Posted: Jul 06 2021
This week, construction begins on a new dog park in the South Bear Creek Park. The new park is being developed west of the current dog park, and north of the bike skills park. It is anticipated to be open by the end of July.
Posted: Jun 30 2021
The City of Grande Prairie is reminding the public of the following community facilities that are staying open over Canada Day for residents to enjoy a cool place to escape the heat as forecasted temperatures remain high:
Posted: Jun 30 2021
Due to inclement weather forecasted, the City of Grande Prairie Canada Day Plaza Rock performances scheduled for Thursday, July 1 at the H.A. Rice Plaza are being relocated to the Bowes Events Centre in Revolution Place.
Posted: Jun 28 2021
For the meeting held June 28, 2021: Moment of Remembrance Council observed a moment of silence in remembrance of the 751 children found at the site of the former Marieval Indian Residential School.
Posted: Jun 28 2021
The City of Grande Prairie is advising the public that community facilities are available for drop-in for individuals requiring air conditioning to cool off during the heat wave: The following facilities are open for all members of the public:
Posted: Jun 28 2021
The intersection of 100 Avenue and 100 Street is closed to vehicle traffic beginning July 1, to accommodate continued construction on the Downtown Rehabilitation and Streetscapes Project.
Posted: Jun 25 2021
Monday, June 28, JMS Construction will begin maintenance work on 13 pedestrian bridges within the Muskoseepi Park, along the trail system.
Posted: Jun 23 2021
UPDATE as of 4:30 p.m., Thursday, June 24: The Exploring Nature with A Wilder Calm event scheduled for Saturday, June 26 has been rescheduled to Saturday, July 10 due to inclement weather in the forecast
Posted: Jun 22 2021
In alignment with the provincial government’s Open for Summer plan that is lifting all COVID-19 restrictions July 1, the City of Grande Prairie is opening up capacity for the live performances taking place on Canada Day.
Posted: Jun 22 2021
City of Grande Prairie Administration presented a Homelessness Strategy for Grande Prairie 2021-2023 funded in part by the provincial and federal governments at the Protective and Social Services Committee on June 22, 2021 providing an innovative, action-oriented, and forward-

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