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Welcome to Mountain View County

Mountain View County is a rural municipality in Alberta located north of the City of Calgary in the heart of the vibrant Queen Elizabeth II Highway corridor.



Provincial Open Houses on Bill 6

Posted: 2015 November 24th

The provincial government has announced a series of Townhall sessions to hear input on Bill 6, the Enhanced Protection for Farm and Ranch Workers Act recently introduced.

Registration is limited at the townhall sessions. The session scheduled for Olds is set for Wednesday, Dec. 9 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Olds College.

Other dates in other parts of the province are also available. However, register as soon as possible to secure a seat.

For more information on Bill 6 and to fill out a survey please visit the provincial Farm and Ranch website at the following link.


Check out our videos on YouTube

Posted: 2015 November 23rd

We've Created a YouTube Channel and have posted a couple of Economic Development videos.

It's just a start, but we plan on adding more in the future.

Subscribe to our channel if you want to stay in touch with our video updates.

AAMDC Video on Rural Alberta

Posted: 2015 November 23rd

We'd like to share a video from the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties on Rural Alberta.

AAMDC YouTube Video

The County is a member of the AAMDC and Division 7 Councillor Al Kemmere is currently president of the organization.

Laneway Snowplowing Contacts

Posted: 2015 November 19th

Have a laneway that needs to be plowed?

We have a list of contacts that can help you out.

Fire Permits Update

Posted: 2015 November 9th

Mountain View County fire permit are not required between Oct. 31st and April 1st for controlled burns within the County, unless otherwise posted by Mountain View County.

Permits are also not required between these two dates for controlled burns in the Alberta Forest Protection Area (within Mountain View County) unless otherwise posted by Alberta Agriculture and Forestry.

Anyone burning is still required to contact fire dispatch at 1.877.507.7011 before starting any controlled burns. Calling fire dispatch could prevent the potential for being invoiced for any fire call-outs related to your burn.

Community Calendar At A Glance

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