Join us LIVE at the CCC for Derina Harvey Band on January 16. Cocktails: 6:00pm - Dinner: 6:30pm - Show: 8:00pm. Led by the fearless Derina Harvey, this five-piece Celtic-rock group offers a fresh take on traditional tunes combined with their own original jigs and reels. Watch a Sneak Peek! To purchase tickets, drop by the MCCC, call 780-939-7888, or go online to www.tixonthesquare.ca.
NOTICE: Planning and Development Fee Policy PD408/2015 has been adopted by Council establishing fees for the provision of planning, subdivision, development, and Safety Codes services. The revised Fee Policy can be found here and comes into effect on January 4, 2016 pursuant to article 4.2 of this Policy.
The Lite Up the Nite Christmas Festival takes place November 27-29. There are various activities for the whole family to enjoy from parade, to the dance, to the farmer's market. Check out the full list of events and activities here. For more information call Community Services at 780-939-7839.
Council Compensation Review Committee Survey - As part of their review and analysis process, the committee is holding a number of information gathering opportunities to collect public input regarding Council compensation. Take the survey here.
Recreation Vehicle Winter Storage Reminder - From November 1st to March 31st, a recreational vehicle/trailer (including campers) may not be located on the front or side portion of a residential property. If there is adequate space, you are permitted to store it in the rear portion of a property. Please make necessary arrangements on or before October 31, 2015.
Join us LIVE at the CCC for A Quartette Christmas on November 29 at 7:30pm. This performance is a delightful mix of Christmas songs old and new, performed by four of Canada’s finest singer/ songwriters--Cindy Church, Caitlin Hanford, Gwen Swick, and Sylvia Tyson. To purchase tickets, drop by the MCCC box office, call 780-939-7888, or go online to www.tixonthesquare.ca.
On behalf of Council, Mayor Lisa Holmes has written a letter to the community, and provided an update on the Recreation Facility Project. There are exciting new steps and opportunities to get engaged, and Mayor and Council hope you will continue to be involved. The letter will be in all of the local papers this week, or you can read it here.
The Arena/Multi-Use Recreation Facilty Interactive Forum has been launched and community members, organizations, businesses and residents are invited to join the conversation and discuss different aspects of the project. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
Planning & Development News & Updates – To learn about developments going on in Morinville, such as approved development permits, subdivision applications, public hearings, and subdivision and development appeals, click here.