Sanitary Sewer System Work – June 10 Posted June 9, 2022 Work will be occurring on the sanitary sewer system in Lower West Peace on June 10 starting at 9:00 am. Residents are encouraged to reduce water usage during this time to reduce the volumes on our system during a system switchover from the old Lift Station No. 4 to the new Lift Station No. 4. The switchover to the new system is anticipated to be complete by 3:00 pm.Read More →


Public Notice – Landscaping Surrounding Saddleback Trails Posted May 17, 2022 Please be advised that landscaping work will begin along walking trails in Saddleback this weekend, as early as Friday, May 20, 2022. Residents and visitors are still encouraged to enjoy trails and playgrounds but are asked to keep off the grass while work is being done and exercise caution around landscaping equipment in the area.Read More →

Glycol Release and Fire Suppression Test at Baytex Energy Centre Posted on May 5, 2022 We will be conducting a fire pump test for the Baytex Energy Centre, which means that residents in the area may see sediments in their water. This test will be happening on Monday, May 9, 2022.   If residents see sediment in their water, it is recommended that they flush their water by keeping it running for 10 minutes. If sediment remains afterward, continue to run water for 10-minute increments until sediment is gone.Read More →

Construction Work on 89 St. & 103 Ave. (Upper West Peace) Posted May 3, 2022 Crews will be commencing work along 89 Street at 103 Avenue in Upper West Peace on Thursday, May 5, 2022. This is part of the Shaftesbury Trail Utility Realignment Project. We will be progressing up 89th Street up to the Ski Chalet over the next month. Residents may encounter occasional delays in these areas as this work takes place over upcoming months. We ask that residents adjust their driving according to the work conditions and plan for these delays. Any major updates will be provided to residents.Read More →

73 Avenue Road Status Posted April 11, 2022 Construction is currently taking place at the Ecole Des Quartre-Vents school and the construction company, GenMec ACL, is bringing in a large amount of materials for construction. 73 Avenue is not capable of handling the loads and the road has been deteriorating. The Town is aware of this issue. As a temporary solution, GenMec ACL is placing gravel to address the current road problems while they work to determine a long-term solution. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and ask residents to adjust their driving accordingly.Read More →