Village Council has reviewed options regarding the legislation of cannabis consumption. At this time, it has been decided that a bylaw regulating consumption in public places isn't necessary. We do expect that consumers will do so in a respectful fashion and abide by all the rules that the Provincial Government has established. We will be monitoring things and will revisit the option of creating a bylaw if it becomes necessary. For those that are consumers, please read and understand...
The Waste Transfer site now has a compost bin for your yard waste. You can now take your glass clippings and leaves to the bin instead of putting them in the garbage.
The Village of Rockyford will be celebrating 100 years in 2019. The date of the celebration will be June 29, 2019 and planning is in the works. We will have a day filled with activities for all ages; dinner and entertainment. Mark your calendar!! Next meeting date Jan. 10, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in the Village Office and we would love to have you join us!
Special thanks to NASH Photo, Guss & Terry Nash made an appreciated contribution of photographs for our new website!
Welcome Village of Rockyford
Thank you for visiting the new website for Village of Rockyford, if you have any comments or suggestions please share them below.
Congratulations to our Fire Service Award Receipients
“We should be very proud of the 21 long-time service members,” said Fire Chief Mac de Beaudrap. There were 21 first responders from Wheatland County who received recently Fire Services Exemplary Service Medals on May 27 during a private ceremony with Alberta Lieutenant Governor Lois Mitchell. Our local recipients are: Wayne Clyne, Fire Chief Rockyford Fire Department, Medal (20 years) 1st Bar (30 years) Kevin Elder, Deputy Fire Chief, Rockyford Fire Department, Medal (20 ...
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