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July 18, 2014 FIRE BAN IN EFFECT

 NOTICE    Environmental Public Heath of Alberta Health Services has issued a Blue Green Algae Advisory for Twin Valley Reservoir.
http://www.newstalk770.com/2014/07/11/more-algae-warnings-in-southern-alberta/

 2014 Tax Notices

Your 2014 Tax Notices were mailed on June 30th, 2014.  A new option that we have added to our website is an 'Understanding your Tax Notice' section, in which we provide an example Tax Notice with explanations for each section.  To view this example and other information relating to taxation please see our Taxation FAQ page.

If you did not receive your Tax Notice, or if you have any further questions please contact the Administration Office at 403-485-2241

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If you are looking for a  quiet friendly place to hang your hat, look no further.  Vulcan County has the space and the time to make you feel right at home.

Vulcan County represents a region of opportunity. Its northern border is only an hour drive south and east of Calgary and it’s southern border is forty five minutes north of Lethbridge.

Covering an area of 546,772 hectares (2,400 Sq Miles), the County of Vulcan encompasses the Town of Vulcan and the five villages of Arrowwood, Carmangay, Champion, Lomond and Milo. It has eight active hamlets and a combined population of over 6900. As you travel from one end to the other, the landscape will change from flatlands to rolling hills, to refreshing valleys, deep blue lakes, mature trees and prairie grass.

The economy is rich and diverse, historically based on agriculture and now diversified with much oil and gas activity, a rapidly growing tourism industry, and with residential and resort development booming due to recognition by urbanites of the high quality of life, low cost of living, and abundance of opportunity within Vulcan County.

Transportation systems throughout the County consist of a number of Provincial highways that cross the County, along with a regular rail service.

Vulcan County can be the choice for you no matter what you are looking for. Be it a vacation destination, a new place to call home, or a location to invest in your business; Vulcan County can meet your needs!

Vulcan County is proud of the fact that it can offer a rural lifestyle with many of the benefits that city dwellers take advantage of.  Active recreation facilities, lakes for boating and fishing, smaller managed dwellings for retiree’s, golf courses and healthcare needs of all are met.

Centrally and conveniently located, Vulcan County is close to both Calgary and Lethbridge city centres in the southwest portion of Alberta’s expansive Prairie land. The landscape provides the backdrop for a lifestyle rarely matched. Whether you live in the acreages and rural areas of the county or choose to settle in one of the communities; you are sure to find your own little slice of heaven.

** Fire Ban
In Effect **