©2013, Village of Bawlf, All Rights Reserved. | Administrative Office located at 203 Hanson Street. Mailing Address: Box 40, Bawlf, Alberta T0B 0J0
Open 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Population of 422, located 24 km east of Camrose, Alberta on Highway 13.
Opportunities with the Village of Bawlf, click here to learn more!
Civic addresses and corresponding Lot Block and Plan
Village of Bawlf's Monthly Newsletter
Information about setting up services
Final Village Lot Sold!!
Contact Dennis Johnson or
Battle River Realty
After Hours Water/Sewer ONLY Emergency call:
NOTICE: THE BRUSH BURN PILE AND COMPOST AREA WILL BE TEMPORARILY CLOSED EFFECTIVE JUNE 29, 2018 DUE TO THE LOCATION BEING LOCATED ADJACENT TO A WETLAND. IN A RECENT WETLAND ASSESSMENT, IT WAS DETERMINED THAT THE VILLAGE MAY BE IN CONTRAVENTION WITH ALBERTA ENVIRONMENT IN A FEW AREAS.
PLEASE UTILIZE KELSEY TRANSFER SITE AND/OR CAMROSE FOR YOUR DISPOSAL OF SUCH ITEMS.
UPDATES WILL BE ISSUED WHEN AVAILABLE.
A Few Reminders:
From Bylaw 563/08 Watering Lawns
That the residents of the Village of Bawlf be restricted to watering their lawns between the hours of 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Taken from the Land Use Bylaw 623
PROHIBITED OBJECTS IN YARDS
10.1 In a residential district, no person shall keep a vehicle weighing greater than 4500 kg for longer than is reasonably necessary to unload the vehicle.
10.2 Despite section 10.1, a motor home or other recreational vehicle may be stored on a lot.
10.3 In a residential district, no person shall keep visible any wrecked or partially dismantled vehicle, or any other object which in the opinion of the Development Authority is unsightly or offensive.
10.4 Radio and TV receiving dishes, antennas, and aerials, larger than 1 metre in diameter, shall not be located in a front yard of a residential district.
10.5 Garbage shall be contained in weatherproof and animal-proof containers.
New Viability Review Petition Request
Click HERE to view letter from Alberta Municipal Affairs. Click HERE to view first screening letter from Alberta Municipal Affairs.
The Second volume
of the Bawlf and District
History book is underway.
Click HERE for order form
Good Luck to the BAWLF SENIORS
attending the 2018 Canada Games in New Brunswick.
Dennis and Dianne Hartman, Kathleen Tennant and Roger Olson are headed to New Brunswick to compete in Floor Shuffleboard at the Canada Senior Games. Dennis and Dianne are competing in the 70+ category and Roger and Kathleen in the 55+ category. They qualified for this berth at the Provincial Senior Games in High Prairie last fall where both teams won medals.