Posted on Friday, April 01, 2022 01:09 PM
Cold Lake, AB – The City of Cold Lake will be receiving funds from the Alberta Relief for Shortfalls for Transit Operators program to assist in running the Cold Lake Transit system.
Through the provincially run program, $123,632.95 will be granted to Cold Lake Transit’s operating costs. The funding is intended to ensure municipalities have additional resources to address any operational challenges due to the impacts of COVID-19, and is being given out for 2022 operations.
“This funding will definitely...
Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2022 03:52 PM
Cold Lake, AB – With COVID-19 restrictions largely lifted, Canada’s new fighter jet selected, and a blustery winter coming to an end, Cold Lake is seeing positive signs of economic activity.
“We are very enthusiastic about what the rest of 2022 has in store for our community,” Mayor Craig Copeland said. “We get the sense there is a significant amount of pent up demand being unleashed, and new opportunities emerging on the horizon. From sports teams to community events, through to commercial and residential...
Posted on Friday, March 04, 2022 01:54 PM
Cold Lake, AB – Residents are encouraged to share their ideas and feedback for the proposed future aquatics centre at the Cold Lake Energy Centre, as the City launches a community engagement campaign throughout the month of March.
“Prior to the 2021 municipal election, City Council announced it was moving forward with a new aquatics centre and allocated funding to begin the conceptual design development,” said Mayor Craig Copeland. “But before we move forward and sign off on any plans, we want the...
Posted on Thursday, March 03, 2022 10:44 AM
Cold Lake, AB – The City of Cold Lake is updating its payment systems to allow for easier online payments of licenses and fees.
“We’re looking to improve the whole process, and make it more customer oriented,” said Mayor Craig Copeland. “With the improvements to our payment options, people will be able to apply for things like business licenses or development permits, and pay for them directly online, all in a couple of quick steps without the customer having to pay extra credit card fees.”
Posted on Wednesday, March 02, 2022 11:08 AM
Cold Lake, AB – The curbside organics collection program is changing and expanding as the City introduces new, automated collection carts this spring. Similar to the current, grey waste cart program, the organics carts will have green lids and be emptied into collection vehicles using the Automated Waste Cart Collection System. Hydraulic arms lift the carts and empty them into the truck without the operator having to exit the vehicle.
“We had originally planned to continue the existing curbside organics...