Posted 01 October 2014

The Town of Innisfail hosted an information meeting on the future of the waste transfer station on Tuesday, September 30 at 6:30 p.m. Information was presented on the proposed changes and the available options for the waste transfer station.

To review the presentation given please click on the PDF link below.

Transfer Station Presentation (PDF)


Posted 22 September 2014

Family and Community Support Services (FCSS), a partnership between the Town of Innisfail and the Province of Alberta, is inviting not-for-profit and community organizations to submit an application for 2015 funding.

The deadline to submit completed funding applications is November 1, 2015.

Last year in 2014 seven not-for-profit and community organizations were approved for a collective amount of $75,000 in grant monies. Grant monies for 2015 has not been determined yet, but will be announced at a later date.

The grant is allocated to support the community in providing preventative social services and programs in Innisfail. Full details can be found in the funding criteria and application form package.

For more information please contact Tammy Oliver-McCurdie at 403-227-7744 or email [email protected]

Posted 12 September 2014

The Town of Innisfail is hosting an information meeting on the future of the waste transfer station. The meeting will provide information about the processed changes and the available options. Interested residents are welcome to attend.

The meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 30 in the Community Room at the Library Learning Centre. The presentation starts at 6:30 p.m.

What:  Information Meeting on Waste Transfer Station
When: Tuesday, September, 2014 with presentation starting at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Library Learning Centre, 5300 A 55 Street Close, Innisfail in the Community Room

For more information please contact the Town at 403-227-3376.

Posted 28 August 2014

The Town of Innisfail and Parkland Community Planning Services have prepared amendments to the existing Woodlands Area Structure Plan (ASP) and are inviting your participation in reviewing these amendments prior to Council adoption.

An ASP provides the rules and guidelines that apply to the future subdivision and development of private and public land. In addition to the ASP amendments, a rezoning proposal and outline plan have been submitted by a private developer to allow for future commercial and residential development of the northwesterly portion of the ASP.

You are invited to participate in an open house with staff to discuss the amending proposals and issues relating to the future development of the area. We welcome all questions and comments during a drop-in session on Thursday, September 18, 2014 between 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm at the Library Learning Centre (Community Room), 5300 A 55 Street Close, off Lakewood Drive in Innisfail.

The public is invited to forward any information or written comments that should be considered as part of the review process to:

Matthew Pawlow, Parkland Community Planning Services
Unit B, 4730 Ross Street,
Red Deer, AB.
T4N 1X2
Phone: (403) 343-3394  
Fax: (403) 346-1570
Email: [email protected]

Deadline for comments: September 25, 2014

Letter to landowners (PDF)

Posted 30 April 2014

The Town of Innisfail is considering changes to the rules and fees for the Transfer Site. These changes would allow use of trailers up to 12 foot to deliver materials.

Bylaw 1515-2011, the Waste Bylaw, currently limits trailer length to 8 feet. The proposed amendments to the bylaw would allow residents to use trailers up to 12 feet long subject to a higher user fee.

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