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To request Tax Certificates:

please email your requests to clerk@acme.ca or fax
the request to 403-546-3014. 
Cost is $20 payable by cheque,
e-transfer to accounting@acme.ca or credit card.

In case of a water related emergencies, please call our Public Works Foreman at 403-312-9666

PLEASE NOTE:

  1. The discoloration you may find in the water is normal. This turbidity is a result of the spring run off and rain we have had. The water is safe to drink and use - it is tested everyday to ensure it remains safe for consumption. 
     

  2. Tax Notice & Property Assessments were mailed on Thursday, May 23, 2024.
    If you have trouble understanding how to read your assessment, please CLICK HERE to find a sample copy that explains how to read it. 

     

  3. The Village allows and encourages the use of rain barrels. Save and reuse the rainwater!

Tri-Community Bylaw Enforcement Monthly Newsletter

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Transfer Site Reminders

  1. Construction material, including concrete, is not accepted in Acme - It must be taken to Torrington or Drumheller.

  2. Kids / Youth under the age of 16 are NOT allowed outside of the vehicle at the Transfer Site.

  3. Only oil containers can be recycled. No other plastic recycling is accepted at the Acme Transfer Site.

  4. SLOW DOWN! Please drive with caution and abide by the posted speed limits.

  5. All Styrofoam MUST be bagged prior to throwing in transfer bins.

  6. Please ensure ALL garbage thrown into the transfer bins is bagged and tied.

  7. Large items, mattresses, appliances, windows, etc. cannot be thrown in the transfer bins. These items must be taken to the appropriate transfer station or kept until Metal and Rubble bins arrive in May and September. 

Fire Ban vs. Fire Advisory

For the 2024 season, the Village of Acme will be notifying residents of any fire advisories or fire bans through the Village of Acme website.

WHAT IS A FIRE ADVISORY?
A fire advisory means no open fires or fires requiring a burning permit. An advisory only allows for, recreational fires in covered fire pits, approved fire pits in campgrounds and parks, propane, natural gas, charcoal, and pellet barbeques, grills, or smokers. All other fires are not permitted until the advisory is lifted.

WHAT IS A FIRE BAN?
A fire ban means all fires of any type using any form of fuel are prohibited in the Village.

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AMWWP Grant Approval

The Village of Acme has received two grants from the Provincial Government for major infrastructure projects, totaling roughly $4.5 million dollars! 

Project 1: Pumphouse / Reservoir

This projects is anticipated to cost upwards of $3.9 million. The Government grant received will cover up to 75% of this amount. The remaining $1 million for this project will be the responsibility of the Village. 

The pumphouse / reservoir project will upgrade the pumphouse (which pumps water from the Village's water reservoir into each property in the Village), including back up systems and double the Village's reservoir capacity. Long term, this will allow for community growth. 

Project 2: Lift Station / Force Main

This project is anticipated to cost roughly $2 million. The Government grant received will cover up to 75% of this amount. The remaining $500,000 for this project will be the responsibility of the Village.

The lift station / force main will be installed at the far North end of the Heritage area. This will help create a redundancy protection in our wastewater disposal system.  This will also provided some necessary wastewater infrastructure to allow for future community growth.

Thank you to the Government of Alberta for their support for these 2 major capital projects! 

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Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills MLA, Nathan Cooper made the official announcement and presentation to the Village of Acme Council on Friday, April 22, 2023.

Left to Right: Councillor, Doreen Ternowetsky; Mayor, Bruce McLeod; Honorable Nathan Cooper, Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills MLA; Councillor, Rhonda Laking.

Missing: Deputy Mayor, Jason Bates; Councillor, Dennis Kuiken

PALLISER WEBMAP - PUBLIC ACCESS

www.palliserwebmap.ca

The Palliser Web Map allows you to view:​ Property Zoning & Property Lines

Once on the site:

  1. Select public access

  2. Select Acme from the “Jump To” menu

  3. Use the legend to select the information you would like to see.

  4. Use the identify button to hover over property to see land use/zoning.

  5. The black lines are your property lines.

For assistance or for any questions, please call the Office at 403-546-3783.

Community Futures Wild Rose

Young Entrepreneurs Training Program - YETI

https://wildrose.albertacf.com/services/business-training-programs/yeti

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