Bridge re-opened on TR 432 (Medicine Lake Road) between RR 42 and RR 43, effective November 20, 2020.
Upon recommendation of the Provincial Chief Medical Officer, the Ponoka County office will be closed to the public effective Tuesday, November 17, 2020. Cheques and other correspondence can be dropped in the office door mail-slot or mailed via Canada Post.
We encourage everyone to continue diligence in adhering to guidelines for physical distancing and good hygiene practices in support of each other, our suppliers, our contractors, and the public. Plans may change as circumstances do.
Due to space constraints the County Council Meetings will be closed to the public (in person); directions on how to participate remotely follow.
County Council meetings - We have established a YouTube channel (Ponoka County) which we will use to livestream the agenda for Council meetings.
Live public participation in the meetings will be as follows:
Anyone wishing to be part of the “Unscheduled Delegations” or comment on a Public Hearing “in person” should call into the main office and request the conference call information.
Please note – you can still submit comments or concerns via mail, email or fax prior the meetings.
Contact us prior to the meetings if you have any questions or require clarification.
Click the following link for a copy of the ministerial regulation:
Charlie B. Cutforth
Chief Administrative Officer
The next meeting of Council is scheduled for November 24, 2020.
Check under the "Development" tab for rezoning applications that may be be heard at this meeting. Click under the "Public Works" tab for road allowance lease applications that may be heard at this meeting.
County Council meetings are open for the public to attend, at this time with COVID -19 restrictions they are done via conference. Contact the office for details 403.783.3333
Covering 721,396 acres in central Alberta, Ponoka County embodies the essence of rural Alberta with strong agricultural roots, a commitment to fiscal responsibility and an independent spirit. Today, the County serves 9,806 residents, providing strong leadership and guiding the municipality through some difficult challenges.