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
PROVOST PADRES SENIOR BASEBALL WINS CHAMPIONSHIP
Congratulations to the Provost Padres Senior Baseball team who won the Battle River Senior Baseball League Championship game in Heisler this weekend (July 23/24)
PICKLEBALL IS STILL AVAILABLE AT CPP
Some may be wondering where the pickle ball game went at CPP. Unfortunately, the equipment had to be moved to the swimming pool, where you can go and take it out or borrow it for the time you are playing. You…
BEWARE OF LEAVING YOUR GARBAGE OUTSIDE
Over the last few weeks our pest control officer has been receiving numerous complaints regarding stray cats, skunks, magpies and crows. As a result of our attendance, in most of these complaints, it has been found that garbage has been left on…
ATTENTION OWNERS OF RV’S, TRAILERS & MOTORHOMES
RECREATION VEHICLES / TRAILERS MUST BE ATTACHED TO A VEHICLE AND CANNOT BE PARKED FOR MORE THAN 48 HRS. Town of Provost Bylaw – 06/2015, Public Places; Section 6.1 states: No person shall place or leave on or across any…
PROVOST PEEWEES AND MOSQUITOS TO HOST PROVINCIAL FINALS IN BASEBALL
Congratulations to the Provost Peewee Shooters and the Provost Mosquitos baseball teams for winning the league championships as well as the Girls U19 Midget Fastball team. We also congratulate the Peewees and Mosquito teams for having the opportunity to host…
UNCUT GRASS & WEEDS ALSO INCLUDES YOUR FRONT & BACK ALLEYS
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…