Upgraded Lift Station No. 4 Opened December 1, 2022 The Town of Peace River recently celebrated the official opening of the new Lift Station No. 4 in Lower West Peace with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Lift Station No. 4, originally built in 1977, was identified in 2015 for replacement under the Small Communities Fund initiative. The Small Communities Fund, a component of the federal New Building Canada Fund, provides funding for smaller communities to build projects that deliver on local needs. Projects are cost-shared equally between Federal, Provincial and Municipal governments.  The Federal and Provincial contribution for all the Sanitary upgrades for Peace River was $8.0M. Read More →

Please be advised that there is a delay with collection for garbage in the North End, due to a new driver. If your garbage has not been collected yet, please leave out your garbage this evening, and tomorrow morning, if necessary.  Read More →

Pursuant to Section 606 of the Municipal Government Act, being Chapter M-26 of the Statutes of Alberta, notice is hereby given that the Council of the Town of Peace River will hold a Public Hearing before the second reading of Bylaw No.2122 to amend the Town of Peace River Land Use Bylaw. Read More →

Please be advised that a portion of 91 Avenue by the Peace River High School will be reduced to one lane of traffic on Monday, November 21 to facilitate the installation of a new fire hydrant. Read More →

Please be advised that a portion of 73 Avenue will be closed for a minimum of four days, starting Wednesday, November 16th, to facilitate the installation of a new sanitary manhole.  Read More →

Scheduled Brush Fire on Highway 743 (Weberville Road) Posted November 10, 2022 Please be aware that Public Works will be burning wood and brush in a lot on Highway 743 (Weberville Road) between City Furniture & Appliances and Best Truck Service, starting today, November 10 in the early afternoon. If you are traveling along this route and see a fire with accompanying smoke at this location today or tomorrow, be aware that this fire has been scheduled. The fire is expected to burn for the next 24 to 48 hours and will be closely monitored by personnel for the duration of the burn.Read More →