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Dike management work to begin
Apr 11, 2017
Dikes are an important part of flood protection and it is extremely important that they are maintained to ensure they are structurally sound and working properly. With approximately 5 kilometres of dikes within the municipality, it’s a big undertaking. The Town is working hard to get the job done and...
Annual Utility Bills Issued
Feb 28, 2017
Annual utility bills for water, sewer, and curbside collection services have now been issued to all residents. These represent the fees required to provide these services to you during the course of a year as well as contributions to support future upgrades. Payments are due by 4:30pm, April 3rd, 2017. Postmarks...
2017 Budget Book now available
Feb 20, 2017
The actual 2017-2021 Financial Plan Bylaw being considered by Council is many, many pages.That’s why we have developed a Budget Book to make it a little simpler. It provides the “big picture” and shows you where we’ve been over the last two years and where we intend to head over...
Utility bills – what are you paying for?
Feb 20, 2017
It’s the time of year when you may notice your utility bill has arrived and you might be thinking, “Just exactly what am I paying for?” We hope to shed a little light on this with some facts about water, sewer and waste collection services in Golden.Water services: Golden’s water is so...
KICKING HORSE RIVER ICE JAM UPDATE #6
Jan 25, 2017
Warming temperatures over the past two weeks have significantly reduced the likelihood of further ice floes in the Kicking Horse River. There is now clear evidence that the river has secured an established channel through the three floes that have occurred in the community this winter. A portion of the established...
Golden's curbside collection rates to drop this year
Jan 16, 2017
This week, the Town of Golden is happy to share some great news for Golden residents - beginning this year, residents will see a drop in the price of their curbside collection services. For the past five years, garbage pick up rates have been $125 per household per year, while recycling...
KICKING HORSE RIVER ICE JAM UPDATE #5
Jan 06, 2017
The third large ice floe now lodged in the Kicking Horse River, with its leading edge just upstream from the college, continues to force water seepage through the dyke in several places. The municipal campground and a portion of 9th Avenue South from the curling rink parking lot to the campground...
KICKING HORSE RIVER ICE JAM UPDATE #4
Jan 05, 2017
At approximately 6:00 p.m. January 4th, a third ice floe event occurred on the Kicking Horse River. Sizeable and composed of large blocks of ice and woody debris, the leading edge of the new floe now rests against the trailing edge of the last one. Aerial assessments have revealed the current floe...
ToG Rec Services wishes you a happy and healthy 2017
Jan 04, 2017
It’s a new year and a great time to take on those resolutions to be more active! The ToG Recreation Services team is here to help! Golden offers everything you need to get and stay active and has a plethora of opportunities for everyone. There are a variety of services being...
What you need to know about snow removal services in Golden
Nov 21, 2016
Winter has arrived in Golden and that means public works staff are busy with snow removal duties to help keep you safe on the roads and sidewalks.The Town of Golden has over 55 kilometres of roads and 20 kilometres of trails and sidewalks to maintain throughout the winter.Streets are maintained...
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