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September 17, 2020
With the province announcing Phase 2 of their relaunch strategy, Kneehill County’s officewe will see further restrictions relaxing, and more operations and services resume. (Businesses and non-profits in the County can visit Alberta Biz Connect for guidelines and supports to prepare for re-opening safely, once they are able.)
Following the province’s lead and relaunch strategy, the Kneehill County office is open to the public for walk-ins and in-person services. In-person attendance to Council and Committee meetings have resumed as well. Safety protocols, increased sanitization and proper barriers are in place at the office to ensure the continued safety of residents and staff. Please continue to physically distance, practice good hygiene, and do not visit the Kneehill County office if you are ill.
Kneehill County will continue to monitor updates from the province and Alberta Health Services, and will determine future services, events and increased public interaction based on their recommendations.
Yes! Horseshoe Canyon and Orkney Viewpoint are open to the public.
Please note the following restrictions in place:
September 18, 2020
Kneehill County Campgrounds opened for the season June 1, 2020 with restrictions in place due to COVID-19, closing for the season September 15, 2020.
Please check back in the spring for more information on the 2021 camping season.
September 18, 2020.
Residents can attend Council and Committee meetings in-person, or can continue watching the Council meetings via Kneehill County’s YouTube channel. A link to the live stream is made available on the homepage of the Kneehill County website the morning of the Council meeting.
Yes! The Kneehill County office is open to the public.
In person services and bill payments are available. You can also attend upcoming Council and Committee meetings in-person.
Please continue to practice physical distancing, cough etiquette, good hygiene, and do not visit the County office if you are ill.
You can find more payment options and more information here: