January 22, 2021
Due to the extension of COVID-19 restrictions announced by the Province on January 7, the Kneehill County office and shop will remain CLOSED to the public until further notice.
Kneehill County Council meetings will continue as regularly scheduled. Residents can watch the Council meetings online via Kneehill County's YouTube channel.
Kneehill County staff are available to serve you via telephone and email during regular business hours, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday. For your convenience, a number of Kneehill County services are also available electronically, over the phone, or online:
- Pay your utility bills, tax bills, and other County invoices via online banking (set up through your financial institution).
- You can also pay by cheque through the mail, place your cheque payment in our secure drop-box, or call the office, 403-443-5541, to pay by credit card (except tax payments.)
- Visit our website to apply for a burn permit.
- Sign up online to have your private driveway snowplowed. Once your agreement is in place, simply call the office, 403-443-5541, to request service.
- Kneehill County has a number of electronic forms and applications online which residents can fill-in digitally, or through email. Visit our E-Services page for more information.
If you need assistance or are unsure how to access our online services, please contact Kneehill County, 403-443-5541, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kneehill County Transfer Stations (Torrington, Linden, Carbon, and Three Hills) remain open. Please continue to follow all AHS guidelines for COVID-19 safety, including physical distancing and masking, when accessing these sites and interacting with County staff.
While the office and shop are closed to the public, Kneehill County operations are otherwise unaffected at this time. Council and administration continue to follow all public health recommendations given by the Province of Alberta and Alberta Health Services to ensure the health and safety of our staff and residents and have Business Continuity processes and protocols in place to ensure that essential services such as roads, water, and fire, will not be disrupted.