Newspaper Subscriptions

Kneehill County, as a means of notifying it’s residents of important County matters, will provide ratepayers with newspaper subscriptions to the Three Hills Capital.

Newspaper Subscription Policy. 

New for 2020: Newspaper Delivery Changes

Due to changes in the Canada Post mailing rates, the Three Hills Capital newspaper is no longer delivered by mail to Kneehill County ratepayers who reside outside of Kneehill County.

Instead, The Capital is available for free online, at www.threehillscapital.com.

As our local newspaper, The Capital frequently contains news and information from Kneehill County, and is a tool we often use to communicate with our ratepayers. To help aid in the transition from paper to digital, Kneehill County is providing out-of-County ratepayers with the option to continue receiving a mailed copy of The Capital for the rest of 2020.  This service will be revisited during the 2021 budget deliberations.

To continue receiving a mailed copy of the Three Hills Capital for 2020, please call 403-443-5541 or email your name and mailing address to tax@kneehillcounty.com.

The delivery of our quarterly ratepayer newsletter has also been affected by this change, as it is included as an insert in the Three Hills Capital. For those outside the County, we offer our newsletter online via our website, or if you wish, you can sign up to receive an emailed copy directly to your inbox.

To receive a digital edition of Neighbourhood Notes, Kneehill County’s Ratepayer Newsletter, please call 403-443-5541 or email communications@kneehillcounty.com

Free paper copies of both the Three Hills Capital and Neighbourhood Notes will also be available for pick up at the Kneehill County Office, located at 1600 2nd Street NE, Three Hills, AB, starting Wednesday, July 8, 2020.

Communication with ratepayers continues to be an important priority of Kneehill County Council.  Please give these digital formats a chance. You can also follow Kneehill County on Facebook and Twitter for news and information and as always, please contact your Divisional Councillor if you have any concerns.