News & Notices

Late Arrival of July/August Utility Bills

Please note, due to unforeseen circumstances, the July/August Utility Bills will be two (2) weeks late in their arrival.  We do apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and therefore we have adjusted the payment date by the two week period as well.  The due date is always 30 days after the billing date, so please take note on your utility bill of that change.  We will update this notice once the exact dates are available.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.  


Notice of ConocoPhillips’ Canada Drilling Project

Drilling – Millennium Park, Sept 10, 2014


Legacy Oil & Gas Inc. Notification of Re-Abandonment of Regent #1 Well

REGENT 1 Public Letter (Final)


Courtesy Notification of Pipeline Maintenance Work

Plains Midstream has issued an information update to the Town to notify residents of pipeline maintenance ongoing between August 20 – 29, 2014.  Please see the attached Courtesy Notice – Plains Midstream Maintenance for more information.


Potential Slide Risk

Please see the notice, Press Release Potential Slide Risk for more information


Mayor’s Message

 Former Councillor Barry Williamson Appointed C.A.O.

It is with mixed emotions that I have accepted the resignation of long-serving Town of Turner Valley Councillor Barry Williamson, effective May 15 at 5:00 p.m. Barry has served as a councillor for almost 10 years.  He contributed extensively to the advancement of regional collaboration and project initiatives.  His  experience, commitment and wisdom were invaluable and will be greatly missed in his role as Councillor.

While we are saying goodbye to Barry in his role as Councillor, we are extremely pleased to welcome him as the new Chief Administrative Officer for the Town.  He will start his new responsibilities on Tuesday, May 20.  Barry comes to the position with extensive experience in municipal governance, oil and gas industry, regional leadership positions including chair of the Calgary Regional Partnership and Quad Regional Water Partnership, along with representation on various municipal committees and boards.  In addition, he has related educational background.

I know you join me in welcoming him to the Town of Turner Valley in the capacity of Chief Administrative Officer.


Mayor Kelly Tuck

Town of Turner Valley



Update on the Turner Valley Water Treatment Plant

Turner Valley Water Treatment Plant Information Updates


Public Notice

Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act – Notice of Application

In accordance with the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, the Town of Turner Valley has applied to Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development for amendments to the Town’s Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act approval for its waterworks system. For more information please read this Public Notice.


Public Notice - 

Application for Re-Advertisement: Amendment to Existing Waterworks System



 Turner Valley Economic Development Plan

- New Directions -

The Town of Turner Valley has completed the final draft of its economic development plan, focusing on creating a vision for Turner Valley to follow as it strives to improve investment and community development options.  The plan will help guide the community in its future planning.

We are very fortunate that the Province of Alberta has allowed us to pursue the exciting opportunity of developing this Town of Turner Valley Economic Development Plan – New Directions by providing funding through the Rural Community Adaptation Program.

In addition to establishing a new pathway for the Town of Turner Valley, the plan also addresses two major areas of interest in detail; the need to optimize use of municipal downtown land to offer expansion areas for commercial growth opportunities and the need to develop sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities.

To accommodate this, consideration was given to the redevelopment of the east side of Main Street which is the current location of one ball diamond and a campground with unserviced lots.  This coincided with strong community desire to relocate both the campground and the ball diamond.  Relocation plans allow for the creation of a recreation node combining both campground and ball diamond activities adjacent to an area zoned to provide service support to recreation vehicles.

Turner Valley Council invites comments about the plan from the public, municipal neighbours and project stakeholders.  Comments can be forwarded to

Turner Valley Economic Development Plan-New Directions, Rynic Communications

Turner Valley Town Square Concept Plan, NORR Architects Planners

Turner Valley Campground & Sport Facility – Business Case, CDC Consultants