Did you know we have a chiropractor that will take appointments in town?!
Dr. Bradley Basaraba is working out of the Lamont Hospital
call 780 466 7202 for times and to book an appointment
To All Dog Owners
Dog tags are mandatory in the Town of Lamont
Tags are due January 1st of each year
You are required to purchase dog tag(s) before 4:00 p.m. March 15/2018
$15.00 Spayed or Neutered (certificate required)
$25.00 not spayed or neutered
Please visit the Town Office
Lamont Figure Skating Club
Learn to Skate 5:45 – 6:30
Tuesdays and/or Thursdays
Like us on Facebook and/or check out our website: lamontfsc.uplifterinc.com
GUITAR & BASS LESSONS in LAMONT, starting January 8th
Weekly half-hour lessons, Mondays only
After-school and evenings
at the Lamont Lion’s Club building
All ages, beginner to advanced students
Instructor, Kevin Shirley, has been teaching with Community Music Initiatives for over 15 years. Kevin learned to play guitar at a young age and went on to graduate from Red Deer College’s guitar program. Kevin is a talented musician and a superb instructor; he is personable, patient, and happy to work with whatever genre students are interested in.
Please call 1-877-413-4810 (toll-free) for details and to book your lesson time for January.
Reminder that if you are on automatic withdrawal for your taxes any outstanding balance is due no later than December 31, 2017 to avoid a penalty. For your convenience you will be automatically renewed for 2018.
If you no longer wish to continue with the program or your banking information has changed you must contact the Town Office at 780-895-2010 as soon as possible.
If you are new and wish to join the program please contact the Town Office or drop in with your information and we would be happy to get you started.
Spray Park is now shut off for the season
It will be reopened in the spring as weather permits
We have updated our Park Sponsorship to make it more accessible to get a leaf on our Sponsorship Tree.
The Town of Lamont has passed the new Land Use Bylaw 06/17. The purpose of the bylaw is to establish development rules, regulations and standards to ensure clarity and continuity of regulations across the different land use districts in the community. This non-statutory document is the primary tool used to assess development proposals in the community. For more information see Development
When you and your pets are enjoying our Parks and green spaces, please remember to clean up after them.
We have Doggie stations throughout Hillside park attached to our refuse bins