The Digital Economy Program helps small businesses build their online presence, add eCommerce, create a social media plan, and other digital practices to help their business thrive.
The City will host virtual-only public budget open houses this year on Jan. 26 and Jan. 28 due to the increase in local COVID-19 cases.
Share your thoughts about the proposed Municipally Controlled Corporation during a public hearing scheduled for January 24, 2022 at 1 p.m. at Wetaskiwin City Hall.
The internal investigation conducted by the City of Wetaskiwin following malfunctions at the Water Treatment Plant is now complete.
Learn more about the proposed Wastewater Treatment Facility before the public hearing on Monday, January 24, 2022 at 1 PM.
The City of Wetaskiwin is proposing a Municipally Controlled Corporation structure for future water and wastewater services to minimize the financial burden.
Wetaskiwin City Council approved an interim 2022 municipal operating budget of $11.2 million at their regular December 13, 2021 meeting to allow for uninterrupted operations while Council reviews and deliberates the 2022 municipal budget in February 2022.
All pools will be closed due to a scheduled swim meet on January 22, 2022.
Register in person at the Manluk Centre or online at www.manlukcentre.ca/register!
Due to Alberta Health Guidelines, vaccine proof with a QR code will be the only form of proof accepted starting November 15, 2021. Paper or digital vaccine documents without a QR code will no longer be considered valid. Vaccine records from First Nations,...
Play Wetaskiwin focuses on 3 different sports, with each sport lasting 3 weeks. The aim is to allow participants to learn and practice different activities while developing fundamental movement skills. The three sports that will be highlighted for this se...