Eckville

Eckville Rec Board summer day camps starting next week

The day camps will run on a weekly basis in three hour sessions based on age from Monday to Thursday

 

Eckville council rejects proposed domestic animal bylaw

The classifying of chickens as “livestock” raised concerns with urban hen owners in town

 

CLUCK Canada opposes Eckville’s proposed Domestic Animal Control Bylaw

Founder says an amendment to allow the keeping of penned backyard hens

 

Bottle Drive fundraiser planned for new Eckville playground

The Eckville Fundraising Society will be collecting bottles at the Co-op grocery store on May 29

Eckville’s new playground ready to be built this summer

The Eckville Fundraising Society is looking for a final set of donations for concrete and timbers

Eckville council proposes Domestic Animal Control Bylaw

If passed the bylaw would restrict ownership or keeping of certain livestock and domestic animals

Discover Eckville, Alberta

Explore this picturesque community full of history and outdoor opportunities

  • May 9, 2020

Leslieville: A tiny hamlet with a beautiful stream

This small community is halfway between Rocky Mountain House and Eckville

Playgrounds in Eckville closed in wake of outbreak

Council discussed COVID-19, as well as other Town priorities, at the regular meeting on March 23

Parent Link leaving Sylvan Lake and Eckville

An application has been put in for a Family Resource Network for the area

Changes made to Eckville’s dry camping policy

There will now be a $10 per night fee to dry camp during events such as the rodeo and jamborees

PHOTOS: Family yoga in Eckville

Yogis took to the mats on Friday for a morning of free family fitness fun

Elementary students vote for Eckville’s flower colours

The Eckville Elementary School students voted for red and white flowers on Jan. 29

WATCH: Eckville man’s hobby creates wild backyard snow park

Dolan Baxter has been building snow parks ranging of all styles since he was a kid

Eckville Fire Department responds to four structure fires in 2019

Fire Chief Stuart Carde says the department received a total of 42 calls last year

Death Cafes set to make Eckville debut

The four sessions in February will focus on making the most of your life through discussion and tea

Eckville Fundraising Society receives provincial grant for new playground

Tiphany Eliuk, president of the society, says the playground is set to be built this summer

Nixon: The biggest political lie in Alberta history

MLA Jason Nixon’s column

  • Jan 5, 2018

Red Deer man found guilty for Eckville disturbance

Leon Williams was found guilty for assulting RCMP in Eckville in 2015

Helen Posti recognized for 26 years as Mayor

Posti was honoured at Eckville’s Canada Day celebrations by her council and MLA Jason Nixon