"Honour the Past. Build the Future."
The Town of Tofield is located along Highway 14, SE of Edmonton. Tofield is the largest center in Beaver County and is well known for its special events and small town charm.
News & Updates
SECONDARY HIGHWAY 834 – CONSTRUCTION CLOSURE
Please be advise that portions of Highway Secondary 834 Will have a portion closed due to planned construction. AUGUST 2 -SEPTEMBER 2. 2016
Please see map below for Detour or click HERE .
Please note; that all dates for construction are weather dependent. Please adhere to the marked detours during this time.
Also Note; construction of this nature MAY result in water service disruption. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience.
Tofield’s Welcome Initiative Survey
The purpose of the Tofield Welcome Initiative is to make Tofield and area a community that is inviting, safe and accessible to all. This survey will help us plan future welcome initiatives to support and build on our community strengths. Tofield Welcome Initiative is a committee comprised of reps from Alberta Health Services, non-profit organizations, anl local businesses. Please take a few moments and complete this survey. Your responses are important to us! All responses will be entered in a prize draw.
2016 Summer Program Information
Tofield’s Summer Program is returning again for another exciting summer of fun for kids 4 – 12 yrs. old. The program will run Monday to Friday, July 4 – Aug. 19, and is based in the Tofield Arena Meeting Room. A morning program (9:30 – 11:30 am) for ages 4 – 6yrs., and an afternoon program (1 – 4 pm) for ages 7 – 12 yrs. The cost is just $2/day, or $20/summer (Field trips have an additional fee).
Details of the Town of Tofield’s 2016 Summer Program are available here.
STREETLIGHT REPAIR REPORTING
FortisAlberta has launched a new Streetlight Repair Map. With this map, you can view streetlights in FortisAlberta’s service area and request a repair online within minutes. The map was designed with you in mind, to be user-friendly, simple and easy to use. Once a streetlight repair request is submitted, a service order is automatically generated to facilitate repairs.
Interested in learning how to use the new Streetlight Repair Map? View FortisAlberta’s online video tutorial at: youtu.be/fGtEpqftF8k
Volunteer Opportuniy: Victim Services Advocate
Do you have a genuine desire to help others in a time of crisis?
Would you like to serve your community as a volunteer? BECOME A VICTIM SERVICES ADVOCATE FOR BEAVER COUNTY. Beaver County Victim Services is an organization of volunteers who help citizens of our community who have been victimized by crime or tragedy. Under the direction of the RCMP, Advocates provide support during the first few critical hours after an incident, and community referrals as needed. Please contact Colleen Sears – Program Coordinator, OR Patti Albert – Assistant Coordinator at 780-662-2258 for more details or our website at www.beavercountyvictimservies.ca