For the Monthly Financial Statement of January 2014 please download the file below.
Ponoka County has amended By-Law 30-11-WR establishing weight restrictions for vehicles on highways (roadways) within the County. This includes the transportation of equipment, grain, manure, etc. To familiarize yourself with the contents of the by-law, please download link below to view.
Due to safety concerns, Ponoka County no longer allows the erection of metal posts in its ditches. If you require temporary signage at or near your work site, please use wooden posts or a tri-pod stand, and ensure their removal upon completion of the project.
These recent photos show two metal sign posts that were not removed by the responsible company, and subsequently struck during winter plowing efforts. These have now become a threat to the traveling public and have necessitated the above action.
Please note - rural addressing signs are to be located on private property, not in the County's ditches.
For the Official Notice, download the file below.
Please note that delivery of Rural address signs is on-going. Installation of the signs will be the responsibility of landowners. Signs will be distributed with instructions for placement.
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.