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Playgrounds & Outdoor Facilities are Open

Playgrounds & Outdoor Facilities are Open

Effective Immediately, The following public spaces are open with restrictions though people are advised to exercise caution. No more than 50 people and everyone spaced a minimum of 2m apart. No sharing of equipment. Of course, this can be relaxed if you are with your own household or cohort family.

Backyard Pools

Backyard Pools

  Swimming Pools, Hot Tubs, and Spas With the Hanna swimming pool being closed this year you might want to invest in an above ground pool. Although the use of swimming pools is a wonderful way to enjoy the summer, caution needs to be exercised to prevent children...

Graduates of 2020

Graduates of 2020

Recognizing that the path you have envisioned after graduation may suddenly be much steeper, we want to assure you that we will get through these tough times and with your leadership in the future, the world will be stronger than before. Hanna citizens are encouraged...

Dr. Fortna May 14

Dr. Fortna May 14

Phase 1 SafetyAs businesses prepare to re-open, resources are available to help keep you, your staff and your customers safe.  All workplaces are expected to develop and implement policies and procedures to address COVID-19. The  Alberta Government has prepared a...

Fox Lake Camping

Fox Lake Camping

Operating Procedures   Fox Lake Park is on schedule to open Friday, May 15 at 11:00 am!  As with everything these days, this opening comes with some rules.  You can download the document if you'd like to print a copy for yourself or you can keep abreast by...

Mayor Warwick Talks Re-Launch

Mayor Warwick Talks Re-Launch

Update for May 8Provincial Re-launch On Apr 30, Premier Jason Kenney announced the provincial relaunch strategy.  A number of grey areas have emerged as a result of this announcement.  Following the directives of Alberta Health Services and the Government of Alberta,...

Newsletters

May 2020

Tax rate set, manual for tree planting as well as a policy and bylaw, and updates on COVID-19

January 2020

Municipal Budget Highlights, Funding Awarded, Utility Rate Changes and Community Events.

November 2019

It is estimated that the provincial funding to Hanna will be reduced by approximately $100,000 for 2020.

September 2019

The Federal Government announced $35 million dollars over 5 years for coal affected communities across Canada; with $25 million of that allocated to Saskatchewan and Alberta.

July 2019

Hanna is a great place to enjoy a 'staycation'.