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  • Season's Greetings: A Message from the Reeve

    A seasonal message from Reeve Alvin Hubert. 

  • Seeking: Contractors & Equipment

    Throughout the year, the County employs contractors and equipment, including private companies and individuals for a variety of projects. 

  • Alberta Bats Community Science Program

    Participate in the Alberta Bats Community Science Program to help provide information to inform conservation, protection, and research efforts.

  • Alberta Canola Conference & Research Symposium

    The Alberta Canola Conference & Research Symposium is coming to Grande Prairie on January 24 & 25, 2024.

  • Get Home Safely this Holiday Season

    Every year, incidents of impaired driving increase as people celebrate the holiday season and take to Alberta highways. Make sure you get home safely his holiday season.

  • Notice of Application: Pesticide Special Use

    In accordance with the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, Saddle Hills County has applied to Alberta Environment and Protected Areas for a Special Use Approval for the control of Canada Thistle and Common Yellow Toadflax within a County road allowance.

  • Christmas Colouring Contest

    Enter our 2023 Christmas Colouring Contest and be entered to win a prize (or two)! No age or talent restrictions. Deadline: January 7, 2024. 

  • 2024 Interim Budget - Now Available

    The 2024 Interim Operating and Capital Budgets have been approved by Council and is now available. 

  • Christmas in the County

    Seasonal cheer abounded at the Christmas in the County event on Wednesday, December 6, 2023. Residents and visitors came from around the region to celebrate the festive season at the County office, with Santa, candy cane hunts, treats, free photograph opportunities, an exhibition, and much more!

  • Tree Hazard Risk Assessment

    A tree hazard risk assessment is a systematic process designed to evaluate the potential dangers associated with trees, ensuring the safety of people and property. Municipalities, property owners, and individuals have a “duty of care” for trees, which includes ensuring their health, safety, and longevity.

    A helpful fact sheet provided by Tree Expert Toso Bozic explores these issues. 

Contact Us

Saddle Hills
Junction of Hwy 49 & Secondary Hwy 725
RR1, Spirit River AB
T0H 3G0
T. 780-864-3760
Fax 780-864-3904
Toll-free 1-888-864-3760

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