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Flagstaff Waste – Recycling Program Changes

New/Revised Recycling Program Rolling Into Sedgewick! Flagstaff Waste is hoping to deliver all the new bins required for the new Recycling Program by October 15th. A Marketing Campaign to highlight the program changes has been appearing in the Community Press the last few weeks. You can read them here: Community Press Published Recycling Information The […]

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Public Hearing: Amending LUB Bylaw 544/18

Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Town of Sedgewick will hold a Public Hearing before the second reading of Bylaw 544, Amendment #6 to Land Use Bylaw 461 on Thursday, September 20 at 6:00 PM.

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There’s Nothing Rougher Than the Rough Stock Rodeo

The Sedgewick Agricultural Society pulled off another Rough Stock Rodeo over the weekend. The event started off with a pancake breakfast and included a trade show and kids tractor pull before the big boys took to the arena at 3pm. The rodeo is one of the biggest annual summer events in the area and the organizers […]

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The Clans Gathered, and had a Blast!

The first annual Gathering of the Clans Festival brought to you by the local Flagstaff Scottish Club turned out to be a great addition to Sedgewick’s summer scene.  Hundreds of attendees were able to browse the many vendors, watch the Highland Games and listen to some great music and other entertainment throughout the day.  It […]

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9th Annual Movie in the Park Big Success!

The 9th Annual Movie in the Park hosted this year in Sedgewick turned out to be a big success once again.  Hundreds of families turned out for a showing of Disney’s The Lion King on a perfect calm night last Tuesday.  Festivities started at 5:30pm and went through most of the evening with great food, […]

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Town Passes New Outdoor Watering Bylaw

After spending most of the summer studying the issue, Sedgewick Town Council gave first, second and third reading to Bylaw 542, The Outdoor Watering Bylaw on August 23rd.  The new bylaw replaces Bylaw 473 which was known as the Watering Restriction Bylaw. The original Bylaw 473 was created to tackle the issue of low reservoir […]

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Brett Kissel to Steamroll into Sedgewick

The Town of Sedgewick has announced that the Canadian Country Music Association’s reigning “Male Artist of the Year”, Brett Kissel, will be playing the Wild Rose Co-op Recreation Centre in Sedgewick, Alberta on Saturday, November 10th as part of his “We Were That Song” Tour.

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