08.15.2019 Stars of Alberta Volunteer Awards

The Stars of Alberta Volunteer Awards recognize extraordinary Albertans whose volunteer efforts have contributed to the well-being of their community and fellow community members. Six awards are presented annually on or…

04.25.2019 Community Beautification Initiatives Report

In June 2018 the Crowsnest Pass Recreation Authority commissioned a consultant-led process to define the wants and needs of the community regarding Beautification. Check out the report at https://www.crowsnestpass.com/municipal-government/municipal-administration/council-documents

03.29.2019 Community Cat Management

The Municipality of Crowsnest Pass has recruited AARCS - the Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society to provide assistance with their Trap-Neuter-Return Program.  Over the next several weeks, volunteers will set up and monitor…

12.28.2018 FIREWORKS PERMITS

Are you planning to set off fireworks as part of your New Year’s Eve Celebration?  Make sure you have obtained your Fireworks Permit! Fireworks permits need to be obtained at the Blairmore Fire Hall which can be contacted…

05.18.2018 COMMUNITY STANDARDS BYLAW

Crowsnest Pass Protective Services wishes to remind the community of the requirement to comply with the Community Standards Bylaw 798, 2010, specifically to unsightly property and unregistered vehicles. Unhealthy, dangerous,…

01.09.2018 Please Do Not Approach Municipal Crews or Shops

We would like to remind residents that it is never safe to approach a Municipal Operator while they are running equipment.  This puts both yourself and the Operator at risk. Please do not enter onto any of the Municipal…

11.22.2017 Congratulations to the Crowsnest Pass Historical Society!

We are proud to announce that the Crowsnest Pass Historical Society received the 2017 AUMA Municipal Sustainability Awards - Above and Beyond Award. 

03.29.2017 HikeBike Travel blog - 5 Great Things to do in the Crowsnest Pass

The following is an excerpt from HikeBike Travel blog The historic Crowsnest Pass Area is made up of five small towns – Hillcrest, Bellevue, Frank, Blairmore and Coleman. The area is easily accessible via Highway 3 from…

03.20.2017 Summer Alternatives to Banff National Park - HikeBikeTravel blog

The following are excerpts from the blog HikeBikeTravel Founded in 2009, HikeBikeTravel is your destination for information and stories on travel, adventure and the outdoors.  From tried and true travel tips, to the latest…

03.17.2017 Municipal Commercial

Check out the new commercial about the Municipality courtesy of the Economic Development and Tourism Advisory Committee!