Welcome to Foothills County
  • 2021 Foothills County Budget and Tax

    2021 Foothills County Budget and Tax

    Foothills County Council, through careful budgeting, was able to reduce the municipal component of the 2021 taxes by 3.11%. The remainder being comprised of requisitioned amounts for senior’s foundation, 911 and fire dispatch, recreation, fire services, libraries, and amounts requisitioned by the Government of Alberta for education and designated industrial property.
    Property Taxes are due September 30, 2021.
    To view further information on assessment, please click here

  • Calgary Metropolitan Region Board

    Calgary Metropolitan Region Board

    What is the CMRB?

    What are the Regional Growth and Servicing Plans?

    Why did the Urban members of the CMRB vote to approve these plans regardless of strong objections from the Rural members?

    Find out more and learn how you can get involved here

  • Archie and Janet Hogg Park is OPEN!

    Archie and Janet Hogg Park is OPEN!

    The Archie and Janet Hogg Park Online Camping Reservation System is now OPEN for Upper and Lower Camping - book your site!

    Upper Loop camping is Now Open and Lower Loop camping begins on June 30.

    For more information on the park and to make a reservation, please click here 

  • Extended Hours at the Landfill

    Extended Hours at the Landfill

    Extended hours are back at the Foothills Regional Landfill & Resource Recovery Centre! Starting on May 3 through to June 30, the landfill is open late for small loads between 8:30AM-6:30 PM
    https://foothillslrrc.com/hours/

     

  • Elections 2021

    Elections 2021

    The next municipal election is being held on Monday, October 18, 2021. Nominations can be filed starting Monday, January 4, 2021, and the Nomination Period will close at 12 noon on September 20, 2021. 

    CLICK HERE

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Foothills County Council, through careful budgeting, was able to reduce the municipal component of the 2021 taxes by 3.11%. The remainder being comprised of requisitioned amounts for senior’s foundation, 911 and fire dispatch, recreation, fire services, libraries, and amounts requisitioned by the Government of Alberta for education and designated industrial property.
Property Taxes are due September 30, 2021.
To view further information on assessment, please click here

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What is the CMRB?

What are the Regional Growth and Servicing Plans?

Why did the Urban members of the CMRB vote to approve these plans regardless of strong objections from the Rural members?

Find out more and learn how you can get involved here

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The Archie and Janet Hogg Park Online Camping Reservation System is now OPEN for Upper and Lower Camping - book your site!

Upper Loop camping is Now Open and Lower Loop camping begins on June 30.

For more information on the park and to make a reservation, please click here 

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Extended hours are back at the Foothills Regional Landfill & Resource Recovery Centre! Starting on May 3 through to June 30, the landfill is open late for small loads between 8:30AM-6:30 PM
https://foothillslrrc.com/hours/

 

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The next municipal election is being held on Monday, October 18, 2021. Nominations can be filed starting Monday, January 4, 2021, and the Nomination Period will close at 12 noon on September 20, 2021. 

CLICK HERE

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Road Closure - Spruce Meadows

June 8, 2021

Update: June 10, 2021 - The City of Calgary will be closing Spruce Meadows Way (Range Road 14) between Spruce Meadows Green and 194 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta. The road will be closed from June 13 June 17 to August 15, 2021. 

To see the temporary traffic control plan, please click here

Fire Advisory

May 21, 2021

Foothills County has moved to a Fire Advisory. All open fires are allowed by obtaining a burning permit found on the Foothills County Website. Citizens are also reminded that obtaining a fire permit is mandatory at all times.

Although this is not a Fire Ban or Restriction, the County asks citizens to use extra caution and be extra vigilant when burning while this Advisory is in effect. As necessary, soaking the area adjacent to the open fire pits with water is recommended. 

Click here for more information

Summer Road Bans

May 14, 2021

On May 13, 2021, Council approved the Summer Road Bans for Foothills County. To view the list, please click here

To view the map, click here

Public Notice - COVID-19

December 11, 2020

Foothills County continues to be vigilant in our response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and our commitment to ensuring the safety of staff and residents.

In response to the continued public health measures and restrictions, the County has taken additional steps to ensure compliance with provincial regulations. Enhanced cleaning and sanitization practices continue, and the number of employees who are present in the building has further been reduced.

All departments are recognized as essential services and remain fully operational. The Foothills Administration building remains open, however, the public is encouraged to contact staff by way of email or telephone in order to limit the number of people within the building at this time. Contact information for each department can be found on the Foothills County website - MD Foothills | Contact.

Updated information on the opening of our parks and recreation facilities can be found at MD Foothills | Parks & Recreation.

We remain committed to keeping our residents and staff informed as we navigate through these challenging times, and updates will be posted should additional information be made available.