Announcements

Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) is a unit of the Alberta Sheriffs that helps keep communities safe by dealing with problem properties that are being used for specific illegal activity such as:

drug trafficking

prostitution

child exploitation

gang-related crime

Reporting suspicious properties through SCAN:

improves community safety

empowers citizens

targets properties, not individuals

holds property owners accountable for activities on their properties

You can call to report a suspicious property - 1-866-960-7226, or report online at: www.scan.alberta.ca

The link below provides more information:

https://www.alberta.ca/report-suspicious-property.aspx


 




JP’s Country Daycare Ltd. in Daysland is hiring for the position for a Child Development Worker to join our Centre. 4 days a week, 7-8 hr. days. Minimum wage start. Email Resume, Current Vulnerable Sector Check and Child Welfare Check to jpcountrydaycare@gmail.com



Click here to see a list of Frequently Asked Questions from Alberta Health Services regarding the COVID-19. It has lots of links in it which are great references!

http://daysland.civicweb.net/Documents/DocumentDisplay.aspx?Id=11361



***NEW***

Pay by Credit Card with PaySimply!

We have partnered with ATB Financial and through their unique partnership with PaySimply, you can now pay your property taxes or utlities online, with your credit card, from wherever you are, within minutes. Credit card payments are completed safely and securely online through www.paysimply.ca. This secure third-party Canadian payment provider accepts Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. Please allow up to 3 days for processing. A convenience fee will apply to cover payment handling and processing charges. You can see an example of the fees here. 

For a step-by-step guide on how to pay your Daysland bill online via credit card click here. 


Find a copy of the 2019 Business Plan for the Town of Daysland here:

http://daysland.civicweb.net/Documents/DocumentDisplay.aspx?Id=10568


Have you checked out the Flagstaff Crafted website: https://flagstaffcrafted.ca/ ? As well, they have created a 30 second promotional video that can be found here: https://youtu.be/bE7llimwtyA.

Flagstaff Crafted is a program and platform run by Flagstaff County that enhances the exposure of local makers, artisans and retailers of local products.