Copy
View this email in your browser

Coming soon: Speed limit reduction on Chestermere Blvd.

Permanent signage will soon be installed indicating a speed limit reduction from 80 km/h to 60 km/h on Chestermere Boulevard from Invermere Drive to Range Road 284.
 
“This summer, Council requested that City Staff examine how to enhance road safety on Chestermere Boulevard,” said Sgt. Trever Bowman with Chestermere Municipal Enforcement. “After a traffic safety review was presented to Council, the decision was made to reduce the speed limit in this area in the interest of pedestrian and commuter safety, and in preparation for the planned future growth of the City and increased traffic volume on the Boulevard.”
 
The traffic safety review was completed in collaboration with Alberta Transportation, Chestermere Municipal Enforcement and RCMP Officers, and staff from the City’s Planning, Development and Roads departments.
 
The review provided an analysis of pedestrian and cyclist use of the roadway as well as data on the total number of speed violations and traffic collisions over the last 4-5 years.

Read more

Register your security camera location with Chestermere RCMP

The Chestermere CAPTURE (Community Assisted Policing Through Use of Recorded Evidence) program is a voluntary camera registry that records the locations of security cameras in Chestermere.

By providing Chestermere RCMP with the location of your home or business security camera, you could be helping to shorten the required time for investigations and providing key information to help hold people responsible for committing crimes.

About the CAPTURE Program:

  • If you register, RCMP do not have access to your cameras. The registry provides RCMP with a list of cameras only and they will ask users for permission to view footage if there has been a crime in the area
     
  • Joining the registry does not mean you are obligated to give access or share your footage. By registering, you are only providing the location of your camera
     
  • This registry information and camera locations are not shared publicly – this information is only accessible by the Chestermere RCMP
     
  • You can withdraw your information at any time.

 
Learn more and register at https://www.chestermerecapture.ca/faq

2021 Municipal Election Candidate List Finalized

Nominations for the 2021 City of Chestermere Municipal Election closed at noon on September 20. Here are the candidates running for office:

Candidates Running for Mayor:

  • Colvin, Jeff 
  • Young, Michelle 

Candidates Running for Councillor:

  • Dean, Shannon 
  • Dunn, Laurie 
  • Foat, Mel 
  • Funk, Blaine 
  • Grant, Murray 
  • Hanley, Stephen 
  • Johal-Watt, Sandy (Sandeep)
  • Kardash, Anna 
  • Lal, Satish 
  • Matheson, Morgan
  • McOuat, Cyndie 
  • Narayan, Ritesh Dalip 
  • Obhrai, Neena 
  • Sandboe, Janelle 

Voting will take place on October 3rd, October 4th, October 13th, October 16th, and October 18th at the Chestermere Recreation Centre from 8am to 8pm each day. 

Please note that a Provincial referendum and Senate election will be happening at the same time. Information and instructions about the Senate Election and Provincial Referendum are available here

More information about the candidates, voting process and required voter ID can be found at www.chestermere.ca/election.

 

Quick Links

Chestermere ‘Women in Leadership’ feature magazine now available
Chestermere Blvd. & West Chestermere Drive Road Paving Oct. 3 – 7
Register for our Virtual Fireside Chat on October 27!

Events

Council Meetings

Connect with Us

     City of Chestermere
     105 Marina Road
     Chestermere, AB T1X 1V7 
     (403) 207-7050 
     8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
YouTube
LinkedIn
Website
Copyright © 2021 City of Chestermere, All rights reserved.


Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp