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Posted Wednesday, May 27, 2020

As part of the Downtown Revitalization Project, temporary street lights are being installed May 28 on the east side of Railway St. These lights will be activated in the coming weeks after Fortis removes the existing street lights.

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Posted Friday, May 22, 2020

amenties_open_website Acting on advice from Alberta Health Services, playground equipment on Town property, basketball courts and the skate park are now open. The tennis courts will reopen next week. Use at your own risk and follow public health orders. Splash park remains closed.

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Posted Monday, May 11, 2020

Due to a water main break, the intersection of Laut Ave. and McCool St. will be closed May 12, starting at 8 a.m. while crews work to correct the leak.
A portion of Laut Ave. will be open for local traffic only. McCool St. can be accessed via Western Drive.   
Laut Ave. and McCool St. intersection will be remain closed until the morning of May 13.

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Posted Thursday, May 07, 2020

TOWN OF CROSSFIELD 2019 AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENT
The 2019 Audited Financial Statements for the Town of Crossfield have been prepared and were accepted by council at the May 5, 2020 regular council meeting.
Copies of the audited financial statements are available on the  Town’s website  or by contacting the Town Office at (403) 946-5565 or  town@crossfieldalberta.com
Ken Bosman
Chief Administrative Officer

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Posted Tuesday, May 05, 2020

During the early months of the year, spring runoff can create water quality concerns. Sometimes you may notice your water has a slightly different taste. Often this is a result of a recent snowmelt and there is a high level of debris in the river water entering the Anthony Henday water treatment plant. The water remains safe for drinking, cooking and bathing. 
Chlorine levels may be increased to address this issue. Chlorine is used to disinfect water so it is...

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