September 24, 2021
Things to Watch For
2021 Aquatics Referendum - It’s Your Vote!
Do you support the Town borrowing up to $15 million to expand the existing pool facility? Let us know on October 18! When voting in the Municipal Election, residents will have an opportunity to voice their opinion on the 2021 Aquatics Referendum by choosing yes or no.

Want to get your vote in early? Visit us at the advanced polls, October 7, 8, 9, 14, 15 and 16.

Have questions? Keep an eye out for the Aquatics Referendum FAQ at and in your mailbox!
Fire Hall Expansion Improves Fire Services for High River
What’s both hot and cool? Our new Fire Hall, of course! As the most significant expansion and renovation the Fire Hall has seen it its life span, the newly improved building will enhance efficiency and improve the health and safety of our fire staff.

Some new features include new ventilation
equipment, additional office and living spaces and an area designed to clean and decontaminate gear.

Maintaining the valuable infrastructure of the Fire Hall, this renovation ensures that the Fire Department has the facility it needs to provide the highest level of fire service to our community for years to come.

Keep an eye on the Town’s social media for a virtual tour of the new Fire Hall!

Council Meetings
Monday, September 27, 2021
Tune in for a Committee of the Whole Meeting and Regular Meeting of Council that will stream live on
Monday, September 27 on

Committee of the Whole Meeting: 12:30 pm

Regular Meeting of Council: 3:00 pm

Go to 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.
COVID-19 Town Updates
For ongoing Town updates related to the latest COVID-19 Public Health Orders please follow our social media and check
Jumpstart Supports High River Youth Programs
The Parks and Recreation team is excited to share that High River has been selected by Canadian Tire Jumpstart to receive a
grant from their Sport Relief Fund. The fund helps community sport organizations like ours continue to provide access to sport and play for Canadian kids. This grant will help significantly to reduce barriers and involve youth in recreational activities.

This fall, funding from Jumpstart will go
towards to Youth Active and Youth Be Active programs, as well as Homeschool Sport FUNdamentals.

Keep an eye out for more Jumpstart programs from the BSRC!
Focus on Your Wellbeing with FCSS Social Prescriptions!
Our wellbeing is more than just physical health - it’s our mental wellbeing too! Introducing Social Prescriptions, a pilot project involving FCSS and the Calgary Rural Primary Care Network.
You can meet with Social Prescribers at FCSS to collaborate on meaningful ways to strengthen your wellbeing by being referred by your partnering health service provider.

This is our community working together to make sure #EveryoneBelongsHR. We know we are #BetterTogetherHR.

If you have questions, please call FCSS at 403-652-8620.
Keeping Youth Active at the Bob Snodgrass Recreation Centre!
Staying active is an important part of wellbeing for youth, mentally and physically. To help youth stay active this Fall, the BSRC is offering Youth Active drop-in programs!

Youth Active - $2
Monday - Thursday: 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Use your Grade 5 Get Active, Grade 6 Stay Active and Youth Be Active memberships for these times!

Youth Be Active - $2
Friday Nights - 13-17 yrs
Drop-in to the following locations:
• Studio B: 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
o Board games, lawn games card games
• Cargill Field House: 8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
o Drop-in sports
• Pool: 8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
o Music and swim

Check-in including a bag check is required each week at the Customer Service Desk.

For updates on schedule, visit
An official Town of High River publication. For more information:
Contact the Town of High River Office at 403.652.2110 or email