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$200,000 in grants available to community social support programs

Charities and not-for-profit organizations serving Chestermere are eligible for funding 

Chestermere’s Human Services Advisory Board (HSAB) will soon be awarding up to $200,000 in grants to social service programs that target the most critical needs in our community and will make a significant difference in the lives of Chestermere residents.

A streamlined application process is available to encourage local not-for-profit and registered charity organizations to seek this grant funding through Chestermere Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) and the United Way/Chestermere Partnership.

Proposals are welcome until Wednesday, September 30 and the proposal information package is available on the City’s website. Applicants may also request the proposal documents via e-mail to csinfo@chestermere.ca.

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Chestermere Peace Officers catch impaired driver on West Chestermere Drive

On the morning of Sunday August 23 at 11:30 a.m., Chestermere Peace Officers were conducting traffic enforcement in the area of West Chestermere Drive. While patrolling the area, an officer observed a vehicle traveling more than 20 km/h over the limit in the 200 block of West Chestermere Drive.

A traffic stop was initiated and upon further investigation by Chestermere Peace Officers, the RCMP were requested to attend the location. A 22-year-old male from the Calgary area was subsequently arrested for impaired operation of a motor vehicle.  The driver was later released to appear in Strathmore Provincial court at a later date.

Chestermere’s Peace Officers continue to fulfill a very important role in preventing traffic related injuries, while working closely with Chestermere’s RCMP to enhance road safety in the city.

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Swimming Advisory Lifted for Chestermere Lake

The water advisory and swimming prohibition has been lifted for all of Chestermere Lake. 

“Repeated tests results have shown an improvement in the water quality at these beaches,” says Chief Administrative Officer Bernie Morton. “After consultation with Alberta Health Services, we can safely open these beaches and park areas for the enjoyment of the public.”

The City thanks residents and visitors to the lake for their understanding and patience as these precautions were taken in the interest of public safety.

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