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Council Highlights are published on the municipal website following each regular meeting (every two weeks). The October 15 meeting highlights are now available.
We’re looking for local non-profit groups to help out with this year’s community Christmas party on Friday, Dec. 20.Fundraising opportunities include:
Highlights from the October 8, 2019 Intergovernmental Forum include a fire fuel reduction update and information on managing bears and attractants in the Jasper town site.
Through the Mayor’s Special Award, Council recognizes significant achievements or important services by individuals, teams or groups. Awards are presented at the annual community Christmas party.
Nominations are due by November 1.
The Municipality of Jasper received a 5 Blooms – Silver rating and a special mention for Grassroots Waste Reduction during the 2019 National/International Symposium and Awards Ceremonies in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. The Municipality of Jasper parti...
Jasper's plastic checkout bag ban is in effect.
Jasperites and visitors are encouraged to bring their own reusable shopping bags to help reduce the amount of plastic waste generated in our community.
The Jasper Aquatic Centre waterslide was built in 1988 and is now past its service life. Demolition and replacement are needed to ensure a quality, long lasting and safe waterslide for years to come.
Subscribe to the Municipality of Jasper Alert Centre to receive emergency notifications by text or email. You will receive a confirmation text or email once registration is complete.
Be wildfire ready: know the risks, make a plan and get a kit. Download the guide to get started.
Highlights from the May 21, 2019 Intergovernmental Forum include wildfire preparedness, the Jasper National Park Management Plan and a Whistler Campground Project update.
Mayor and Council are pleased to share their Strategic Priorities for the years 2018-2022, identifying six priority areas on which to focus its efforts during the next four years.
Parks Canada representatives and Jasper council meet three or four times a year to discuss topics of mutual interest. The Feb. 12, 2019 Intergovernmental Forum highlights include updates on wildfire risk reduction and the closure of Whistlers Campground.
On December 18, Council approved the relocation and replacement of the ice plant and condenser for the Jasper Arena at an estimated project budget of $3.7 million. Council also supported, in principle, a 6.8% increase in utility fees.