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  • News & Announcements

    • FIRE RESTRICTION ORDER Effective July 22, 2021

      FIRE RESTRICTION ORDER Effective July 22, 2021 Not Allowed: Fires of all kinds in backcountry, random camping areas and Crownland Fireworks and exploding targets Controlled burns of large brush piles (must be extinguished immediately) Off Highway Vehicles for recreational purposes are not allowed on Crownland.  This can change dependent on fire orders issued by the provincial Read More
    • MD 135: RECREATION MASTER PLAN

      Recreation Master Plan Public survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MD135RMPPS . Stakeholder survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MD135RMPSS .   The MD of Peace No. 135 has initiated the process of developing a Recreation Master Plan. Active community involvement and participation is a cornerstone of the plan process. This will ensure that the final plan reflects the unique situation and aspirations of our community. In Read More
    • Not too late to complete your 2021 Census!

      If you have not completed your 2021 Census there still time! Accurate data will help the MD to get grant funding from Provincial and Federal governments.   Completing the Census is vital for planning schools, daycare centres, family services, public transportation and skills training for employment.
    • Garbage found on Range Road 244 South of Lac Cardinal (Baker’s Landing)

      GARBAGE DOESN’T BELONG IN DITCHES   Garbage found on Range Road 244 South of Lac Cardinal (Baker’s Landing)   If the MD is notified about garbage dumped in its ditches/land and can ascertain who it belongs to, that individual identified as the owner of said garbage can be fined a minimum $250 up to $5000.00 Read More
    • Peace River Flood Study

      The flood study started in fall 2015 and technical work on all components was completed in fall 2019. Revisions to correct a technical error were completed in summer 2020. The flood study was used to assesses and identifies river-related hazards along 54 km of the Peace River and 1 km of the Heart River. The Read More