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New State of Public Health Emergency in Alberta - 24 November 2020

4:30 pm, 24 November 2020:
Premier Kennedy declared a State of Public Health Emergency in Alberta. To view the enhanced public health measures, please click the link below. Please note: Cardston County, including the Village of Hill Spring, is currently classified as an enhanced (purple) area.

https://www.alberta.ca/enhanced-public-health-measures.aspx

 

Community Centre

The Community Centre will be Closed for any use, per the current Enhanced Measures effective 27 November 2020 as part of the Alberta State of Public Health Emergency released 24 November 2020 by Premiere Jason Kenney.  Cardston County, including the Village of Hill Spring, is under the Enhanced Status (purple) areas.  Cilck on Link below to view more details.

  • Businesses closed for in-person service

    Mandatory restriction – Enhanced status (purple) areas – Effective Nov. 27

    Businesses that are closed for in-person service include:

    • Banquet halls, conference centres, trade shows, auditoria and concert venues, non-approved/licensed markets, community centres

    24 November 2020 New Measures

Village of Hill Spring completes solar project August 2020

The Village of Hill Spring Council began inquiring and entertaining the idea of installing a municipal solar PV system in 2018. Generating solar energy locally would provide savings on electricity which is a benefit to all tax payers as it helps to reduce Village expenses.

 

On April 28, 2020 council approved the construction of  a 120KW solar energy array, to be built by Solar Seekers Inc on a small parcel of land on the east side of the Village. The project was completed in late August of 2020 and is now producing electricity. It is expected to generate as much electricity as is used by municipal operations over the course of a year and save the Village approximately $30,697 on electric bills, at current utility rates, in the first year.

 

The solar project was partially funded by the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre (MCCAC). The Alberta Urban Municipalities Association and Rural Municipalities of Alberta, through the MCCAC, offer the Alberta Municipal Solar Program that provides funding to install grid-tied solar PV systems on municipal facilites or land to save on energy costs and reduce the environmental impact of electricity use. You can visit the website for more information at:  mccac.ca/programs/alberta-municipal-solar-program

 

 

"The Village of Hill Spring is very excited for the completion of the 125 KW solar project. The Municipal Climate Change Action Center has been very helpful during the course of this project and without their support, this project would not have been possible.  Due to the cost of electricity and transmission fees, being able to install solar will greatly reduce electricity costs to Village owned buildings which in turn benefits the local  residents and allows tax dollars to be utilized on other priorities in the Village.  Thank you to all who helped to make this happen!"

~ Village of Hill Spring Mayor, Dwight Davis

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

Original Hill Spring School Bell

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