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Enforcement Services Continue to Search for Dog Responsible for Attack on June 5
Grande Prairie Enforcement Services are still actively searching for the unaccounted dog responsible for a serious attack on June 5.
Posted Date: 6/21/2018
June STEP and BEEP Initiatives
City of Grande Prairie Enforcement Services have announced commercial vehicle safety as the Selected Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) focus for the month of June. They have also announced recreational vehicle parking as the Bylaw Enforcement Education Program (BEEP) focus for the month of June.
Posted Date: 6/7/2018
Enforcement Services Seeking Public Assistance in Locating Dog After Serious Attack
Grande Prairie, AB, 2:50 p.m. City of Grande Prairie Enforcement Services are seeking public assistance in locating a dog. The dog is described as a tan and white pit bull type dog that may be at-large.
Posted Date: 6/6/2018
May STEP and BEEP Initiatives
During the month of May, Enforcement Services will focus on Motorcycle safety. Drivers are encouraged to be aware of motorcycles on the road and give them adequate space.
Posted Date: 5/14/2018
Muskoseepi Park Re-opens
Muskoseepi Park, including the Ernie Radbourne Pavilion and Grande Prairie Museum, have been re-opened to regular operations.
Posted Date: 5/2/2018
Detours on 116 Street Related to a Motor Vehicle Collision
A serious motor vehicle collision has occurred on 116 Street just south of 132 Avenue. The collision has resulted in the closure of 116 Street between 104 Avenue and 132 Avenue. The road will remain closed for several hours. Detours are in place.
Posted Date: 4/30/2018
April Selected Traffic Enforcement Program and Bylaw Enforcement Education Program Initiatives
In April, the Selected Traffic Enforcement Program will concentrate on speeding vehicles. Speed limits, road conditions, weather, traffic and the type of vehicle you drive all influence how fast you should travel.
Posted Date: 4/3/2018