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Drumheller Town Council is committed to involving the people of our community in the following decision making processes.

1) Drumheller is looking for volunteers to form a working group to share community concerns and provide input on changes to the Community Standards Bylaw. The Community Standards Bylaw regulates the conduct of people on private and public property to promote a safe and enjoyable community. Common bylaw complaints include noise, parking, litter, run down properties, weeds, trees and other nuisances. You may access the Community Standards Bylaw 16.10 on the Town's website by following the link GOV at the top and then clicking on the right hand side Bylaws and Policies.

2) Drumheller is looking for volunteers to form a second working group to share ideas about how the Town can enhance and preserve its character, scenery, history and aesthetics through the community's tourism corridor (along the primary highway route). It is proposed that Council will adopt a Tourism Corridor Bylaw in the near future.

Should you be interested in serving in this capacity, please contact Linda at 403-823-1339 or by sending an email to

Thank you.

Field house BC APril 13

Field House Courts B&C will be closed Friday April 13th at 9:00PM and re-opening Sunday, April 15th at 8:00AM.
The Drumheller Downtown Market will be in Courts B&C which leaves drop in available in Field House Court A. Pickleball has been rescheduled for Sunday April 15th at the regular time.

Any questions can be directed to 403-823-1370.

Please note that we are not the coordinators of the Drumheller Downtown Market tables, just the venue!

Providing Albertans with the tools to save energy!  

You could be entitled to receive a rebate when you do energy efficient upgrades to your home or business. 

To find out more visit 


C.O.R.E. CYCLING 800 800

Starting Thursday April 26, The Badlands Community Facility Indoor C.O.R.E. Cycling Drop-In class will change to 5:15PM - 6:15PM. 

This Drop-In class will remain at 6:30PM - 7:30PM until April 16th. 
Drop-In C.O.R.E. Cycling has limited spin bikes; class is based on first come first serve basis.
Please call 403-823-1369 or if you have any questions.

This class is included in your Badlands Community Facility, Multi-Facility membership as well as drop-in admission.




The Town of Drumheller offers the Badlands Scholarship to a graduating student pursuing a full time post secondary educational program.  Applicants must be a resident of the Town of Drumheller.  Applicants will be assessed based on academic performance, community involvement, achievements, and reference letters.  The scholarship is $500/year for 4 years and the awarded student must maintain passing marks in the full time program.  Please submit application and a copy of high school transcript to Town of Drumheller, 224 Centre Street, Drumheller, AB  T0J 0Y4  ATTN:  Lana Bosch  Application Deadline is May 15, 2018.  The award will be presented at the Celebration of Excellence on June 15, 2018.  Click this link for the  application form



These are the items which will NOT BE  collected at the Spring Clean Up:

Hazardous Chemicals will NOT BE picked up due to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act.

Demolition/Building material will NOT BE picked up, these materials must be picked up by a contractor.

Commercial or Trade wastes are not included in the acceptable items and will NOT BE picked up during the Spring Cleanup.

Please put all leaves and tree branches in BAGS and cut all tree branches are CUT INTO 4 FOOT LENGTHS.

Used Motor Oil, Oil Containers, and Oil Filters may be returned to the Drumheller & District Regional Landfill FREE OF CHARGE - these materials are excluded from the Spring Cleanup collection.

Absolutely NO importing of wastes from outside of Drumheller Corporate limits.

NO single pickup site is to exceed the volume of a 1/2 ton truck.

Thank you for your assistance in making this the best Spring Clean Up yet!

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Banff, Alberta
March 23, 2017


The Town of Drumheller Awarded for Best Community Economic Development Program and Marketing Project for Dinowalk – Dinosaur Street Naming Project

Last night in Banff, Alberta the Economic Development Association of Alberta (EDA) awarded the Town of Drumheller.   

Alex Metcalf Award: Which acknowledges individuals or agencies for excellence in economic development relating to the attraction, expansion or retention of business within Alberta. This award is not limited to the attraction, retention and expansion of "industry" alone and includes the development of new strategies, programs and/or developments that bring economic benefit to a community. Economic Developers Alberta recognizes up to three economic development initiatives or projects each year with this award.

Marketing Award: The Economic Developers Alberta Marketing Awards are open to all Economic Developers Alberta members, in good standing, who undertake to promote and market, with a view to improving the economic well-being of their communities.

(Other finalists for the awards were Brooks, High River and Big Lakes – Municipal District)

The awards were given for the Dinowalk / Dinosaur Street Naming Project as great examples of community collaboration and excellent media coverage in relation to the secondary naming of streets (dinosaur named streets) in Drumheller.

“I want to thank Julia Fielding and CAO, Darryl Drohomerski in particular for their support of these projects; but I also want to thank all of our staff that prepared and installed the wayfinding signage.  In particular, Bob Bremner, Gord Cunningham and Kevin Blanchett and additional staff from Infrastructure Services that made this happen on the ground,” said Paul Salvatore, Director of Community Services.

“These ideas and concepts were a product of collaboration with Urban Systems, the Economic Development Advisory Committee which includes representatives from the Drumheller Chamber of Commerce and Community Futures Big Country in addition to the Royal Tyrrell Museum and other key community members Board Chair, Summer Manca and our constant contact with Travel Drumheller.” Added Julia Fielding, Economic Development Officer for the Town of Drumheller.

“It is always great to be recognized by our peers in within the industries that we serve.  In this case, recognition from the Economic Development Association of Alberta underscores that the work that we do is excellent, but only possible with great team work and support community-wide, noted CAO Darryl Drohomerski.”

The selection of the dinosaur types and medallions took place in July 2017. Secondary street names of Drumheller dinosaurs took place in September, 2017 and the final installation of Wikipedia linked medallions will be installed during the Spring of 2018.

Digital aspects of the project will be taken-over by Travel Drumheller in order to fulfill their mandate to promote an interesting walking experience in the form of a virtual scavenger hunt that connects our guests to the stories about dinosaurs that once roamed Drumheller, over 67 million years ago.

Media Inquiries:

Paul Salvatore

Director, Community Services


Example of the medallions that will take visitors to

Fee Structure to Change at the Drumheller & District Regional Landfill

The Drumheller and District Regional Landfill will be introducing a new fee structure which will start April 2, 2018.

"The fee increases are necessary to meet increased costs associated with the operation of the facility; and the reduction in disposal fees with the downturn in the economy" explained Executive Director of Operations, Tammi Nygaard "the landfill has an outdated fee structure, it was importatnt to update as it has been in effect since the implementation of the weigh scale in 1992."

"The Drumheller & District Solid Waste Management Association has decided to implement a new minimum fee policy", added Ben Armstrong, Chair of the Drumheller and District Landfill, "in order to create a more equiitable fee structure for all members."

The following disposal fees will apply for all waste materials delivered to the Regional Landfill; and are effective April 2, 2018.

  • Residential Waste from within the region between 1 - 250 kgs will be charged a $5.00 minimum fee.
  • Regional Residential Waste over 250 kgs will be charged $55.00 per metric tonne.
  • Construction/Demolition Material from within the region between 1 - 250 kgs will be charged a $10.00 minimum fee.
  • Regional Construction/Demolition Material over 250 kgs will be charged $57.50 per metric tonne.

The new fees will apply to all residents within the region, both rural and urban.

The Regional Landfill located in Drumheller, Alberta is operated and maintained by the Drumheller & District Solid Waste Management Association (DDSWMA).  The organization consists of members from Wheatland County, Kneehill County, Starland County, Town of Drumheller, Town of Trochu, Villages of Acme, Beiseker, Carbon, Delia, Hussar, Linden, Morrin, Munson, Rockyford, and Standard.  Servicing a population base of 28,865 people within a 100 km radius of Drumheller.

For further information on the new fees, residents are invited to contact 403-823-1345, Monday through Friday.


Mobile vendor Application Form 2

Please fill out and submit this application and submit to Any questions please contact us at 403-823-6300