Office Hours: Monday to Friday - 8:00 am to 4:30 pm     Phone: 403.546.3783

Public Works Foreman: 403.312.9666     Assistant Foreman: 403.312.9791

Acme History Books can be purchased from the Village Office at any time for $20

In case of a water related
emergency, please call our
Public Works Foreman
at 403.312.9666

To request Tax Certificates:

please email your requests to clerk@acme.ca
or fax the
request to 403.546.3014

Effective Immediately

We are not accepting recyclables at our transfer station until further notice. 

Please hold onto your recyclables.

In response to the Covid-19 Virus - The Drumheller Recyclable team is not picking up anything at this time.

Thank you for your patience.

The Village Office is CLOSED to the public.

When possible, please pay your water and tax bills online or at the bank.

To pay online:

  1. Log in to your online banking.

  2. Pay bill online.

  3. Set up new payee. It will be under "Village of Acme" or "Acme Village of".

  4. Select Utilities (even if you are paying your taxes).

  5. A. Use your Utility Account Number*.
    B.
     Use your Tax Roll Number*.
    *PLEASE NOTE: The account number must be 5 digits - if your account number is only 3 or 4 digits, add a "00" or "0" before your account number to equal 5 digits.

  6. Make your payment online and it will be deposited directly into the Village of Acme's account. Please allow 2-3 business days for the money to be deposited into the Village account.

PLEASE NOTE: The Acme Skating Rink is closed for the season.

Three Hills Town Hall Meeting

March 19th, 2020 @ 7:00pm at the Three Hills Arena Encana Room

What will Alberta Government Changes to Healthcare mean for you and the Three Hills Hospital - Information Session

CANCELLED

Sand for Sidewalks 

Acme residents, please note there is free sand for you to use on the ice on your sidewalks in a yellow bin at the Fire Department. Please bring a pail and help yourself to as much as you need to make your sidewalks safe for walking on.

Please, NO SALT on Sidewalks

Salt should not be used on sidewalks because it damages the sidewalk  and they are expensive to replace.

 Please use approved ice melt to melt ice on your sidewalks and sand to add grip to help prevent falls. 

Sidewalk after Salt Use

New Sidewalk

Are you tired of the noise of the Engine Retarder Brakes
along the perimeter of Acme?

If you would like to help put a stop to the noise, please come in to the Village Office and sign a letter that we can send to Alberta Infrastructure and Transportation as evidence that it is something our residents want to stop. You can also print off a copy of this letter and bring the original signed copy in to the Village Office.

            The Village Office will be closed for
        the following Statutory Holidays in 2020:

  • Wednesday, January 1 - New Years Day

  • Monday, February 17 - Family Day

  • Friday, April 10 - Good Friday

  • Monday, April 13 - Easter Monday

  • Monday, May 18 - Victoria Day

  • Wednesday, July 1 - Canada Day

  • Monday, August 3 - Heritage Day

  • Monday, September 7 - Labour Day

  • Monday, October 12 - Thanksgiving Day

  • Wednesday, November 11 - Remembrance Day

  • Friday, December 25 - Christmas Day

  • Monday, December 28 in lieu of Boxing Day

Cisco Plumbing from Linden will be contacting residents to set up a time to replace the Water Meter in their house. Please be advised they have been contracted by the Village of Acme
and are calling on behalf of the Village. 

If you have any questions,
please contact the office. 

"Volunteer of the Year 2019"

The Village Office is accepting nominations until April 28th, 2020. Please acknowledge the wonderful people in our community who reach out to make the lives of others a bit easier!

AIR QUALITY CONCERNS

If you would like to contact Don Francis @ G.S.L

403-478-0797 to express your concerns!!!  

Basic Emergency Management Training

"This interactive online course provides an overview of emergency management in Alberta including the systems and processes for mitigating, preparing for, responding to, and recovering from emergencies and disasters."

 

This is an informative course anyone can take to ensure they know what to
do in the case of a Village Emergency. Follow the link to take the course
and receive a Basic Emergency
Management Certification:  
http://www.aema.alberta.ca/bem

Palliser Web Map - Public Access

www.palliserwebmap.ca

The Palliser Web Map allows you to view:

  • Property Zoning

  • Property Lines

Once on the site:

  • Select public access

  • Select Acme from the “Jump To” menu

  • Use the legend to select the various information you would like to see.

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

  • The black lines are your property lines.

For more complete instructions, or for any questions, please call the Village Office at  403-546-3783.