.  Yes there are evacuations in Cardston County and yes we are considered in Cardston County, but there is accurate location information in the evacuation details.

For further information on other Towns that might be affected by the Kenow wildfire and evacuation details please visit the any of the following.  

http://www.cardstoncounty.com/

http://www.emergencyalert.alberta.ca/

https://mdpinchercreek.ab.ca/

 

2017 Pool Season

The Town would like to thank all of the summer and pool staff for their good work over the summer. We would also like to thank the sponsors of the free swim; Edwards & Edwards Public Accountants, Leisel’s Buns & More, Schneyder Harvesting and Summit Electrical Solutions.

Welcome Back To School - 2017

As children are back in school, we ask that you please respect school zone speed limits and watch out for children crossing the street. Also, the Arena staff parking spaces are for Arena staff and should not be used by anyone else. Peace Officers will be enforcing ALL parking signs and traffic laws. (i.e. U-turns, crossing the centre line, stopping on the road to let children in or out of vehicle, etc.)