Welcome to Lamont
Lamont Sunrise
Hall Lobby
The Lamont Town Clock

Sand boxes are located at
Campbell Water Reservoir, Price Automotive and Public Works Shop along 47 Ave. for resident use.

 Please remember to remove your waste totes from roadway after collection.
Totes cannot be stored on properties front yard. 
Pushing or plowing of snow by Town residents on any boulevard, greenbelt or Town property is strictly prohibited as well as using a boulevard or greenbelt to exit onto a highway or roadway.

Shinny Friday Feb 24, 2017 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Public Skate Sunday Feb 26, 2017 from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
All events free


Town of Lamont offers Automatic Withdrawal for taxes for your convenience, for more information please call the Town Office at 780-895-2010.

2017 Dogs Tags are due January 1, 2017

Can you Spot the Difference?

Driving drunk or high is driving impaired. Whether you’re caught driving drunk or high, you will face the same consequences.

Impaired Driving Facts

In 2015, nearly half of all 24 hour licence suspensions in Alberta were due to drug impairment.
Across Canada, the Traffic Injury Research Foundation found that 40 per cent of drivers who died during 2012 tested positive for drugs.
A study by the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, reports that cannabis creates performance deficits in many skills required to drive safely, such as tracking, reaction time, and concentration.

Studies of driving performance (both simulated and on-road) show increased likelihood to swerve, following distance, and speed as a function of cannabis use. Alberta is slightly above the national average for drugged driving at 41 per cent. 82 drivers killed in collisions during 2012 tested positive for drugs.

There is a common misunderstanding that driving after using cannabis is safer than driving after consuming alcohol.
Another misconception is about the police’s ability to detect impairment for drug use. Our goal is to debunk the myths around drug impaired driving.

Consequences of Drug Impaired Driving

Driving while impaired by drugs and refusing to comply with a demand for physical sobriety tests or to provide bodily fluid samples is a criminal offence.

Drivers who are pulled over on suspicion of drug impairment may be asked to complete a Standardized Field Sobriety Test, which checks for divided attention impairment. This test gives an officer reasonable and probable grounds to then ask for a drug recognition investigation.
For more information please contact your local police department or your Regional Traffic Safety Consultant Becky Oxton at 780-554-7218 or becky.oxton@gov.ab.ca

Lamont Parks Planning Committee is looking for volunteers to help plan and design our parks.
If you like getting involved and have an eye for design

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