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  • Mailing Address Changed?

    Mailing Address Changed?

    If your mailing address has changed, changes must be made in writing with the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office using the Province’s Notice of Change of Address for Service form.

    It is your responsibility to notify the Land Titles Office with your address change, legal name changes and spelling corrections to your Certificate of Title.

    Changes made to your land title are received electronically by the MD of Foothills from the Province of Alberta Land Titles Office.

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Water System Update

December 6, 2016

It’s been years in the making, but on September 1, 2016, the Sheep River Regional Utility Corporation (SRRUC) began full operations.

The SRRUC was established through the Quad Regional Water Partnership (QRWP), a collaboration of four municipalities, including the Towns of Turner Valley and Black Diamond, the Municipal District (MD) of Foothills, and the Village of Longview.

To learn more, click here - Water System Update pdf


November 29, 2016

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Changes Proposed to Fee Schedule Bylaw 27/2016

November 4, 2016

The Council of the MD of Foothills No. 31 is considering amending the Fee Schedule Bylaw 27/2016, which establishes the fees, rates and charges for a variety of municipal services. The 2016 Draft Fee Schedule illustrates the existing fees and the proposed amendments to those fees. Council will be considering the amendments to the Bylaw at the regular Council meeting on December 14, 2016.

For more information or to view the 2016 Draft Fee Schedule online,
click here

Donation of Champion Park Land

September 16, 2016

The Municipal District of Foothills and the Town of Okotoks are pleased to announce the joint acquisition of Champion Park. The park sits on approximately 52 acres in a rural area in the MD of Foothills adjacent to Highway 2.

Champion Park is being gifted by the Knowlton Family. Gerald L. Knowlton built the park as an homage to the CPR and as a family tribute to his mother, Faye, and father, Frederick (Ted) Knowlton – a CPR station agent who served in the town of Standard, Alberta for 42 years. The park was replicated after the train station and surroundings that his father operated.

Learn more here.

Aerial Imagery 2015

September 12, 2016

Aerial photographs for areas around Southern Alberta are available for download.

Click here.

Streetlight Repair Reporting

February 18, 2016

FortisAlberta has launched a new Streetlight Repair Map. With this map, you can view streetlights in FortisAlberta’s service area and request a repair online within minutes. Streetlight Repair Reporting is found here.