TAXPAYERS RE: PREPARATION OF COMBINED ASSESSMENT/TAX NOTICES
Notice is hereby given that the 2021 Combined Tax and Assessment Notices have been mailed as of June 22, 2021 to all property owners in the County of Two Hills No. 21. In accordance with Section 311(1) of the Municipal Government Act, Chapter M-26 R.S.A. 2000, all persons are deemed to have received their combined Tax and Assessment Notices as a result of this Notice.
Please review your Combined Assessment and Tax Notice. If you have any questions, contact the County Office or attend the Open House scheduled at the County Office, where you can discuss your Assessment Notice with the County Assessor.
OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE
Tuesday July 20th 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday July 21st 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
If you do not receive your Tax Notice, contact the County Office at 780-657-3358.
Sally Dary, CAO
County of Two Hills
MUNICIPAL PARKS & CAMPGROUNDS
The County of Two Hill No. 21 owns and operates two recreational facilities within the County, being Sandy Lake (northwest of the Town of Two Hills) and Jackfish Lake (south of the Village of Myrnam). Located in the heart of rural Alberta, these recreational facilities are both popular sites for nature lovers. Recreational facilities and campgrounds open May 21, 2021. Come and enjoy what the County of Two Hills has to offer today!
NEW ONLINE CAMPING RESERVATION SYSTEM
Please be advised that the County of Two Hills will be taking reservations for both Sandy Lake and Jackfish Lake campgrounds. Both reservations and cancellations can be made by visiting Camp Reservations Canada:
Jackfish Lake Campground
Sandy Lake Campground
COUNTY PARK REGULATIONS DURING COVID-19
Please be advised that the County of Two Hills will follow provincial government heath guidelines to ensure the safety of visitors and employees. Group areas and shower houses are closed to public use, while washrooms/outhouses, beaches, playgrounds and day use areas are “use at your own risk”. Washrooms and outhouses will be sanitized or cleaned as per provincial guidelines.
Removed as of June 7, 2021 (unless otherwise posted)