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Residential Snowplowing Program
Starting in the winter of 2018, the County will be changing the procedure for snowplowing of private residential driveways. Residents must contact the County office and inform the Public Works Department of their desire to have a snowplow flag. Please ensure you have your legal land description and rural address ready.
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Snow Plow Flag Drop Off
County of Northern Lights residents who are unable to return their old snow plow flags for a refund to the County office in Manning, the following locations have been arranged for flag drop off:
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Intermunicipal Development Plan
The County of Northern Lights is working with the Municipal District of Peace, the Town of Manning and the Town of Peace River to develop Intermunicipal Development Plans between each municipality. Basic information about the plans and process can be found here: IDP Informational Brochure
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Warrensville Community Water Source Decommissioning
Notice: The County of Northern Lights would like to prepare residents for the closure of the Warrensville community water well. The well may close as early as Thursday, November 1st, depending on weather and contractor schedules.  The well is being decommissioned to allow work to begin on the potable water truck fill station. The truck fill is scheduled to be complete in July 2019. The Bear Creek community water well will be remaining open and can be used as an alternative. For more information contact the County of Northern Lights office at 780-836-3348 or toll-free at 1-888-525-3481.
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Weberville Park Space Study
The County of Northern Lights, along with Invistec Consulting Ltd., is preparing a park space study. The study is intended to investigate the feasibility, desires of the residents, and potentially suitable locations and programming. The desire for a new park space was previously identified through the Weberville Road Study, Recreation Master Plan, Visioning Survey, and to the significant growth in the area. The outcome of the study is to determine the feasibility and desire of a new park space in Weberville and provide Council with a recommendation. Conducting the study does not mean a new park space will be necessarily developed.            
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Office Hours:

Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Closed daily 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm and all Statutory Holidays.

Office Closed:

Monday, November 12th in lieu of Remembrance Day

Christmas and New Year Closures:

Closing at 12 pm on Friday, December 21st

Closed on:

Monday, December 24th

Tuesday, December 25th,

Wednesday, December 26th

Tuesday, January 1st


Fire season starts on March 1st, all burning will require a fire permit

Before you burn it, get a permit!

For burning permits, call Agriculture & Forestry office at 780-624-6190