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©2013, Village of Bawlf, All Rights Reserved. | Administrative Office located at 203 Hanson Street. Mailing Address: Box 40, Bawlf, Alberta T0B 0J0

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Contact Dennis Johnson or 
Steve Haugen
Battle River Realty
Phone:(780) 672-7761
Fax:(780) 672-7764
Email us
Village of 
Monday- Wednesday
open 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 
Closed from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

phone: 780-373-3797
fax: 780-373-3798
email:  vilbawlf@syban.net
Population of 403, located 24 km east of Camrose, Alberta on Highway 13. 
Opportunities with the Village of Bawlf, click here to learn more!
Map of Bawlf
Civic addresses and corresponding Lot Block and Plan
Village Voice
Village of Bawlf's Monthly Newsletter
Moving to Bawlf?
Information about setting up services
This is the current listing of services provided by the Village of Bawlf.
This is the current listing of costs of services provided by the Village of Bawlf.
If you are planning any outdoor projects, please refer to the land use bylaw for guidelines and possible permit requirements.
Land Use Bylaw 526/04 (in full)
Moved-In Buildings
​Complaint Forms
Occurrence Report
Witness Form
Dog Complaint Witness Form
All complaints must have an Occurrence Report as well as either a Witness Form or a Dog Complaint Witness Form.

After Hours Emergency call:
(780) 608-4421
Full Time Office Assistant
Click here for job listing.
As of July 1, 2016 the new location for the 
Brush Burn Pile and Compost Area will be open!
The entrance road is east of the Ball Diamonds. 
(Sign posted on Railway East of Campground)
Please remember the Brush Burn Pile is for brush and tree trimmings only - no construction materials or household waste of any kind is permitted.
Also, please ensure that compost bags are 
emptied and disposed of in the garbage can provided.

​Residents are asked to please refrain from flushing anything besides human waste and toilet paper. Any other items flushed are plugging up the sewer pumps and causing serious damage requiring costly repairs.
This affects the budget allowed for repairs.