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The Town of Drumheller Infrastructure Services Department will be conducting a town-wide Hydrant Flushing Program. 

A good fire hydrant maintenance program will ensure operational reliability in the event of a fire. Here you will find the   2017 Fire Hydrant Flushing schedule  Please note that there may be circumstances when this schedule has to change. This  will be commuicated through social media and the website. 

Below are some of the reasons for flushing hydrants:

  • To maintain the highest possible standard of drinking water set for the by Alberta Environment.
  • Flushing the hydrant will ensure ease of operation and will allow staff to take necessary flow and pressure tests.
  • Maintenance of hydrant parts are exercised at this time to ensure ease of operation for fire department personnel.
  • During our 2017 Hydrant Flushing Program, there will be areas within our Town that may encounter discolored water for a short period of time.

This is normal for the clarity to become somewhat disturbed.

However, this does not indicate that the water is contaminated or unsafe for consumption.

In the event that you find your household or place of business with discolored water, just simply allow your cold water faucets to run for a minimum of five minutes and the problem should resolve itself.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Throughout this flushing program, if there are any questions or concerns, please contact the Infrastructure Services Department at (403) 823-1330.

dog walking

With the warmer weather more people are out on the streets and paths around town.  It is imperative when you are walking your dog that the dog is on a leash and the dog owner has control of the dog at all times.  Unleashed and leashed dogs may have a problem when encountering each other and this does a disservice to both dogs and their owners! 


BYLAW 02-17 Water and Wastewater was adopted on Monday February 21st 2017

Recent changes were made to the water and wastewater bylaw. Here is a short fact sheet which explains the new bylaw, why it was updated and who will be affected by the change. 

Q and A on Bylaw 02-17 Water and Wastewater

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Your Brand, Your Story, Told on Our Canvas

The Town of Drumheller is excited to announce that we will be offering television monitor advertising to the public effective immediately. The Town of Drumheller has implemented a dynamic tool for gaining exposure for commercial restaurants, retail stores, and virtually any business environment that can use digital signage to their benefit.  

Digital advertising screens are a remarkably effective way to convey your message in full colour to thousands of passers-by in Drumheller Town sites.  Advertisers may reserve advertising space on 10 digital screens around Drumheller (seven at the Drumheller Badlands Community Facility, one at the Drumheller Aquaplex and two at the Drumheller Memorial Arena) on a day-by-day basis. The minimum reservation is one month; the maximum reservation is one year (weekly, or daily rates can be negotiated). 

If you are looking to promote your business within the central hubs of Drumheller, this opportunity serves as the perfect blank canvas for your brand story, illustrated through big, bold, beautiful and affordable creative.

To download a copy of the Monitor Ad Agreement, please click here .

For more inforamtion, please contact the Town of Drumheller Marketing Sales Officer at | 403.823.1326.




In its place, Council will hold a Personnel Strategy Session which is not open to the public.  Please be advised that when a Council Committee Meeting is cancelled so is the Public Engagement Session.


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Food Truck and BBQ Vendors Wanted for Drumheller Canada Day Festivities! 


The Town of Drumheller is in search of multiple food truck and BBQ vendors to be part of Drumheller's Canada Day festivities on July 1st, 2017. Set up camp in the heart of Drumheller where over 30,000 visitors and 8000 community members will have the opportunity to indulge in your tasty food. Vendors must purchase a Town of Drumheller Business License as well have an approved Alberta Health License.                                            


Please download a copy of our Food Vendor application form and email to if you would like to register. If you have questions, please call Judy at 403-823-1324.                                                    


Download vendor application here 





The Town of Drumheller are looking for propoals from Kiosk Operators for three venues in the valley.

Details can be found here  RFP for Kiosk Vendors

Deadline for proposals is Monday March 27 at 4pm.

Please send proposals to




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Just a reminder that public engagement sessions are held prior to Council Committee Meetings with the Mayor and Deputy Mayor commencing at 4:00 PM.