Posted: May 29 2020
All gravel road bans within the City of Grande Prairie have been lifted. The City thanks residents and commuters who abided by the gravel road bans and aided in protecting the integrity of our gravel road network.
Posted: May 27 2020
The City of Grande Prairie continues capital road construction projects as part of the 2020 construction season in the neighbourhoods of VLA/Montrose, Country Club West, and South Patterson Place.
Posted: May 22 2020
The Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) teams at the City of Grande Prairie, County of Grande Prairie, towns of Beaverlodge and Wembley, along with the Village of Hythe and Seniors Outreach, are inviting local seniors to register to participate in a virtual seniors’ t
Posted: May 20 2020
City of Grande Prairie Enforcement Services has introduced the use of a 4-person bike unit for summer patrols.
Posted: May 19 2020
Here are the highlights for the City Council Meeting held May 19, 2020:
Posted: May 19 2020
City Council approved a plan to utilize available grant funding and available capital tax to advance capital investments to the 2020 construction year. The approved plan maximizes available grant funding and will support the creation of jobs in the community this year.
Posted: May 14 2020
Update as of May 22, 1:30 p.m.:  The Full Depth Reclamations are now anticipated to start with West Pointe Drive on Thursday, May 28, and completed by end of June 2020. The work on 116 Avenue is now anticipated to start on June 8 instead.
Posted: May 06 2020
Food truck vendors looking to operate at City of Grande Prairie facilities over the summer may submit their applications beginning May 6 through a new centralized food truck parking application process.
Posted: May 05 2020
99 Avenue at the intersection of 97 Street is closed to eastbound traffic starting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 6. The closure is to accommodate repairs to the nearby rail crossing and is expected to last approximately six hours.
Posted: May 05 2020
The City of Grande Prairie is advising Pinnacle Ridge residents of the renewal of the special “recreational services tax” bylaw authorizing a $25.00 levy for certain properties in Pinnacle Ridge for the repair, maintenance and operation of the water features located in Pinnacle... more

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