From Oct. 26 and beyond, individuals over the age of 18 must have proof of a complete vaccine series with the second dose or have proof of a recent (within the previous 72 hours) negative COVID-19 test... [Read More]
Since its opening, the Fox Creek RV Campground has been managed from the Town of Fox Creek Administration Office. Patrons of the campground could make payments, check the status of available stalls, and get general information on the campground itself. However, effective today this service will now be offered through the Fox Creek Greenview Multiplex. [Read More]
"In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing. The worst thing you can do is nothing" – Theodore Roosevelt. [Read More]
As COVID-19 restrictions have ebbed and flowed consistently over the past 18+ months, we have remained on our toes and have made tough calls that have been unfortunate, but necessary. Many of these calls have been completely out of our hands, as provincial mandates supersede any decision made on the municipal level, but we have continuously done what we could in the effort to bring an end to this pandemic. [Read More]
As much of the community may have heard by now the Government of Alberta has once again declared a state of public health emergency and as such, effective today, additional measures have been put in place to ease the strain that this fourth wave of COVID-19 has caused. [Read More]
Blue Ridge Lumber Inc., on approval from Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, will be conducting our vegetation management program on or after August 17, 2021 until September 10, 2021. [Read More]
We want to make sure that our campgrounds stay the nice hospitable places we have come to know, and that new people will come to love. Thus, in light of the recent thefts and vandalisms occurring at both Smoke Lake and Iosegun Lake campgrounds, the Town of Fox Creek will be taking some precautions to ensure and maintain a positive camping experience. [Read More]
Property Assessment and Tax Notices for 2021 were mailed on June 18, 2021. Any landowner who has not received their notice is asked to notify the Town during business hours.
With a minimum 60% of Albertans aged 12 and up having received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination, the Government of Alberta has permitted the province to enter Stage 2 of reopening beginning June 10, 2021. [Read More]
We are seeking 20 individuals who would like to have their residence sampled for lead content. The results of this information will be shared with the homeowner and AEP.