The Town of Tofield is located along Highway 14, just 62 km SE of Downtown Edmonton. Tofield is the largest center in Beaver County and is well known for its special events and small town charm.
Home to over 2100 residents, Tofield has a wide variety of businesses serving the surrounding area. From the essential - pharmacy, hair salons, grocery, hardware, automotive - to the unique - Mom's Ice Cream Shop, James Built Saddlery, Cross Motorsports and many more - Tofield is open for business!
Relax with a round of golf, stroll along the scenic walking trail, or enjoy a picnic lunch in one of the many parks and playgrounds. Participate in fitness, sports, or well-being programs throughout the year. There are activities and programs for all ages!
Come celebrate during our many annual events in Tofield, including Bull Bash, Sodbuster Rodeo, Canada Day, Heritage Classic Show n' Shine, Ry-Tof Slo-Pitch Tournament, Farmer's Markets, Craft Sales and Community Suppers - to name a few!
Beaverhill Lake, once world famous for its birdwatching and wildlife viewing opportunities, has dried over the past years, but there is always hope that the Lake will fill again!!
Due to a lack of physician coverage, the emergency department at the Tofield Health Centre is currently closed from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. Mondays to Thursdays.
The emergency department will remain open between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. on those days, and be open 24 hours on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
It is not known when full emergency department hours will resume.
Residents can contact Health Link Alberta toll-free at 1-866-408-5465 for a list of other available clinics and services, or for additional health information. Health Link is a telephone advice and health information service, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
24/7 emergency department services are also available in nearby communities at the following Health Centres:
Physician recruitment efforts are ongoing by AHS and the Tofield Recruitment and Retention Committee to bring additional physicians to the community.
If you have any questions about this temporary closure, please call Alberta Health Services at 1-855-343-7155 or email email@example.com.
Canada by nature offers abundant recreational and fitness opportunities through such things as our mountains, oceans, lakes, forests, parks, and wilderness;
We as Canadians could therefore be the healthiest and fittest people on earth;
Participation rates in healthy physical activities have been declining;
We have public facilities to promote health and fitness;
Canadians recognize the growing concern over chronic disease and other impediments to health and fitness;
Health and fitness ought to be promoted for Canadians of all ages and abilities;
The first week of June is Environment Week in Canada, and walking and cycling are great ways to reduce vehicle pollution and encourage physical fitness; and
We all aspire to increase participation by Canadians in health, recereational sports and fitness activities;
We proclaim National Health and Fitness Day in the Town of Tofield as Saturday, June 1st.
ATV SAFETY AWARENSS programs ... June 8 - at Tofield Rodeo Arena, OR June 22 at Hastings Lake Hall. Program for ages 6 - 16 years. Cost $25/child. Includes lunch, course and a safety certified helmet to keep!
2013 Tofield Sodbuster Rodeo coming May 31 - June 2, 2013. Check the brochure for all the details.