Turner Valley is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, 35 minutes southwest of the city of Calgary on the edge of Kananaskis Country. Our community embodies the essence of small town living – offering economic opportunity, community connections, and a beautiful setting for outdoor recreation. Many people are attracted to the area for its magnificent scenery and fresh mountain air; there is so much here for you to discover and enjoy.
Get Back to Nature in the Town of Turner Valley
NOTICE: Committee of the Whole Meetings replaced with Regular Council Meetings
On November 17, 2014 at their Regular Meeting, Council resolved to replace the Committee of the Whole meeting, normally held the first Monday of each month, with a Regular Meeting of Council. This meeting will be held the first Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. The Regular Council Meeting, held on the third Monday of each month, will continue to be held at 6:30 p.m. If either of these meetings falls on a holiday, the meeting shall be held on the following day, not being a holiday. Both meetings will continue being held in Council Chambers at the Town of Turner Valley Municipal Office. The next Regular meeting dates are December 1 and 15, 2014.
Res. 14.11.17.08 Motion by Councillor Crane that Council approve administrations recommendation to replace the Committee of the Whole meeting, held on the first Monday of the month, in Council Chambers, with a Regular Meeting of Council to be held at 6:30 p.m., and if this meeting falls on a holiday, the meeting shall be held on the following day, not being a holiday, unless said regular Council meeting is cancelled by Council resolution; and that the Council Procedure Bylaw 11-1004 3. e.) be amended to appropriately reflect the new meeting time. CARRIED.
Water System Restoration
Update: October 2014
A notice from the Quad Regional Water Partnership (QRWP) has been mailed to residents of the local area to update the community on the Water System Recovery. Please read the current bulletin: QRWP Update Oct 2014 for further information.
In August, our raw water reservoir was at 74% capacity. We knew we needed to get to 100% capacity to be able to sustain the Towns of Turner Valley and Black Diamond with water over the winter. Thanks to conscientious community members, we did it! The raw water reservoir has been 100% full since September 5, 2014.
We can now reduce the water restrictions that have been placed on residents and businesses since the 2013 flood. Effective November 2, 2014, the water restrictions will be reduced from Level II (set in August) to Level I.
What does a Level I water restriction mean?
Level I sets out a VOLUNTARY conservation water schedule based on odd and even address numbers – similar to Level II water restrictions. Residents and businesses are encouraged – but not mandated – to use water for outdoor activities on their specified water day only (based on the last number of their address – odd or even.)
ODD AND EVEN WATERING DAYS: Using the last number of your address (odd or even) determines which days you are permitted outdoor water use:
ODD: numbered addresses may use water for these purposes Thursdays and Sundays
EVEN: numbered addresses may use water for these purposes Wednesday and Saturdays
Please continue to conserve water by restricting outdoor water uses such as watering lawns; washing vehicles, sidewalks, pads, exteriors of buildings; and filling the hot tub/Jacuzzis.
Click to review: Bylaw 14-1036 Water Use and Conservation
Community Events Calendar
Looking for something to do in the Diamond Valley area? Wondering when an event is taking place? Visit our Events Calendar to find out what’s going on! To view posters of upcoming, please visit our Upcoming Community Events page.
Are you a non-profit organization with an upcoming event you would like posted on our calendar? Events Calendar submissions can be submitted by email to email@example.com
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