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Ornamental Parks

Through the hard work of dedicated volunteers, ornamental gardening projects can be enjoyed throughout the town, beautifying our surroundings and natural landscape.

  • More than 65 flower beds have been developed since 1996
  • 300 trees and shrubs have been planted by volunteers
  • 47 hanging baskets grace downtown lamp posts
  • The Town of Pincher Creek and the “Pincher Planters” gardening group have been featured in Western Canadian garden magazines
  • A newly planted addition to Lebel Mansion is the beautiful "rose garden"
  • 2013 Communities in Bloom 5 Blooms Pincher People Power

Also be sure to visit:

  • Pincher Park (767 Main Street)
  • Museum Grounds (1037 Bev McLachlin Drive)
  • Multi-Purpose Facility Grounds (895 Main Street)
  • Cenotaph Park (717 Main Street)
  • Hank Planger Park (912 Christie Avenue)

The Town of Pincher Creek has a commemorative bench and tree program, for information on these programs please contact the Recreation Office at 403 627 3156

Upcoming Events

10:00 AM
Walk and Talk 55+
11:00 AM
Play Ambassadors

Public Notices

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Pincher Creek Flood Hazard Study
August 1, 2022
The Pincher Creek Flood Hazard Study assesses and identifies flood hazards along 14 km of Pincher Creek and 7 km of Kettles Creek through Pincher Creek and Municipal District of Pincher Creek.
Councillor Wayne Elliott
July 18, 2022
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Councillor Wayne Elliott on July 9, 2022, while camping with family in Saskatchewan.
July 15, 2022
Have you recently purchased a property and did not receive your property tax notice in time to pay before the due dates?  Did you pay a late payment penalty?   If so, you may qualify for a late payment penalty refund from the Government of Alberta.  
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