Wetaskiwin

Encouraging collaboration — both throughout the community and across the region — is a critical component in finding solutions that fit our community. This means coming together to share knowledge and expertise, as well as truly listening to each other.

Community gets on board following City’s update on helping vulnerable humans

On Wednesday evening — July 21 — the City of Wetaskiwin provided…

  • Jul 26, 2021

 

The City of Wetaskiwin is inviting interested local and regional community partners and agencies to the table to join in working toward solutions for shared community safety and wellbeing issues.

Wetaskiwin pursues regional safety and wellbeing approach

If COVID has taught us anything, it is the wisdom of working…

  • Jul 20, 2021

 

On July 13, Wetaskiwin City Hall and the Public Works office re-opened to the public.

City of Wetaskiwin 2021 property taxes due June 30

The deadline for City of Wetaskiwin residents to pay their 2021 property…

  • Jun 28, 2021

 

Show your community spirit and creativity: the City of Wetaskiwin’s second annual Canada Day Decorating Contest is back!

Colour your community beautiful for Canada Day!

It’s time to fly your flags and festoon your homes and businesses…

  • Jun 21, 2021
Show your community spirit and creativity: the City of Wetaskiwin’s second annual Canada Day Decorating Contest is back!
As of Monday, June 14, public swimming, aquafit and fitness classes are all welcoming participants again, with the schedule available through July 4.

Manluk Centre is open! Pool and fitness centre welcome patrons

The day that many in Wetaskiwin have been waiting for has finally…

  • Jun 14, 2021
As of Monday, June 14, public swimming, aquafit and fitness classes are all welcoming participants again, with the schedule available through July 4.
June is Recreation and Parks Month, a great time to get out and explore with the City of Wetaskiwin Recreation Department Scavenger Hunt!

Join the hunt for local parks this June: Explore, discover + enter to win!

Manluk Centre celebrates ‘June is Recreation and Parks Month’

  • Jun 7, 2021
June is Recreation and Parks Month, a great time to get out and explore with the City of Wetaskiwin Recreation Department Scavenger Hunt!
This spring, Wetaskiwin's Public Works department will plant 41 fruit-bearing trees and shrubs in Montgomery Park, at 53 Street and Centennial Drive. The tentative planting date is June 3, depending on availability from the nursery.

Urban Food Forest to grow in Wetaskiwin’s Montgomery Park

Apples, plums, cherries and more will be planted this spring

  • May 17, 2021
This spring, Wetaskiwin's Public Works department will plant 41 fruit-bearing trees and shrubs in Montgomery Park, at 53 Street and Centennial Drive. The tentative planting date is June 3, depending on availability from the nursery.
Wetaskiwin homeowners should see no increases to their for 2021 property taxes, and in fact, could see a slight decrease in their tax bill.

Council confirms zero increase to total tax collected for 2021

Property tax payments due by June 30

  • May 3, 2021
Wetaskiwin homeowners should see no increases to their for 2021 property taxes, and in fact, could see a slight decrease in their tax bill.
The City of Wetaskiwin encourages residents to snap and share photos of inspiring local scenes for this year’s Earth Day Contest. Denise Falenda was last year’s third place winner with this stunning image.

Celebrate Earth Day virtually: Enter your spring photos for a chance to win!

Photos can be submitted between April 12 and 25; public voting follows April 26 to May 3

  • Apr 12, 2021
The City of Wetaskiwin encourages residents to snap and share photos of inspiring local scenes for this year’s Earth Day Contest. Denise Falenda was last year’s third place winner with this stunning image.
Beginning this week, residents are invited to sign up on the City of Wetaskiwin’s Community Garden page and reserve their plot for the coming growing season.

Time to get growing! Reserve your community garden plot before they book up

Plots are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis

  • Apr 12, 2021
Beginning this week, residents are invited to sign up on the City of Wetaskiwin’s Community Garden page and reserve their plot for the coming growing season.
Centennial Park

Study recommends redistricting and selling Centennial Park to spur economic growth

City seeking public input on proposed redistricting of Centennial Park by April 11, 2021

  • Apr 5, 2021
Centennial Park
Manluk Centre

Manluk Centre to re-open with limited activities March 29

Low-impact workouts, pool time available by reservation

  • Mar 22, 2021
Manluk Centre
The City of Wetaskiwin recently completed a number of economic development studies that provided valuable insights into Wetaskiwin’s competitive advantages, retail gaps and opportunities.

Wetaskiwin is open for business!

New studies highlight economic growth opportunities for the region

  • Mar 15, 2021
The City of Wetaskiwin recently completed a number of economic development studies that provided valuable insights into Wetaskiwin’s competitive advantages, retail gaps and opportunities.
Bill Tomkow

Avid fisherman reels in a local legacy with ‘Wetaskiwin Special’ lure

Bill Tomkow spent countless hours assembling and painting the popular lures

  • Mar 1, 2021
Bill Tomkow
Have your say about Wetaskiwin’s policing priorities for the coming year.

Have your say on Wetaskwin’s policing priorities

2021 Community Safety Policing Priorities survey now available; virtual town halls planned

  • Mar 1, 2021
Have your say about Wetaskiwin’s policing priorities for the coming year.
The City of Wetaskiwin is looking for candidates for its Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, which will guide the development of policies promoting fairness, mutual respect and a sense of inclusion among the region’s diverse individuals, communities and groups.

City seeks members for Diversity and Inclusion Task Force

Recognizing that today’s most successful communities value and actively pursue inclusiveness and…

  • Jan 25, 2021
The City of Wetaskiwin is looking for candidates for its Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, which will guide the development of policies promoting fairness, mutual respect and a sense of inclusion among the region’s diverse individuals, communities and groups.
Education Minister Adriana LaGrange. (File photo)

Wolf Creek and Wetaskiwin school boards ‘reassured’ by letter from LaGrange

Boards urge the Alberta government to honour commitments to Indigenous peoples

Education Minister Adriana LaGrange. (File photo)
Ryan Applegarth

Applegarth was out on bail when Ponoka woman killed

Ponoka male now facing first degree and second degree murder charges

Ryan Applegarth
alberta.ca status map on Nov. 13.
alberta.ca status map on Nov. 13.
#Wetaskiwin2070

Wetaskiwin: planning today for a better tomorrow

Share your vision for Wetaskiwin’s future

  • Oct 19, 2020
#Wetaskiwin2070