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Hockey Arena Roof Update

Members of Town Council, the Recreation Board and the Sedgewick Agricultural Society along with arena and Town staff met with a manager of Structural Engineering from Associated Engineering earlier today in regards to the concerns over the arena’s roof. Earlier this week, the engineer provided a recommendation to the Town to close the arena to […]

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Sedgewick Council Forced to Close Arena

The Council of the Town of Sedgewick has approved the temporary closure of the arena at the Wild Rose Co-op Recreation Centre due to excessive corrosion of the roof’s purlins.  Purlins refer to roof framing members that span parallel to the building eaves and support the roof.  The Town recently engaged the services of an […]

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Public Notice

In accordance with the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, the Town of Sedgewick has applied to Alberta Environment and Parks for a renewal of an existing approval to operate Sedgewick Waterworks System. Please view the following link for further information including how a directly affected person may provide input into the decision. https://sedgewick.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Notice-of-Application-Nov-19.pdf

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#REDNEK Tour to make stop in Sedgewick

The Town of Sedgewick is one of nineteen stops booked on the first leg of the recently announced #REDNEK MUSIC FEST tour in which award-winning and Alberta-born singer/songwriter Gord Bamford will be joined on stage by a number of the hottest emerging acts in the country. The tour lands at the Wild Rose Co-op Recreation […]

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CCI Wireless Donates to Spray Park

The Sedgewick Lake Park Association received a cheque for $750.00 this week as a donation towards the Battle River Splash Zone spray park from CCI Wireless – Corridor Communications Inc. The cheque was delivered by Martin Kraus, Sales and Community Relations Manager after a success 2019 internet sign-up campaign. For every sign-up in Sedgewick since […]

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Community Health Action Plan

Flagstaff County, as nominated by FFCS was chosen as one of 15 communities in Alberta to take part in a Canadian Mental Health Association pilot project.

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