Lacombe County Council approves 2023 final budgets and tax rates
Posted on Tuesday, May 02, 2023 03:38 PM
At its April 27, 2023 meeting, Council approved the Lacombe County 2023 operating and capital budgets and tax rate bylaw, including a 0% increase to the County’s portion of municipal taxes.
“Lacombe County continues to focus on responsible spending while ensuring the services our ratepayers receive continue to be well-managed,” said Lacombe County Reeve Barb Shepherd. “With inflation on day-to-day goods being such a challenge to residents, we wanted to keep property tax increases to a minimum....
Roadside Haying Policy
Posted on Thursday, April 20, 2023 05:04 PM
Lacombe County recognizes the value of legumes and grass growing in municipal road allowances during times of drought. As such, Policy AG(16) was developed and Lacombe County will work cooperatively with agricultural producers who wish to hay Lacombe County road allowances.
- MAY 15: Residents must submit written requests to Lacombe County in order to hay the road allowance adjacent to their lands.
- JULY 15: Once the request is approved, the resident has until July 15 to cut and bail...
April 2023 County News
Posted on Thursday, April 20, 2023 03:29 PM
The April 2023 County News is ready! You can read it online, or pick up a copy from the Lacombe County Office!
Scam Alert | Mainroad
Posted on Thursday, April 20, 2023 12:42 PM
Please be advised of the following situation concerning trespassing on private property and solicitation of business in the Contract Maintenance Area. Yesterday, April 19th, 2023, Mainroad Operations received a phone call from a concerned resident located West of Ponoka stating that a group of workers came onto their private property representing “Mainroad” and offering to fill potholes and pave the driveway. These workers are soliciting business from residents in a fraudulent manner. Residents...
PUBLIC HEARING | Municipal Development Plan & Land Use Bylaw
Posted on Thursday, April 20, 2023 11:59 AM
Every year since 2017, Lacombe County embarks on an annual review of the Municipal Development Plan and Land Use Bylaw to ensure these documents continue to support our community's vision.
This year's review is special, as it marks the County's five-year anniversary since the documents were initially adopted in 2017, after multiple rounds of consultation with the community, including Lacombe County landowners, residents, and businesses.
We are hosting a public hearing on May 11, starting at 9:00AM.