Situated in the Central Peace Region of northwestern Alberta, Saddle Hills County is located approximately 500 kilometres north of Edmonton and only 40 kilometres north of Grande Prairie. Home to a diverse agricultural community, Saddle Hills County also contains rich deposits of natural gas and oil for which Alberta is so well known.
With the beautiful Peace River Valley forming our northern boundary and the Saddle Hills to the south, we offer picturesque landscapes filled with stunning contrasts and abundant wildlife. Elk, moose and deer are just a few of the wild animals that roam our deep river valleys, lush wooded hillsides and rolling plains.
Saddle Hills County Has A New Home!
Saddle Hills County Operations have now moved to the new location on Highway 49 at the junction with Highway 725.
Office hours are 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.
Saddle Hills County, Jandel Homes, Woking residents come together to celebrate show home grand opening
November 12, 2014
Blog Post: Wolf Hunt Incentive Course to become mandatory prerequisite to Saddle Hills County’s predation loss program
November 7, 2014
In order to maintain proper predation control, Saddle Hills County will be offering a mandatory course prior to enrollment in the Wolf Hunt Incentive program.
November 7, 2014
County snowplow request flags are available at the following locations:
Bay Tree Store
Blueberry Mountain General Store
Edge Automotive in Spirit River
Saddle Hills County Complex
Savanna General Store
Cost per flag $50.00 plus GST
Seniors and residents with disabilities are permitted two free flags per month.
November 6, 2014
Annual Dog Licenses
$25.00 per year
All 2014 Licenses expire on December 31/14!
November 5, 2014
Rural Addressing Update: Ready to use for 9-1-1 Emergency Services
October 31, 2014
Beginning Nov. 1, Saddle Hills County will be issuing burn permits for the Forest Protection Area. Following March 31, permits will again be issued by Alberta Forestry.
For a burn permit, please notify the Protective Services department at (780) 864-3760.
September 24, 2014
Saddle Hills County libraries have returned to their regular hours of operation, and Woking has added an additional day of operation.
Saddle Hills County presents cheque to County of Grande Prairie No. 1 for Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum
September 2, 2014
August 8, 2014
July 30, 2014
Notice of Road Bans, Saddle Hills County
Pursuant to the Saddle Hills County Bylaw 80-1998 and Policy No. PW 04, effective at 8:00 a.m. on July 29, 2014 the following road bans are in effect:
75 % axle weight on:
Range Road 100 from Secondary Hwy 681 north to TWP 830
100% axle weight (no overweight) on:
Range Road 103 North to TWP 830
For information about Road Bans on Secondary and Primary Highways please call Alberta Transportation: 1-877-236-6445. For any other information on road bans within Saddle Hills County, please contact Alvin Wisnoski at (780) 864-3760.
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