A Town Hall Meeting was held for residents of the Town of Vulcan on June 17, 2019 to discuss the 2017 Budget, Reserves, Debentures and Commercial Development and business Resource Policy. Click here to view the information provided.
If you notice a street light that is not working you are now able to go to FortisAlberta website and you can report the outage without having to place a call to Fortis. The website address is https://service.fortisalberta.com/streetlights
The Vulcan County Health Workers' Recruitment and Retention Committee has designed a new website to help recruit physicians as well as nurses and other health care professionals. The link is
The Vulcan and District Archives and Museum are expanding the present museum premises. The archives has expanded as well and needs to relocate to properly store original documents in archival files and boxes.
Please mail your donation to: Vulcan and District Historical Society, Box 104, Vulcan, Alberta T0L 2B0
Even Numbered Residences: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Odd Numbered Residences: Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
Tuesday: South of Centre Street
Wednesday: North of Centre Street
If you are buying an existing property....there's really nothing that has to be "hooked up". All you need to do is contact the Town Office and provide your possession date and correct billing information.
If you're a renter....you are not the billing customer. In Vulcan, the property owner remains the billing customer and is responsible to ensure that utility bills are paid.
Note: Electricity, gas and communication utilities are provided by the private sector.
Monday: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Friday: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
330 – 5th Avenue North
Full Services – Power, Water, Sewer
Public Washrooms and Showers not available this season
$210.00 – 7 nights; $875.00 – 30 nights
Tenting Not Available
By the Arena
Corner of Highway 534 & 1st Avenue South
Free for 1 – 3 nights - $15.00 per night
FILE AN INCIDENT REPORT ONLINE
Do you have an incident that needs to be reported to municipal enforcement? Citizens wishing to file complaints regarding municipal enforcement incidents can now do so on-line. Some examples of municipal enforcement incidents include animal complaints, dangerous icy side walks, traffic safety or driving violations and unsightly premises. Go to the Bylaws & Municipal Enforcement page for the link.
Mayor Tom Grant