Painting the Town Red!
Check out some of the red seen around Vegreville.
Non-Residential Development Incentive Program
Fire Pit Burns
Currently there is no fire ban for recreational fire pits within the Town limits of
Vegreville. Any property within the limits of the Town of Vegreville requires a
fire pit permit in order to have an open air recreational
fire on any private lands. Fire pits at the municipal campground is still
permitable at this time.
We encourage all residents of Vegreville partaking in open air fire pits to ensure
due diligence in fire safety.
Ensure the fire is at a minimal level.
Ensure a water source is readily available.
Ensure fire iscompletely extinguished when finished (POUR, STIR, POUR AGAIN)
Fire permits are available at the Fire station or the Town Office for $25/permit and is good the
length of ownership of the home/until the fire pit is changed or altered from
original status of application.
5. If conditions change a fire ban may be impose.
Please check the Town of Vegreville website for current information
per sections 5 & 6 of Town of Vegreville Bylaw# 03-2010, any persons (or
owner of lands) found responsible for a fire whether on public or private from
a fire pit may be held liable for all fire charges and/or fines.
If you have any questions regarding fire pits or fire bans, please call the fire department
during normal business hours at 780.632.2254.
For more information of fire bans please visit the link below.
Below is a link to the Town of Vegreville Open Air Fire Bylaw.
Phil Rowe, Captain
Fire Services Coordinator
Vegreville Emergency Services
Vegreville Mural Mosaic was revealed today!
Vegreville unveiled on the ATB Financial branch exterior wall, the 1st of 150 murals across Canada to celebrate our 150th b-day in 2017.
Lewis Lavoie and his partners Phil Alain and Paul Lavoie began the Mural Mosaic journey to bring communities together using their murals as examples of "Unity through Diversity". This is represented by bringing the uniqueness of individual creative styles together on numerous panels to create one united image. The most unique aspect of this artistic process is that artists are given an individual panel with the freedom to paint what they want within the "theme" of the mural subject, however, the final image created by Lavoie is kept secret until mural unveiling. Well today in Vegreville was the 1st Mural Mosiac reveiling. #Vegreville.
50th Anniversary of the National Flag of Canada
February 15, 2015, will mark the 50th anniversary of the National Flag of Canada. This special Flag Day is the perfect opportunity to learn more about how our flag was created and what it means to us.