FortisAlberta, an electricity distribution company dedicated to delivering safe and reliable electricity to the homes, farms and businesses of more than half a million customers, will convert streetlights to LED technology in the City of Spruce Grove.
The City of Spruce Grove has launched a new website that will give residents a new and modern digital experience.
The new site was designed after extensive research and consultation with City departments, as well as both staff and public surveys.
Brooke Mulligan, a Grade 2 student at the Prescott Learning Centre in Spruce Grove, traded in her school books and knapsack for fire trucks and training exercises with Spruce Grove Fire Services when she became Fire Chief for the Day on Oct. 25.
Spruce Grove residents will be able to wrap up the year by celebrating Canada’s national pastime as the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour presented by Scotiabank and Dodge arrives in the city on Dec. 30-31, 2017.
The City's new spray park will include more than 50 interactive play features, including dumping buckets, water sprayers and a unique flowing stream component where children can play with floating toys.
Transit riders in the region will see two service enhancements as Spruce Grove's newest commuter transit route - Route 562 - and Parkland County's Acheson shuttle service launch starting Monday, February 13.
All City flags will be lowered to half-mast from sunrise on Dec. 22 until sunrise on Dec. 23 to show our support for the community following this week’s tragic event. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, their friends and teammates, and all our residents during this extremely difficult time.
Effective Jan. 1, 2017, students with a U-Pass will be able to use it on Route 560 thanks to a new agreement between the City of Spruce Grove, Edmonton Transit Service (ETS), and other participating municipalities and post-secondary institutions.