No. Traffic laws must be observed. Please use the most direct route to outlying areas (please do not drive around the Village)
No. Vehicles and trailers are not allowed to be parked in back alleys.
Yes, as of January 2017 the village now has the ability to email your monthly utility bills. Just fill out the Email Consent Form and submit it to the Village office.
Yes, they may be parked on the street for a period up to 48 hours to load and unload. Parking is not allowed on the boulevards. Semi tractors and trailers are NOT permitted on the residential streets. There is parking for large vehicles across from the Wheatfield Inn on 49th Avenue.
Yes. Animal tags expire on December 31 of every year and new tags are required on January 1st of every year.
Dog Tag – $60.00 // Cat Tag – $40.00 // Replacement Tag-$10.00 // Dangerous Dog License Fee-$120.00 RECEIVE A 50% DISCOUNT PURCHASING BEFORE FEBRUARY 29 OF EACH YEAR
If your animal has a tag and is picked up by the Animal Control Officer, the owner will be notified and if possible, picked up immediately after the Running at Large Fine is paid at the Village Office. Otherwise, the animal will be transported to the SPCA.
If your animal does not have a tag, it will be transported to the SPCA. Before you can claim your animal, the Running at Large Fine must be paid at the Village Office.
The Village of Kitscoty accepts online bill payments from the following financial institutions: ATB, Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of Montreal, Scotia Bank, TD Canada Trust, CIBC and all Credit Unions. As well payments can be made in person during business hours, sent via Canada Post to Box 128 or dropped off in the mail slot at the Village Office.
The Village Office has an Enforcement Services Concern Tracker that can be filled out. Whether animal related, noise, unsightly yards, etc, if it is written on the concern tracker, the Village will be able to investigate the concern. Anonymous concerns will not be investigated. Your contact information will remain confidential.
Please contact 310-0000 and ask for Alberta Transportation in Vermilion, Alberta to report highway maintenance issues.
Visit ATCO Electric’s website at http://www.atcoelectric.com/Services/Report-Street-Light-Problem or call the Village Office at 780-846-2221.
You have 48 hours after a snowfall to remove snow/ice from your sidewalk. Please do not place snow from driveways and sidewalks onto public property or streets. Residents must also ensure that tree branches or shrubs do not overhang onto the sidewalks.
May 1st to October 31st: Wednesday 2:00pm to 7:00pm, Thursday 1:00pm to 5:00pm and Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm
November 1st to April 30th: Wednesday 2:00pm to 5:00pm and Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm
A person shall not cause or permit any noise that disturbs the peace of any other person
The Village of Kitscoty will respond as quickly as possible to snowfalls. The streets are cleared on a priority basis. View the Snow Removal and Sanding for Roadways and Sidewalks Policy to learn more. The Village cannot guarantee that lanes will be cleaned. Snow removal from lanes may occur after all snow removal activities on the streets are completed.
ATCO Electric and ATCO Gas are the distributors for electricity and natural gas in the Village of Kitscoty. A list of Competitive Retailers can be found at the Utilities Consumer Advocate website. Contact the Office of the Utilities Consumer Advocate at 310-4822 (toll free in Alberta) for more information about your options. “Shedding Light on Your Energy Bill” is a video created by ATCO Electric to help consumers understand their energy bills.
Please contact our Public Works at 780-808-0517.
Please call CN Police at 1-800-465-9239 or email CNPoliceTipLine@cn.ca for emergency calls such as: trespassing on tracks, unlawful activity, crossing signal defect, etc.
Please call CN Public Inquiry Line at 1-888-888-5909 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for non-emergency concerns such as: noise, train whistling, general property maintenance, etc.