Town of Sedgewick
P.O. Box 129
4818 47 Street
Sedgewick, AB T0B 4C0
Fax: (780) 384-3545
Hours of Operations
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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Town of Sedgewick
We are an Engaging, Dynamic Community Welcoming Families and Business
- 11 Km East of Town of Killam
- 11 km west of Village of Lougheed
- 32 km west of Town of Hardisty
- 83 km east of City of Camrose
- 89 km South west from Wainwright
- 137 km west of the Saskatchewan border
- 157 km south-east of Edmonton International Airport
- 206 Km south-east of City of Edmonton
52° 46"21”N Latitude, 111° 41’49"W Longitude. Elevation: 670 m (2,198')
Town of Sedgewick
Unofficial By-Election Results
Erik Skoberg ~ 80
Aleska Johnson ~ 14
2014 ASSESSMENT & TAXATION NOTICES
TOWN OF Sedgewick,
In the Province of Alberta
Notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of Section 311 of the Municipal Government Act, Statutes of Alberta 2000, Chapter M-26. The Town of Sedgewick has mailed combined Assessment and Taxation Notices to all persons appearing on the Assessment Roll as of May 30, 2014. Any person who desires to object to the entry of his/her name or that of any other person upon the said roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property must, lodge his/her complaint(s) in writing on a form available online or at the Town Office and submit to the Clerk of the Inter-municipal Assessment Review Board on or before July 30, 2014. A fee of $50.00 is required for each residential 3 or fewer dwellings and farmland, $650 for residential 4 or more dwellings and non-residential assessment appeals. The fee is refundable if the Inter-Municipal Assessment Review Board makes a decision in favor of the complainant, pursuant to Section 481(2) of the Municipal Government Act. Assessment complaints, with applicable fee, can be forwarded to the Clerk of the Inter-Municipal Review Board c/o Town of Sedgewick, Box 129, Sedgewick, AB T0B 4C0. All assessed persons are deemed to have received their notice as a result of this publication.
Chief Administrative Office
The Town of Sedgewick population of 857 is located in East Central Alberta, along Highway 13 and Secondary Highway 869. Sedgewick is primarily a farming community, with mixed crops and the oil industry is very active in the area.
Sedgewick offers a wide variety of activities for young and old alike:
- Lake: Its very own lake park with beach, handicap accessible playground, wading pool, 35 regular campsites + 13 Long term sites and a group site for 12 and various amenities.
- Golf: 9 hole grass green golf course and licensed clubhouse.
- Rodeo: Annual outdoor Rodeo in August.
- Baseball - tournaments hosted on 4 ball diamonds.
- Bowling – 4 lanes - Youth, Mixed, Ladies, Senior Leagues
- Skating & Hockey: For all ages at our Arena.
- Curling: Curling rink with 4 sheets of ice, annual bonspiels, curling lounge.
- Youth Centre - Nights Alive Centre is open for teens 14 - 17 years old.
- Seniors are very active with cards and floor curling
- Public Library
- Community Hall that hosts various evenings of Entertainment (capacity of 250).
- Royal Canadian Legion Branch # 55 (Capcity of 200)
- Sedgewick Lions Club
- Sedgewick Historical Society
The business community is pleased to offer every service or goods you may require. There is a variety of businesses ranging from automotive service to restaurants and accommodations, groceries, health and beauty aids and medical assistance provide your everyday needs.
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