Welcome To The Town of Provost

Provost welcomes you as a virtual visitor, and we look forward to seeing you in our community in person!

The Town Office located at 4904 – 51 Avenue is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Our friendly staff are very happy to assist you with all your needs and any questions you have about our community.

We hope you enjoy learning more about the Town of Provost!

News & Updates

ALBERTA LEADERS TRAINING

August 15, 2017

If you are considering running in the next Municipal Elections and you would like to prepare for thee elections then you should consider taking this training. Check out the attached flyer. Candidate Training Flyer SLGM 2017


THANK YOU “ENBRIDGE”

August 9, 2017

ENBRIDGE representatives attended the Provost Museum on August 9, 2017 and made a considerable donation of “$100,000 to the community. This money will be used to build a brand new playground / park in the Paulgaard Estates. It will build


BANTAM AA PILOTS WINS PROVINCIALS NEXT UP WESTERNS

August 8, 2017

Congratulations to the Bantam Pilots AA Tier 1 Baseball team for winning the Provincials in Strathmore this long weekend. They now go on to Kamloops on the Aug 17-20 weekend to represent Team Alberta. Good Luck boys.


ARE YOU THINKING OF RUNNING FOR COUNCIL?

May 4, 2017

If you are thinking of running for Town Council,  the information / nomination packages are available now at the Town office. NOMINATION DAY:                  Monday September 18, 2017 ELECTION DAY:                       Monday October 16, 2017 The residents of the Town of Provost


UNCUT GRASS & WEEDS INCLUDE BACK ALLEYS & BOULEVARDS

May 2, 2017

The Town of Provost would like to remind all residents, home owners & businesses of the Unsightly Premises By-Law 04/2006 Section 3 which states “A Nuisance is any condition on or around Property that is untidy, unsightly, offensive, dangerous to health or which interferes


GARBAGE MUST BE KEPT IN A BIN – UTILITY BYLAW 07/2016

May 2, 2017

Each year our pest control officer receives complaints regarding stray cats, skunks, magpies and crows. Most of these complaints found that garbage had been left on the ground and not in a proper receptacle or bin and therefore the animals have successfully