September 10, 2021
Things to Watch For
Town of High River and Rotary Club Launch Community Pathways Network Project

The Town, in partnership with the Rotary Club of High River, is excited to announce the Community Pathways Network Extension Project. In conjunction with the Town of High River’s Parks, Trails and Open Space Master Plan, the project will formalize and connect pathways already in use by residents to bridge gaps in the Happy Trails pathway network.

To learn more or view the project plan, visit highriver.ca/news.
2021 Election - We Want to Hear Your Voice!
My Town, My Vote! The 2021 Municipal Election is October 18 and we want to hear your voice! Cast your ballot for one Mayor and six Councillors to govern for the next 4-year period in High River.

Don't forget to let us know if you support the Town borrowing up to $15M to expand the existing pool facility by voting in the Aquatic Facility Referendum.

Want to cast your vote early? Visit us at the advanced polls October 7, 9 , 14 and 16. For more information, visit us at highriver.ca/election or highriver.ca/referendum.


Council Meetings
Monday, September 13, 2021
Tune in for a Committee of the Whole Meeting and Regular Meeting of Council that will stream live on
Monday, September 13 on highriver.ca/council-meetings.

Committee of the Whole Meeting: 12:30 pm

Regular Meeting of Council: 3:00 pm

Go to highriver.ca/council-meetings for the agendas and to view them as they are streamed live. Meetings are also saved on the Town's You Tube channel for watching live, or later.
Development Permit
The following development permit applications have been considered by the Development Authority and given conditional approval subject to appeal. A mandatory twenty-one (21) day appeal period is required for anyone claiming to be affected by these notices.

Development permit applications have been issued for the following addresses:

Appeal period ends September 21, 2021

Civic Addresses: 908 7 Street SW
Legal Addresses: Plan: 2656T; Block: D; Lot: 23&24
Proposed Development: Single detached dwelling and additional dwelling unit with
variances
Development Permit No: 1031.21
Keep Up with Parks and Recreation!
Are you looking to get active this Fall? The Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex has the program for you!

Whether you’re into sweating or swimming, the Fall Community Guide has something to keep you moving when the temperatures cool down this season.

Registration is now open for Fall programs
starting September 13 with limited spots, so don’t miss out!

For more information and to see the Fall
Community guide, visit highriver.ca/community-guide.

To register for programs, visit
Let There Be Light at the High River Skatepark!
The final Skatemania for the summer season,
held on August 26th, was extra special as the
Town of High River was able to celebrate the new streetlights at the High River skatepark! These streetlights have been instrumental in the
advancement of skateboarding, scootering and
bmx-ing among youth in our community as
residents are now able to access the skatepark
long after the sun goes down.

The Town of High River was the successful
recipient of the Save The Energy grant and was
gifted both materials and labour in seeing the streetlight project realized back in 2019. The Town of High River would like to thank Fortis Alberta for their contribution to this project and for being a strong community supporter.

A small presentation was followed by a ribbon cutting to mark the occasion.

Photo credit to High River Online.
An official Town of High River publication. For more information:
Contact the Town of High River Office at 403.652.2110 or email communications@highriver.ca