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The Village of Holden has a monthly newsletter called the "Holden Times". It is available free of charge through the mail, at the Village office, and at some local businesses.

A copy of the current Holden Times is below, in Portable Document Format (.pdf). Click on the link to open (it may take a few minutes).

September Holden Times (PDF icon HoldenTimes-6-9-September-2019.pdf)
Posted: Tuesday June 20, 2017
Village of Holden Council passed the 2017 Budget at their June 19th regular meeting. Total Assessment has increased, therefore the Mill Rate decreased. Due to an overall correction and adjustments in...
Posted: Tuesday June 6, 2017
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Posted: Monday May 15, 2017
Greetings from Theatre Alberta, My name is Jake Tkaczyk and I am Theatre Alberta’s Programs Associate.  I want to let you know about Theatre Alberta’s Artstrek program....
Posted: Thursday April 20, 2017
Financial Statements for 2016 are now available on line or can be picked up at the Village office during business hours.
Posted: Tuesday April 18, 2017
Council passed first reading of the Public Behaviour Bylaw at the April 18/17 regular meeting and second reading in May. Council has received mixed reaction from the public to the concept of the...
Posted: Monday April 3, 2017
Alberta has a new Energy Savings Program. Energy Efficiency Alberta’s trained installers will be in the field starting this April. You can sign up now to have energy efficient product upgrades...
Posted: Tuesday January 3, 2017
All dogs over 6 months of age require a license in Holden. Under Animal Control Bylaw, No. 6-2014, the License Fee for dogs is: $15 for first-time registration and tag Annual tag renewal is $15, if...
Posted: Wednesday June 1, 2016
Regional opportunities for employment include Beaver Municipal Solutions and Beaver County For up to date information please visit: http://www.beaver.ab...
Posted: Tuesday May 31, 2016
Posted: Monday March 7, 2016