Irrigation Shut Down
Please note that the irrigation system will be shut down Tuesday, September 15, 2020. Please get your irrigating done prior to this date.
The Village appreciates the volunteers who look after the irrigation system no matter the weather.
Alberta Municipal Solar Program (AMSP)
The project was partially funded by the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre’s Alberta Municipal Solar Program.
Bringing good breast health to you
The AHS Screen Test Mobile Mammography Clinic will be returning to Cardston October 1-3, 2020. Screen Test brings breast cancer screening to women across Alberta with its state-of-the-art mobile mammography unit.
- Women 50 - 74: this group is most commonly diagnosed with breast cancer, and should plan to have a mammogram every 2 years until they turn 75. This group can self-refer.
- Women 40 - 49: screening is optional and they should discuss the risks and benefits of screening with their health care provider. A referral is needed for their first mammogram in Alberta, which are available online here.
- Women 75 and over can continue screening and should discuss the risks and benefits with their health care provider.
- Screening mammograms are not recommended for women under age 40. Women in this age group should discuss their breast cancer risk and mammography options with their health care provider.
Why are mammograms important?
Screening mammograms are routine tests used to find early signs of cancer in women who have no breast problems or symptoms. They can find changes in the breast that are too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Early detection with mammograms is one of the reasons that most women (90%) are now surviving breast cancer. To learn more about Screen Test, visit our or call us at 1-800-667-0604.
Cardston County - Fire Restriction Notice
Harvest operations will add to the potential of fire. Please use extreme caution in all operations.
Fire pits are allowed at this time however, conditions we be reviewed on a daily basis.Please note that a fire restriction has been put in place in Cardston County.
Any activity in the community hall building is prohibited until further notice.
The Village Office is still open regular hours but you are encouraged to do your business through phone calls, online payments including e-transfers and use of the drop box outside.
Stay safe and healthy everyone.
Hill Spring is a small, quiet little village nestled in a picturesque setting, between the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and the prairie land of Southwestern Alberta. Residents here enjoy the country like relaxed life style and surrounding scenery.
Hill Spring is located on Secondary Highway 800 just off Highway 505 and along the gateway to Waterton National Parks – just a mere 25 minutes away.
Hill Spring – PRAIRIE TO PEAK PERFECTION