Road Closures

  1. Reopened: Rge Rd 25-4

    June 18, 2021: Rge Rd 25-4, between Twp Rd 29-0 and Twp Rd 29-2, is now open. View map...

Spot a problem on a Kneehill County Road?

Call the office, 403-443-5541 to report, or use our Report-A-Concern form online. 

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Road Bans

Kneehill County ROAD BANS effective Friday, May 14, 2021, at 7:00 am Local Time

PAVEMENT & CHIP SEAL:

  • 75% - Airport Road (RR 23-4, from Hwy 583 South to Airport)
  • 100% - Allingham Road (TWP 32-0, from intersection of Hwy 583 West to County border)
  • 100% - Buffalo Jump Road (TWP 34-4, from Hwy 21 East to RR 22-0)
  • 75% - Hastie/Gorr Road (RR 25-1, from Hwy 587 South to Hwy 583)
  • 100% - Linden Home Road (RR 25-4, from TWP 30-4 North to TWP 31-0)
  • 100% - PBI Road (RR 24-0, from Town of Three Hills North to TWP 32-2)
  • 100% - Linden East (TWP 30-4, from Hwy 806 West to County Border)
  • 100% - Linden West (TWP 30-4, from Village of Linden border East to Hwy 21)

Permitting Overweight Movement

Permitting any overweight movement on County roads handled by Roadata Services. www.roadata.com or 1-888-830-7623. Permitting for Provincial highways overweight/over-dimension loads through Alberta Infrastructure and Transportation.

Provincial Highway Bans

Effective March 8, 2021, at 1:00 pm: Alberta Transportation has issued a new Road Ban list for provincial roadways within municipal borders. View AB Transportation's Road Ban list

Contact  Alberta Transportation, or the Regional Transportation office in Hanna, AB, 403-845-5550 for more information. Please drive safely and obey traffic rules.

Provincial/Alberta Transportation Projects

Please note, the following are not Kneehill County roads. We are sharing the information on behalf of Alberta Transportation. Please visit  www.transportation.alberta.ca or  https://511.alberta.ca/ for more information.

Hwy 9 Construction (ALBERTA TRANSPORTATION)

Please be advised of construction work taking place on Hwy 9, from 4 km west of Hwy 21 to 4 km east of Hwy 836, starting April 26, 2021, until May 31, 2021. Construction includes subgrade repairs, crack repair, ACP overlay, rumble strip installation, line painting, and sign installation. During crack repair and ACP overlay operations, traffic can expect minor delays with single lane directional traffic flow controlled by flaggers in the work zone. 

 https://511.alberta.ca/ 

Hwy 9 and Hwy 21 Site Location Plan 2021 Map 

For more information, visit www.transportation.alberta.ca