News Releases

  1. Kneehill County Council passes 2022 Tax Rate Bylaw

    Under the Bylaw, modest changes to residential, farmland, and non-residential tax rates will ensure current service level standards are maintained in response to increased provincial budget pressures. Read on...
  2. Extensive Training helps the Region #BePrepared in case of Emergency.

    The Kneehill Regional Emergency Management Agency (KREMA) hosted a five-day training exercise to prepare and respond to emergencies. Read on...
  3. Kneehill County grants one-time COVID relief funding for Rural Community Halls

    At the December 14th, 2021, Council Meeting, Kneehill County Council approved a one-time COVID relief grant to rural community halls in Kneehill County. Read on...
  4. Kneehill County wins GFOA Distinguished Budget Award

    The Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) has announced that Kneehill County has received GFOA's Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its 2021 budget. Read on...
  5. Kneehill County declares Agricultural Disaster

    The declaration was made in response to severe drought conditions across the County, impacting livestock and grain producers. Read on...
  6. Clarification on Rescinding of Councillor Appointments

    Further clarity and more information regarding Council motions made in relation to Councillor Hugo. Read on...
  7. Council Rescinds Councillor Appointments

    At the June 8 Council Meeting, Council passed motions rescinding Councillor Hugo's appointments due to contraventions of the Kneehill County Code of Conduct and Ethics Bylaw. Read on...
  8. Firefighter Training

    On Saturday, May 15th, 2021, firefighters in the Kneehill region took part in fire training hosted at the Fire Training Structure in Trochu. Read on...
  9. Pay Parking at Horseshoe Canyon

    Kneehill County will be implementing a pay parking pilot project at Horseshoe Canyon this summer, running from mid-May to the long weekend of September. Read on...
  10. Council approves the 2021 Tax Rate Bylaw.

    Under the Bylaw, changes to residential, farmland, and non-residential tax rates remain modest and competitive with other rural municipalities, despite continued financial challenges in 2021. Read on...
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