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The Municipality of Jasper is planning the future of culture and recreation in the community, and we want to hear from you! Fill out our survey and help us set future priorities and determine how to make the best use of our limited resources.
At its July 16, 2019 regular meeting Council proclaimed July 21 – July 27, 2019 as National Drowning Prevention Week in the Municipality of Jasper.
The Patricia Street and Willow Avenue intersection is expected to be closed from July 16 to August 1 for roadway and underground repairs. The streets within one block of the work area will be designated for local traffic only. Detours will be in place.
Subscribe to the Municipality of Jasper Alert Centre to receive emergency notifications by text or email. You will receive a confirmation text or email once registration is complete.
A plastic checkout bag ban begins July 1. The ban means that all Jasper businesses are urged to stop providing plastic checkout bags, which are usually provided at the till. However, retailers are allowed to use up their existing stock of plastic bags.
Be wildfire ready: know the risks, make a plan and get a kit. Download the guide to get started.
Highlights from the May 21, 2019 Intergovernmental Forum include wildfire preparedness, the Jasper National Park Management Plan and a Whistler Campground Project update.
Mayor and Council are pleased to share their Strategic Priorities for the years 2018-2022, identifying six priority areas on which to focus its efforts during the next four years.
Parks Canada representatives and Jasper council meet three or four times a year to discuss topics of mutual interest. The Feb. 12, 2019 Intergovernmental Forum highlights include updates on wildfire risk reduction and the closure of Whistlers Campground.
On December 18, Council approved the relocation and replacement of the ice plant and condenser for the Jasper Arena at an estimated project budget of $3.7 million. Council also supported, in principle, a 6.8% increase in utility fees.
At its October 2 regular meeting, Jasper municipal Council passed a Cannabis Consumption Bylaw prohibiting the smoking and vaping of recreational cannabis in all places or buildings that are open to the public within the town site.
Starting October 1, youth and teens in grades seven to 12 will be eligible for free access to the Aquatic Centre, Fitness Centre and bouldering wall.