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COVID-19 Update from Foothills County

Municipal Offices Closed to the Public

Effective March 23, 2020, the municipal offices of Foothills County and the Town of High River are closed to the public. Foothills County continues to provide services, including fire, enforcement, utilities, solid waste and road safety. If you have business with the County, please contact Foothills County by phone or email. County staff contact information is here.

The only exception to this closure will be Foothills County Council meetings.

Learn more here

Foothills County Staff Email Contact List – pdf
Additional Contact Information Here

Following the direction of Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, to help contain the spread of COVID-19, Foothills County Council has postponed all Public Hearings until further notice. When the Public Hearing is rescheduled, you will receive a notice in the mail with the new date and time. If you have any questions regarding this notice, please contact our Planning and Development Department by phone or email, as we are encouraging the public to refrain from visiting the main admin offices at this time.

COVID-19 Updated Information

The health, safety, and well-being of our residents and employees and our efforts to maintain important County services for the public are Foothills County top priority. We will continue to operate core services, including fire, enforcement, utilities, solid waste and road safety. If you have business with Foothills County, we ask you to call or email first, before visiting in person.

Foothills County Closures:
Scott Seaman Sports Rink
Crescent Point Regional Field House

No public access to:
Municipal Office
Foothills County Fire Stations
Peace Officers
Agricultural Services Building
Public Works – Aldersyde & West Shop

Keep up-to-date on how the COVID-19 outbreak is affecting our County

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