Village of Andrew Municipal Services And Information for New Residents, Residents and Visitors - Welcome!

Minutes & Agendas
Planning Documents
FCSS Family & Community Support Services
Recycling Program

Subdivision Guide Feb 2019

Land Use Bylaw  2013-03

Water Drainage  Control Bylaw #2017-05

Village of Andrew Municipal

Development Plan Bylaw 2017-01

Lamont County and the Village of Andrew Intermunicipal Development Plan  Bylaw 2017-02

Lamont County and the Village of Andrew Intermunicipal Development Plan  Prepared 23 Aug 2019

Bylaws, Policies & Forms

The Andrew blue bag recycle program.

Residents are reminded to have your items on the front curb by 7:00 am every Tuesday.

 

What CAN I recycle?

  • Newsprint and heavy paper inside one blue bag.

  • Plastic and tin cans in another blue bag.

  • Collapsed and bundled corrugated cardboard (secured under the blue bag(s)/

 

Why BLUE BAGS Only? 

Blue Bags are made from a recyclable material whereas some types of other bags are not. In addition, the blue color is a visual flag for drivers, letting them know you have recyclables for pickup.

What should NOT go in blue bags?

• Plastic toys
• Bubble wrap / Plastic film
• Styrofoam
• Un-rinsed food containers
• Diapers

• Electronics or small appliances etc.

Where Can I Buy Blue Bags?

Blue Bags can be purchased at Walmart, Cosco, CanadianTire etc.

 

Service Providers
Emergency Services

In case of emergency,

ALWAYS dial 9-1-1

 

Make sure kids of all ages know how to use 9-1-1. Help your children learn their address and phone number at an early age.

 

When calling 9-1-1 from your mobile phone, provide the operator with the exact location of the incident, i.e. municipal address, county address (twp/range) or, in the event of a highway vehicle incident, as close an estimate that you can provide.

RCMP

Andrew is served by the Two Hills RCMP Detachment  Dial:  9-1-1

 

Ambulance Services

There is a Lakeland Ambulance with a base station in Andrew.  Dial:  9-1-1

FIRE

The Village of Andrew has a district fire department.  Dial: 9-1-1

HOSPITAL

Smoky Lake Hospital   (780) 656-3034

Lamont Health Center (780) 895-2211

The FCSS role in the community is to provide preventative social service programs that promote and facilitate the development of healthy families and individuals.

The Village of Andrew is now affiliated with Lamont County FCSS.

 

For more information and programs for Andrew and area contact: (780) 895-2233


 

Municipal Public Library

Andrew Municipal Public Library has joined with Northern Lights Library System (NLLS).  We hope to have the NNLS up and running this September/October

Why should I join?

  • Inspire a love of life-long learning

  • Support literacy,

  • Advance knowledge, encourage imaginative recreation

  • Strengthen our community

  • Access to a huge volumn of books, ebooks, magazines, DVD's and numerous online resources

 

Members of the public have access to three designated Public Library computers. There is no charge to access the computers.

Hours

September through to June
8:45 am to 3:45 pm

Tuesday and Thursday evenings year round
6:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Stop by the Andrew Municipal Public Library to inquire about programs for kids, youth and adults!

Contact Information

Address: 5021 – 50 Street, Village of Andrew Multiplex
Phone: 780-365-3501 ext. 225
Fax: 780-365-3734

Library Chair: Aleah Pepin email: aleahcp@gmail.com

Community Grants &
Donations

Electrical Power

ATCO Electric
6502 - 55 Avenue
Vegreville, Alberta, T0B 4L0
Tel:  780-632-2844

Natural Gas

ATCO Gas
10035-105 Street
Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2B6
Tel:  1-888-511-7550

Water

Village of Andrew

PH: 780 365-3687

FX: 780 365-2061

Internet Service

MCSNET

www.mcsnet.ca

Toll-free: 1-866-390-3928

Utilities Consumer Advocate

 

Visit the Utilities Consumer Advocate website to compare electricity and gas prices in your area, view historical rates, or get help resolving water and energy utility-related issues.

http://ucahelps.alberta.ca

http://ucahelps.alberta.ca/cost-comparison-tool.aspx

http://ucahelps.alberta.ca/historic-rates.aspx

http://ucahelps.alberta.ca/contact-a-mediation-officer.aspx

Landfill & Tree Dump

What Can I put In the Tree Dump?

  • Grass clippings  Tree/shrub branches, stumps etc. - Fall/Spring leaves/garden clean up

Please contact the office to picked up the key as the gate is locked. 

House hold garbage, furniture, appliance are prohibited.

For more information contact the Village Office Ph:  780 365-3687

St. Michael Landfill

 

Tuesday to Saturday from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Closed all statutory holidays

All haulers must unload and exit the facility prior to 4:30 PM.

The facility is closed Sundays, Mondays and all statutory holidays

All loads must be secured and tarped.

If you have any questions please contact the site at 780.702.9880