Town Office is closed to public walk-ins, please book an appointmentDecember 13, 2020
Town of Pincher Creek Services
Updated December 15, 2020 | 10:00
The Town Office is closed to public walk-ins however you can pre-book an appointment to come to the Town Office in person. To book an appointment, please call 403 627 3156. Appointments are scheduled in 15 minute time slots, residents will be asked to santize prior to accessing the building and are encouraged to wear a mask.
Town facilities have modified operations to limit public contact and minimize the risk of the transmission of COVID-19.
Access to the Town Office is available by calling 403 627 3156, by submitting a citizens request using www.PincherCreek.ca/request or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to be offering payment via credit card for utlitity and property tax payments. Click here for information and to pay online.
Drinking water is safe
The drinking water in the Town of Pincher Creek continues to be of high quality and safe to drink. Our water treatment process removes bacteria and viruses. Water is tested daily by our certified water treatment operators and bacteria tests are performed weekly by the Provincial Public Health Lab.
Manage your home waste
Facial tissues, cleaning wipes and paper towels are not recyclable and are dangerous as we fight the transmission of COVID-19. These items should be bagged, tied and placed in your garbage can.
At this time, there are no interruptions to the regular collection schedule in the Town of Pincher Creek.
To avoid unnecessary blockages, put items such as wet wipes and sanitary products in the trash to protect your pipes from plugging off and causing sewage flooding. Remember to only flush the three P’s: Paper (toilet paper), Poo & Pee
Pincher Creek Landfill
As of Decmeber 13, the landfill is operating regular hours of 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday thru Saturday. The office door is locked and the site is operating with limited staffing. They ask those who need to use the landfill please bring in small loads and move in and out quickly. Cardboard is not being accepted and the reuse centre is closed until fruther notice. Please see their Facebook page for their Christmas operating hours.
The Recycling Depot is open Tuesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for appointments. Outside recycling bins are still available. See their Facebook page for Christmas hours.
The following Town-owned facilities remain closed to the Public.
Pincher Creek Swimming Pool
Pincher Creek & District Library (watch for info on curbside)
Memorial Community Centre Ice Skating Arena
Community Recreation Centre including: Joe’s Gym, Bowling Alley and Golf Course Clubhouse
Huddlestun Seniors Centre
The Province of Alberta has released resources to help in managing COVID-19 and providing up-to-date information to the public.
A mapping tool is available from the Province of Alberta. This includes COVID-19 case counts, characteristics like age and gender, case locations and lab testing. https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-alberta-statistics.aspx
In order to protect our residents and staff, the Town of Pincher Creek is committed to continuing with all necessary measures to limit the transmission of COVID-19. Please follow our social media feeds and visit www.pinchercreek.ca and use the orange bar at the top of the page for regular updates.