Thank You Sponsors!
Lamont County would like to take the opportunity to express our sincere thanks to all the sponsors of the 2017 Lamont County Reeve's Golf Tournament! GOLD Brandt Alberta Midland Rail Terminal SILVER Pembina BRONZE Sil Industrial Minerals Brownlee LLP North West Redwater Partnership HOLE SPONSORS ATCO Accurate Assessment Killick Leadership Group Pembina Pipelines Lamont County Housing Foundation Town of Mundare Town of Bruderheim
Heartland 101 - Planning A Transportation Network
The first ring road in Alberta was completed in the fall of 2016. The planning for this ring road – the Anthony Henday – started back in the 1970s. Many commuters who use the Henday may not know that the concept for this major piece of infrastructure pre-dated the GPS, internet, and iPhone they use to navigate it today. Planning Takes Time From concept to completion, it might take 20 to 35 years or more for a major piece of transportation infrastructure. This timeline can vary...
Industrial Heartland Area Structure Plan Public Meeting
PUBLIC MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT LAMONT COUNTY – ALBERTA’S INDUSTRIAL HEARTLAND AREA STRUCTURE PLAN (ASP) UPDATE Date: Thursday, June 29, 2017 Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Location: Lamont Meeting Room, Lamont Arena, 4844 - 48 Avenue, Lamont JOIN US FOR PUBLIC MEETING 3! This meeting will include a presentation at 6:00 PM to outline the draft preferred concept for the revised Area Structure Plan (ASP). You will also have an opportunity to provide feedback and questions...
Lamont County Reeve's Golf Tournament
On Thursday, August 3, 2017, Lamont County will be hosting its fourth annual Reeve’s Golf Tournament at the championship-designed Whitetail Crossing Golf Course in Mundare. The day-long event is an excellent opportunity to engage and network, to develop deeper relationships between Lamont County and industry, while united in a great cause: raising funds for the Lamont County Housing Foundation. Our low registration fees guarantee that we remain one of the best golf tournaments in the...
New Executive Director for Alberta's Industrial Heartland
Alberta’s Industrial Heartland (April 24, 2017) – As Alberta’s Industrial Heartland grows into a global leader in energy processing, a new Executive Director will guide the activities of the municipal partnership. Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association (AIHA) welcomes Mark Plamondon as the Executive Director starting May 1. “This is a very exciting opportunity to help build upon the success achieved by Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association since...
Heartland 101 - Heartland Gears Up for Turn-Around Season
Warmer temperatures naturally spark spring fever. With that, comes plans of clean up, maintenance, new projects, and outside activities. Facilities in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland also take advantage of spring weather. For many companies, spring signals the start of turnaround season and the continuation of construction projects. Maintenance is a must Just like your vehicle and home, industrial facilities require regular maintenance to keep them operating safely and efficiently. ...
Heartland 101 - Renewing Industrial Operating Approvals
Flipping through your local newspaper, you may notice ads from time to time about industrial companies renewing an Operating Approval. Just like the renewal of a driver’s license and passport at set intervals, most industrial facilities must renew their Operating Approval every ten years. The need for Operating Approvals Most facilities operating in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland need an approval to construct, operate and ultimately reclaim their site. This is required...
- Thank You Sponsors!
- Heartland 101 - Planning A Transportation Network
- Industrial Heartland Area Structure Plan Public Meeting
- Lamont County Reeve's Golf Tournament
- New Executive Director for Alberta's Industrial Heartland
- Heartland 101 - Heartland Gears Up for Turn-Around Season
- Heartland 101 - Renewing Industrial Operating Approvals
- Landowner Oil & Gas Information Workshop
- Industrial Heartland Area Structure Plan Update