1. utility rate drop

    Council slashes local utility rates by 8%

    Posted July 16, 2019

    At their meeting earlier today, City Council made major changes to local City of Chestermere utility rates. “On behalf of City Council, I am very pleased to announce an 8% utility rate reduction for our community... Read on...
  2. signing event

    Working together for the growth of Chestermere

    Posted July 9, 2019

    Earlier today, developers Qualico Communities and Anthem United came together in a brand new front-ending agreement with the City of Chestermere.
    “As one of the fastest growing communities in Canada... Read on...
  3. banner

    Streetscapes Committee unveils new summer banners

    Posted June 27, 2019

    Earlier this summer, the Streetscapes Committee unveiled new streetlight banners along Chestermere’s main roads. Committee members Bea Germain and Louise Lougheed spearheaded the project and are pleased... Read on...
  4. Unsightly properties infographic

    Reminder to residents and property owners to maintain yards and lawns

    Posted June 26, 2019

    Chestermere can be counted among one of the most beautiful cities in Canada! To keep it that way, Community Peace Officers are reminding residents and property owners that yards and lawns need to be maintained... Read on...
  5. Chestermere Diversity and Inclusion policy

    City Council adopts new policies and proclamations to celebrate diversity and inclusion

    Posted June 20, 2019

    “Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance.” In that spirit, Chestermere’s City Council made strides to ‘host the party’ this week by adopting some new inclusivity legislation... Read on...
  6. Copy of CUI News and Update

    The end of CUI as we know it

    Posted June 18, 2019

    Tonight, Chestermere’s City Council took back control of utility services. By choosing to bring utility services in house, they are expecting a utility rate reduction of up to 8%... Read on...
  7. Commissioner for oaths service to be discontinued

    City to discontinue Commissioner for Oaths services

    Posted June 13, 2019

    In order to increase service levels to support more frequent customer inquiries, the City will be discontinuing its Commissioner for Oaths service as of September 1, 2019. Read on...
  8. Copy of CUI Update (1)

    Options for in-sourcing and out-sourcing utility services and rate reductions presented to Council

    Posted June 11, 2019

    Tonight, Chestermere’s City Council will consider public input on a proposal to insource or outsource utility services and cut utility rates by up to 8 percent. “After months of hard work and detailed analysis..." Read on...
  9. June Mayors Message

    June Mayor's Message: Safety, Celebrations and CUI

    Posted June 4, 2019

    June is a time of celebration in Chestermere! We are kicking off the month by celebrating Seniors Week (June 3-8) and our local seniors’ countless contributions to our community... Read on...
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